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(Disclaimer: the Dutch people I’m talking about in this post are real-life Dutch people who I’ve interacted with while living in Holland and who have said these things to me. I’m not saying *all* Dutch people think this way. At … Continue reading
The last few days have seen an escalation in the Israeli occupation and bombardment of Gaza, a place that has been described as an open-air prison by many who have been there. Part of me isn’t surprised that Israel has, … Continue reading
I’ve been watching and reading a lot of Slavoj Zizek in the past month, and I really believe he is one of the most influential philosophers of our time. I just finished an article he wrote about the London riots, … Continue reading
I was just researching for my paper on pinkwashing, and came across this beautiful quote in one of the articles by an American, Maggie Sager: We expect Palestinians to not throw stones at the IDF jeeps who come to teargas … Continue reading
Bassem Tamimi, the popular committee leader of Nabi Saleh, was arrested more than one month ago for his role in organizing unarmed demonstrations against Israeli occupation. Tamimi’s trial began at the Ofer military court. Below is Tamimi’s full statement to the court. Link here. Your … Continue reading