#Nakba74 Day of Palestinian Struggle: Palestine Resists for Victory, Liberation and Return!

From Samidoun, May 14, 2022 As we commemorate 74 years of ongoing Nakba targeting the Palestinian people, inside all of occupied Palestine and everywhere in exile and diaspora, we also recall and celebrate 74 years of ongoing Palestinian resistance, revolution and struggle to liberate Palestine and confront imperialism, Zionism and reaction. In homes, community centers and the streets of cities,[…]

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In Palestine, to Stand With the Truth Makes You a Target

by  Ahmed Abu Artima, published on Mondoweiss, May 12, 2022 On Wednesday May 11th, 2022, Israeli occupation forces killed veteran Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh in Jenin Camp while she was reporting on an Israeli aggression there.  Journalist Shatha Hanaysha who was with Abu Akleh when she was shot shared what she saw:  “We were a group of journalists all[…]

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Israeli High Court Greenlights Forcible Expulsion of More than 1,000 Palestinians in Masafer Yatta

by Yumna Patel, published on Mondoweiss, May 6, 2022 This issue is getting a lot of interest but we cannot forget that Palestinians lost more than 50% of their original country at the time of the Nakba due to Israeli aggression; Palestinians are losing their homes all over the west bank so settlers can occupy areas they want; Palestinians in[…]

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The OAS or the “Ministry of Colonies”

by Jemima Pierre, published on Black Agenda Report, April 27, 2022 In the wake of the expulsion of the Organization of the American States from Nicaragua, we need to revisit one of its major crime scenes: Haiti. On April 24, 2022, Nicaragua’s Sandinista government officially booted the Organization of American States (OAS) out of their country. Foreign minister Denis Moncada[…]

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Israel And 75 Years of Land Theft in Palestine

by Makram Khoury-Machool, published on Al-Mayadeen, November 19, 2021 In this article, the continuous history of land theft by Israel from the indigenous Palestinian population over the long years is laid out by a Palestinian from a leading family of Orthodox Priests in Jerusalem, now living in exile in London. If this reality disturbs you, please encourage your organization to[…]

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A Union Worker’s Perspective From Puerto Rico

by Walberto Rolón, published on Workers World, November 12, 2021 I began lineman training in 1989 – a chance that for many of Puerto Rico’s youth is nigh impossible unless you are favored by some political faction. [Puerto Rico’s main union for electrical workers is UTIER, the Unión de Trabajadores de la Industria Eléctrica y Riego (Electrical Industry and Irrigation[…]

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Climate Diplomacy Must Take Africa Into Account

by Howard W. French, published on World Politics Review, November 10, 2021 The standard, “flirting with apocalypse” narrative that dominates U.S. media coverage and political debates regarding climate change goes something like this: China, which is the world’s biggest carbon emitter, and India, which is lightly industrialized and still quite substantially poor, currently represent the biggest threats to saving the[…]

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Defend the Cuban Revolution and Struggle for More Socialism Not Less

by Ajamu Baraka, published on Black Agenda Report, July 15, 2021 Millions have turned away from the illusions and corruption of capitalism toward the possibility of organizing a society informed by the values of cooperation, equality, community, peace, and life. “Capitalism transforms water into a commodity, food into a luxury, education into an impossibility and basic healthcare into a distant[…]

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