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Poster designed by Marc Rudin published by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) circa 1988. (Source- Palestine Poster Project Archives)

A guide to principled anti-Zionism

An optimal anti-Zionism supersedes Palestine’s geography. It likewise transcends ethnocentric interests. Anti-Zionism is a politics and a discourse, sometimes a vocation, but at its best it is also a sensibility, one attuned to disorder and upheaval. It is a commitment to unimaginable possibilities—that is, to realizing what arbiters of common sense like to call “impossible.”

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Ahed Tamimi as Wonder Woman

A plea for Ahed Tamimi’s protection

The Irish artist Jim Fitzpatrick of Che Guevara black and red portrait fame has done it again: He has painted a minimalist poster of another iconic leader of her people and of a worldwide liberation movement, this time of an oppressed child who had slapped power with her bare truth. When I read his rationale […]

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Images of Cherokees, a tribe ethnically cleansed in the 1830s, from the North Carolina Trail of Tears Association

What’s wrong with colonialism?

I remember many years ago sitting through a seminar at Macquarie University in Sydney during my Honours studies in Politics. That particular seminar focused on Western colonialism in the South Pacific, and modern Western imperialism in general. I remember one thing vividly from that class that remained etched into my mind. It was a question […]

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