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When ‘never again’ becomes a war cry

It is in the very nature of things human that every act that has once made its appearance and has been recorded in the history of mankind stays with mankind as a potentiality long after its actuality has become a … Continue reading

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Fred Moten: Thinking with Palestine

Angela Davis recently described “Palestine as a moral litmus test for the world”. (Al Jazeera English-Up Front, 27/10/2023) And however much we may sympathise with the statement, it also begs reflection, for what is the test evaluating precisely? What morality … Continue reading

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Alberto Toscano: The War on Gaza and Israel’s Fascism Debate

From the Verso Books Blog (19/10/2023) … Western critics of Israel’s apartheid policies and far-right government are frequently accused of antisemitism, but leftist and left-liberal Israelis have been decrying the country’s descent into fascism for years. In this article, Alberto Toscano … Continue reading

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Ian Alan Paul: Between the Sea and the Security Fence

Stretching our imaginaries, our desires, for a different Palestine-Israel. We share an essay originally published with Ill Will (18/10/2023). Across Gaza’s fragmented collage of architectures and ruins, the abstraction of life rivals life itself. Subsumed by social technologies that densely … Continue reading

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From the Galilee to Gaza: A Voice from Palestine

From the CrimethInc. collective, 17/10/2023 … Right now, the Israeli military is raining bombs onto people trapped in Gaza. They have already killed almost 3000 people and displaced over a million more. This is just the latest chapter in over a century … Continue reading

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Maria Kakogianni: Pour une lutte maîtresse

T.N. “maîtresse”: the french word for teacher, or for that which teaches; “l’idée maîtresse” or “la lutte maîtresse”: the key idea or struggle, but not in the sense of essential (and exclusively so), but that idea or struggle which “teaches”. … Continue reading

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Israel and the violent illusion of sovereignty

From settler-colonialism to ethnic cleansing, apartheid and genocide … “It is no exaggeration to say that the Intifada questions the future of Judaism with force and obstinacy. The tragedy of the Holocaust is well documented and indelibly etched into our … Continue reading

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Judith Butler: What is the value of Palestinian lives?

The 2014 Edward Said Memorial Lecture with Dr. Judith Butler 13 October 2014The Palestine CenterWashington, DC Yousef Munayyer: Moving to today’s program. We are very happy to host, on an annual basis, a memorial lecture commemorating the contributions and life of Professor … Continue reading

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Edward Said: Truth and Reconciliation

In all my works, I remained fundamentally critical of a gloating and uncritical nationalism. … My view of Palestine … remains the same today: I expressed all sorts of reservations about the insouciant nativism, and militant militarism of the nationalist … Continue reading

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Noam Chomsky: The Israel/Palestine Conflict

Interviews with Noam Chomsky on the Israel/Palestine Conflict …

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