Stop the Wars at Home and Abroad!

The Distortion of Campus Protests Over Gaza

How the Right Has Weaponized Antisemitism to Distract from Israel’s War by Helen Benedict, published on Tom Dispatch, May 2, 2024 Helicopters have been throbbing overhead for days now. Nights, too. Police are swarming the streets of Broadway, many in riot gear. Police vans, some as big as a city bus, are lined up along side streets and Broadway. Outside[…]

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How Hamas Changed the World

by Paul Larudee, published on Substack, May 4, 2024 In a June, 2023 article, The Fall of the West, I named 2023 as the end date of a half millennium of Western domination of world power. Although neither the start nor the end of the era can be entirely discrete, the key indicator for that year was the failure of[…]

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Campus Revolts Inspire Anti-Imperialist Solidarity

by Monica Moorehead, published on Workers World, April 30, 2023 Faced with the ongoing U.S.-backed Israeli genocide in occupied Gaza that has claimed the lives of 34,454 civilians, with 77,575 people injured as of April 28, according to Gaza’s Palestinian Ministry of Health, and caused the displacement of over 1 million people, the solidarity with Palestine is evolving into a[…]

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Nicaragua Acts To Stop Genocide And Strengthen International Law

by Margaret Flowers, published on Popular Resistance, April 27, 2024 NOTE: This is an edited transcript of an interview with Nicaraguan Ambassador Carlos Arguello Gomez about Nicaragua’s efforts to stop the genocide in Palestine. You can listen to the full interview on Clearing the FOG here.   – Margaret Flowers 🚨Tell Congress to say NO to more sanctions on Nicaragua One[…]

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VCU USES HUNDREDS OF COPS TO BREAK UP PEACEFUL PROTEST

VCU USES HUNDREDS OF COPS TO BREAK UP PEACEFUL PROTEST by Phil Wilayto, for The Virginia Defenders, April 30, 2024 RICHMOND, VA, April 29 — At about 8:30 this evening, Virginia Commonwealth University put out an alert that a “violent protest” was taking place on the campus of the state’s largest public university. There was violence, but it wasn’t from[…]

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A Brief History of Kill Lists, From Langley to Lavender

by Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies, April 16, 2024 The Israeli online magazine +972 has published a detailed report on Israel’s use of an artificial intelligence (AI) system called “Lavender” to target thousands of Palestinian men in its bombing campaign in Gaza. When Israel attacked Gaza after October 7, the Lavender system had a database of 37,000 Palestinian[…]

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U.S. Student Encampments Demand: Divest From Israeli Apartheid!

by Monica Moorehead, published on Workers World, April 23, 2024 April 22 – The global struggle in solidarity with the Palestinians against the horrific U.S./Israeli genocide since October 7 has become a major focus on U.S. college campuses. Prestigious Columbia University, located in Harlem, New York, has become ground zero in the campaign to divest funds supporting the apartheid Israeli[…]

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‘The Law Is Simple’: Israel’s Unregulated Nukes Mean Biden Must Halt Military Aid

by Gerry Condon, published on Common Dreams, April 20, 2024 In a letter to President Joe Biden and top members of his administration, Veterans For Peace asserts that U.S. law requires the cutoff of all weapons shipments to Israel. The national organization Veterans For Peace is demanding that the Biden administration abide by U.S. law regarding the illegal possession of[…]

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Israel and the U.S. Are Gangster States

by Margaret Kimberley, published on Black Agenda Report, April 3, 2024 Any sign of even tiny opposition is enough to send Israel into a frenzy of bloodletting. Hospital attacks, murders of aid workers, violations of the sovereignty of embassies, are all par for the Zionist course. Friends in Washington talk out of both sides of their mouths with condemnation but[…]

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In Waging War on the UN Refugee Agency, the West is Openly Siding with Israeli Genocide

by Jonathan Cook, published on Substack, January 30, 2024 There is an important background to the decision by the United States and other leading western states, the UK among them, to freeze funding to the United Nations’ Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), the main channel by which the UN disseminates food and welfare services to the most desperate and destitute[…]

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