Peter Boyle

Leila Khaled speaks with Green Left about the International Court of Justice genocide ruling, what really happened on October 7, solutions to the Palestinian/Israel conflict, and more.

Leila Khaled mural in Palestine

Leila Khaled is an iconic Palestinian revolutionary activist living in exile. A member of the national committee of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and a representative on the Palestine National Council, she gave this exclusive interview to Green Left on February 18.

The number of asbestos-polluted sites grows by the day, people should be asking why the EPA has failed to act for a decade. Peter Boyle reports.

As Israel stormed a major hospital in Khan Younis, southern Gaza, killing patients, Australians took to the streets across the country to call for a permanent ceasefire. Alex Salmon, Peter Boyle, Susan Price, Jacob Andrewartha and Sarah Hathway report.

Invasion Day rally in Gadigal/Sydney

The Productivity Commission reported that the gap between First Nations peoples and the rest of the population had widened on four key social indicators. Peter Boyle reports.

man's face

In an exclusive interview with Green Left's Peter Boyle, Saleh Muslim, the co-chair of the Democratic Union Party (PYD) the leading party in Rojava's revolution in North-East Syria, warned that the current escalation of military conflict in the Middle East could be the beginning of “the third world war”.

For the 17th consecutive week, protesters took to the streets in Gadigal and Naarm for Palestine, while in Walyalup/Fremantle a ZIM ship was held up for hours. Peter Boyle, Alex Salmon and Jacob Andrewartha report.  

$100 notes

As the Reserve Bank of Australia and Labor and the Coalition continue to supress wages, living costs continue to rise. Peter Boyle reports.

Labor is only offering a milder version of the same wrong tax policy, while tossing a few peanuts to the working class, argues Peter Boyle.

Thousands marched again against Israel’s genocide in Gaza, in some cities for the 16th week in a row, and after Labor suspended aid to the Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees.

Strong First Nations-Palestinian solidarity was a prominent feature of the 2024 Invasion Day march on Gadigal Country on January 26. Peter Boyle reports.

Man holding big bag of money

Despite their ballooning wealth, the corporate rich are using their power to demand more tax breaks and protect their industrial-scale tax dodging. Peter Boyle reports.