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Book Review: Gaza in Crisis by Ilan Pappe and Noam Chomsky

I have to admit, right off the bat, that I have a bit of a bias for this one. In January 2014, Frank Barat, the director of the… 2,248 more words

Book Reviews

"The Palestinians do not even have the right to have rights" - Conversation with Richard Falk

Recorded 13/12/2013

LMaDO talks to Richard Falk, UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967.

Frank Barat for LMaDO : I wanted to ask you about this article that you recently wrote on your blog «  3,918 more words


David Barsamian interviewed on Le Mur A Des Oreilles

David Barsamian, the founder of Alternative Radio and author of several books (with Noam Chomsky, Edward Said…) gave an interview to Frank Barat at Le Mur A Des Oreilles this week. 24 more words

Israel / Palestine

War On Want event: "Palestinians live in apartheid ghettos."

Last night 200 students crammed into Room G2 at SOAS where they heard a new phrase employed in order to accuse Israel; “apartheid ghettos”. “Apartheid ghettos” neatly combines the horrors of Nazi Germany and apartheid South Africa. 660 more words


AUDIO: Frank Barat speaks to Noam Chomsky about Palestine and Syria

Frank Barat, co-editor of Corporate Complicity in Israel’s Occupation (Pluto, 2011) interviewed Noam Chomsky last Friday, talking about Palestine and the current peace negotiations and the potential of a partition of Syria. 335 more words

Israel / Palestine

Russell Tribunal on Palestine, New York - the Film

From the Russell Tribunal on Palestine, this is a 2-hour film about the New York session of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine. Including testimonies from Ilan Pappe, Ben White, Phyllis Bennis, The Corrie family and many others. 121 more words

Israel / Palestine

Anti-Israel activist Antony Loewenstein: "Six Million Should Die."

Antony Loewenstein is an Australian anti-Israel activist who describes himself as “a non-practising atheist Jew”. He has just co-written a book with Ahmed Moor called… 446 more words