Leila Khaled

“Banning Green Left from a platform which the people-powered, activist media outlet has used for years to disseminate critical information, build movements and expose injustice and inequity, and take a staunchly anti-capitalist stance is a disgrace,” said New South Wales Greens MP for Newtown Jenny Leong.

Nasser Mashni

It is rank hypocrisy to deny Palestinian freedom fighter Leila Khaled a visa or a platform to speak, while Labor is going visas to former Israeli army people wanted for war crimes. Peter Boyle reports.

Mural in Belfast

South Africans are deeply disturbed by the character assassination and threats levelled against Leila Khaled, an icon of anti-colonial struggle, writes South African human rights activist, Salim Vally.

Speakers at the Ecosocialism 2024 conference

Speakers from Malaysia, the Philippines and the United States have been added to the growing bill of international guests at the Ecosocialism 2024 conference. Fred Fuentes reports.

Alex Bainbridge speaks to Sam Wainwright about the Zionist campaign against Leila Khaled being allowed to speak in Australia.

Palestinian revolutionary Leila Khaled responds to those who would ban her from Australia in an interview with Peter Boyle.

Leila Khaled and Nelson Mandela 2006

Palestine liberation fighter Leila Khaled has described Israel’s occupation of Palestine as the “peak of terrorism”. This is why Zionist organisations want to stop her from speaking, writes Peter Boyle.

Leila Khaled, domestic violence and asbestos scandal

Green Left journalists Isaac Nellist and Aneesa Bhamjee go through the latest news from across the continent and around the world.

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Ecosocialism 2024 conference organiser Sam Wainwright believes the far-right objections to even allowing Palestinian freedom fighter Leila Khaled to address the Ecosocialism 2024 conference is “fake outrage”, reports Pip Hinman.

Ecosocialism 2024 will be an invaluable opportunity to share experiences in building struggles against war and the climate catastrophe with activists from around the Indian Ocean. Fred Fuentes reports.

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.