Voice of Palestine

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The Voice of Palestine (Arabic: صوت فلسطين‎) is a radio station based in Ramallah. It is a subsidiary of the Palestinian Broadcasting Corporation,[1] under the control of the Palestinian Authority. The station was originally known as the Voice of Palestinian Revolution before the 1993 Oslo Accords,[1] and was launched on 17 October 1998. The first experimental transmissions included music programs, songs and news bulletins in addition to health, culture, and sports programs.

On the 12th of October 2000 - shortly after the outbreak of the Second Intifada - successive Israeli Air Force raids stopped transmission of the Voice of Palestine destroying the technical equipment used for Transmission. Currently the Radio Service Broadcasts on the shortwave (AM).[2]

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