Places Archives: Middle East

Dezeray Lyn interviews Khaden Adnam, Palestinian resister

Dezeray Lyn just returned from Palestine where she was working as an international observer, activist, and author. She defended Palestinian families’ homes scheduled to be demolished, assisted with the olive harvest, documented human rights abuses, and witnessed the atrocities and the ongoing Israeli occupation. Khader Adnan, a baker with a degree in Mathematical economics currently … Continue reading Dezeray Lyn interviews Khaden Adnam, Palestinian resister

Radical analysis of the war in Iraq

The March 25, 2013 episode of Liberation Radio focused on the war in Iraq, in commemoration of the 10 year anniversary of the US invasion. Alla Baker shares her perspective moving from Iraq to the US and feeling shocked by the ignorance people displayed of conditions in Iraq, and especially of the effects of US … Continue reading Radical analysis of the war in Iraq

Adon Apamea: Dubai and the Fantasies of Civilization

By Adon Apamea / Deep Green Resistance Middle East & North Africa Dubai is an interesting city. A thriving futuristic metropolis in the heart of the desert considered to be the crown jewel of modernity with indoor ski resorts, gulf courses, fully computerized metros, giant air-conditioned shopping malls, and the tallest skyscrapers in the world. … Continue reading Adon Apamea: Dubai and the Fantasies of Civilization

Peace Talks: New Chapter, Old Book

New negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians may begin next week, with much talk of a “new chapter” in the seemingly intractable conflict. A new chapter, perhaps, but who is writing the book? Any public discussion about the “peace process” is tense, in part because there is no widely shared understanding of the history and politics … Continue reading Peace Talks: New Chapter, Old Book

Palestinian activists set up protest camp across from illegal Israeli settlement

By Saleh Hijaz / Amnesty International In the small hours of Sunday, more than 500 Israeli police surrounded around 130 Palestinian activists at a protest camp on the hills opposite the illegal Israeli settlement of Ma’ale Adumim, east of Jerusalem in the occupied West Bank. The camp, which the activists called the village of Bab … Continue reading Palestinian activists set up protest camp across from illegal Israeli settlement

Time is Short: Cyber-sabotage in Saudi Arabia

Civilization is not a static force. It has metastasized across the world by accelerating its own development, by transforming the blood and corpses of its victims into new weapons with which to wage its relentless war against all life Grasslands become grain monocultures feeding armies, conquering forests and mountains that become ships and swords that … Continue reading Time is Short: Cyber-sabotage in Saudi Arabia

Palestinians celebrate as Israel capitulates to hunger strikers’ key demands

By The Morning Star Palestinians celebrated today after the Israeli government caved in to imprisoned hunger strikers’ key demands. The Palestinians won key concessions on Tel Aviv’s notorious “administrative detention” policy and family visits in a deal mediated by Egyptian officials. Israel agreed to allow some 400 prisoners from Gaza to receive family visits for … Continue reading Palestinians celebrate as Israel capitulates to hunger strikers’ key demands

Israeli settlers taking over essential Palestinian water sources in West Bank

By Agence France-Presse Israeli settlers have taken over dozens of natural springs in the West Bank, limiting or preventing Palestinian access to much-needed water sources, a United Nations report said on Monday. The report produced by the UN’s Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said at least 30 springs across the West Bank had … Continue reading Israeli settlers taking over essential Palestinian water sources in West Bank

Palestinian prisoner protesting detention without charge released after 66 day hunger strike

By AFP Palestinian prisoner Khader Adnan has ended his 66-day hunger strike, the longest carried out by any Palestinian prisoner, after Israel agreed to set him free on April 17. Mr Adnan has refused food since December 18, one day after he was detained without charge. He had lost more than 40 per cent of … Continue reading Palestinian prisoner protesting detention without charge released after 66 day hunger strike