Three 20-year-old Palestinian university students, Hisham Awartani, Kinnan Abdalhamid and Tahseen Ahmed, were shot in broad daylight on November 25, as they walked down a street in Burlington, Vermont in the United States, reports Malik Miah.
Refugee rights activists again made a call for Labor to bring refugees held in offshore detention to safety. Chris Slee reports.
Writer and activist Sarah Glynn argues that the uncritical support being given to Israel in its genocidal war on the Palestinians is itself antisemitic and stokes further antisemitism.
Journalists are pushing back at management censoring coverage of Israel’s war on Gaza. Pip Hinman reports.
A mass demonstration in Paris on November 12 purported to oppose rising antisemitism, but was, in fact, aimed at crippling the pro Palestine movement. John Mullen explains.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets across the country for the fifth week in a row to demand a ceasefire in Gaza. Chloe DS and Peter Boyle report.
Poland’s October 15 parliamentary elections have ended the eight-year rule of the incumbent right-wing political alliance, reports Szymon Martys.
Tens of thousands of people who marched through the streets of the CBD calling on Israel stop its genocidal war on Palestine also chanted 'Shame, shame Albanese!' Peter Boyle reports.
Sweden has been making global headlines owing to a litany of Quran burnings earlier this year. To find out what is behind these incidents, Green Left’s Farooq Sulehria spoke to Swedish leftist Håkan Blomqvist.
This joint statement, led by Amnesty International Australia, is seeking organisational signatories. It plans to present the statement to federal Labor in the week beginning October 23.
The Palestinian community in Australia feel totally betrayed by the Anthony Albanese Labor government in the latest escalation of the war on Palestine, reports Peter Boyle.
Most First Nations people have rightly felt the result of the Voice referendum as a slap in the face, but the movement needs to look forward and continue to pressure Labor to implement the Statement from the Heart in full, argues Peter Boyle.
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