Interviews with Sara Flounders


Interviews with Sara Flounders

Sara Flounders speaks about the Ukraine

by on April 22, 2014

Sara Flounders speaks about the Ukraine

April 19, 2014

The accompanying slideshow on the history of the crisis in Ukraine is available at

Sara Flounders exclusive interview on Venezuela

by on February 26, 2014

RT interview with Sara Flounders
February 26, 2014

Sara Flounders discusses U.S. intervention in Venezuela

EYEWITNESS SYRIA: US Anti-War Delegation Visits Human Shield Encampment In Syria

by on September 19, 2013
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A delegation of anti-war and human rights activists from the United States is in Syria on a fact-finding trip. Sara Flounders of the International Action Center and the United National Anti-War Coalition joins journalist Oagrit Dandash to give an audio report featuring an on-air meeting with members of “Over Our Dead Bodies” – the youth encampment that has gathered on Mount Qassioun in Damascus to serve as a human shield against an American attack.

PressTV: Egypt army seeks to secure ties with US, Israel

by on August 25, 2013
August 22, 2013

Egypt army seeks to secure ties with US, Israel: Analyst

The Egyptian military seeks to push back the country into its pre-revolution era in an attempt to safeguard Cairo’s ties with Israel and the US, a political analyst tells Press TV.

In a Thursday interview, Sara Flounders slammed the Egyptian military’s role in suppressing the public demands in the country, saying, “This is very much an all-out effort by the Egyptian military to drag, forcibly drag, Egypt back to pre-February 2011.”

“They want to be sure that the Camp David Accords are enforced. They want to ensure that relations with Israel and with the US are secure,” she pointed out.

Egypt has been experiencing unrelenting violence since July 3, when the army toppled Mohamed Morsi, the first democratically elected Egyptian head of state, and suspended the constitution and dissolved the parliament.

The army also appointed the head of the Supreme Constitutional Court, Adly Mahmoud Mansour, as the new interim president.

Since July 3, thousands of supporters of ousted Egyptian president have staged nationwide rallies to demand Morsi’s reinstatement.

On August 14, the interim government launched a brutal crackdown on thousands of peaceful pro-Morsi protesters in Cairo.

The crackdown triggered a wave of violence in the country. Almost 900 people, including nearly 100 soldiers and police, have died in the country since then.

RT Interview with Sara Flounders on Abu Ghraib prison break in Iraq

by on July 23, 2013
Monday July 22, 2013

US war is source of sectarian violence, continuing instability, and growing threat of civil war in both Iraq and Syria today