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Imperialism, Globalization, and War

A security officer inspects a damaged car after a bomb explosion which targeted a former Kadhafi regime officer, in Benghazi, on November 7, 2012. A car bomb exploded in Libya's second city of Benghazi late November 7, wounding an officer who had served in the regime of slain leader Moamer Kadhafi, a local security official told AFP. Hussam al-Raaid, a former officer of the toppled regime's reviled internal security services, was wounded when his booby-trapped vehicle exploded outside his house, the official said on condition of anonymity. AFP PHOTO / Abdullah Douma

Libya is being torn apart by outsiders

Ghassan Salamé is the head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya. He took over this job in 2017, six years after the catastrophic NATO war on Libya. What Salamé inherited was a country torn into shreds, two governments in place—one in Tripoli and one in Tobruk—and one civil war that had too many […]

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Yoav Litvin (left) and Tau Battice (right)

Anti-Colonialism and anti-Semitism in Harlem

The strong anti-colonial, anti-Zionist sentiment within the African-American community renders it impossible for organizations such as the Anti-Defamation-League (ADL) to assess its anti-Semitism accurately, as they conflate Judaism with Zionism and Israel, and anti-Zionism with anti-Semitism.

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Auschwitz, the BBC and antisemitism smears

Auschwitz, the BBC and antisemitism smears

Guerin had dared, unlike any of her colleagues in the western media, to allude to the terrible price inflicted on the Palestinian people by the west’s decision to help the Zionist movement create a Jewish state shortly after the Holocaust. The Palestinians were dispossessed of their homeland as apparent compensation–at least for those Jews who […]

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Santu Mofokeng, Eyes Wide Shut, Motouleng Cave, Clarens – Free State, 2004.

I will hold you in my arms a day after the war

On Monday, 27 January, the South African photographer Santu Mofokeng slipped away. His camera had been a familiar presence in the anti-apartheid struggle; after years of photographing police violence and popular resistance, he tired of making ‘images bespeaking gloom, monotony, anguish, struggle, [and] oppression’, he wrote in 1993.

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Palestinian demonstrators burn tyres during a protest against US President Donald Trump's Century Deal "expected peace plan" in Khan Yunis in the southern of Gaza Strip January 28, 2020. Donald Trump has launched his ìultimate dealî for Middle East peace, saying his detailed 80-page plan would be a ìrealistic two-state solutionî that had already been agreed to by Israel. Photo by Ashraf Amra

Palestinians around the world reject Trump’s ‘fraud of the century’

Palestinians have responded to US President Donald Trump’s peace plan with a resounding “no,” expressing their frustrations with what they have dubbed as the “fraud of the century.” From social media to the streets, Palestinians in the occupied territory and in the diaspora have rejected Trump’s vision for the region, criticizing the plan for granting […]

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