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October 21, 2000 | MARY CURTIUS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Until Arab Israeli protests erupted across the nation three weeks ago, Radio 2000, the first Arab-owned radio station licensed to broadcast inside Israel, was a dismal failure. Mismanaged and deep in debt, the easy-listening Arabic music station had few listeners and gloomy prospects for survival. But when thousands of Arab Israelis took to the streets in solidarity with Palestinian protesters in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Radio 2000 became the voice of the Arabs.
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October 21, 2000 | MARY CURTIUS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Until Arab Israeli protests erupted across the nation three weeks ago, Radio 2000, the first Arab-owned radio station licensed to broadcast inside Israel, was a dismal failure. Mismanaged and deep in debt, the easy-listening Arabic music station had few listeners and gloomy prospects for survival. But when thousands of Arab Israelis took to the streets in solidarity with Palestinian protesters in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Radio 2000 became the voice of the Arabs.
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