60 Minutes: Season 36, Episode 32

The New French Revolution/The Image War/Domingo (16 May 2004)

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"The New French Revolution" investigates how Muslim women in France are beginning to fight back against horrid treatment in the rough ethnic ghettos of Paris. "The Image War" takes an ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lesley Stahl ...
Herself - Host
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Herself - Correspondent (segment "The New French Revolution")
Samira Bellil ...
Herself - Author & Activist (segment "The New French Revolution")
Abubacar ...
Himself - Rapper (segment "The New French Revolution")
Nadir Dou Dane ...
Himself - Youth Counselor (segment "The New French Revolution")
Sonya ...
Herself - Daughter of Tunisia Immigrants (segment "The New French Revolution")
Zier Karadush ...
Himself - France's Commission for Integration (segment "The New French Revolution")
Kahina Benziane ...
Herself - Sister of Sohane Benziane (segment "The New French Revolution")
Ed Bradley ...
Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Image War")
Mouafac Harb ...
Himself - News Director, Alhurra (segment "The Image War")
Efrem Kosaifi ...
Himself - News Anchor, Alhurra (segment "The Image War")
Dalia Ahmed ...
Herself - Alhurra Employee (segment "The Image War")
Norm Pattiz ...
Himself - Broadcasting Executive (segment "The Image War")
Rami Khouri ...
Himself - Executive Editor, The Daily Star (segment "The Image War")
Ken Tomlinson ...
Himself - Chairman, Broadcast Board of Governors (segment "The Image War")
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"The New French Revolution" investigates how Muslim women in France are beginning to fight back against horrid treatment in the rough ethnic ghettos of Paris. "The Image War" takes an inside look at Alhurrah the Arab-language television news channel funded by the United States. "Domingo" interviews operate great Placido Domingo who is taking effort to nurture young opera talent. "Andy Rooney" talks about how college professors should be advising politicians. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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