Dr Martin Luther King interview 08/28/2007

While on a visit to Israel, Dr Martin Luther King gave an interview to Israel's public broadcaster IBA centering around his father's legacy, racism, Barak Obama's presidential race and prospects for peace in the Middle East.
In the last sentence which was unintentionally cut out, Dr King says he has to believe in some sort of divine intervention which will bring an end to the conflict in the region.
The interview includes archival materials

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