Green Left's Isaac Nellist spoke to students at the Gadi/Sydney School Strike for Palestine about why it is important to protest against Gaza genocide.
Choo Chon Kai, from the Socialist Party of Malaysia, talks to Green Left’s Federico Fuentes about rising United States-China tensions and the struggle for peace in Southeast Asia.
A civil suit in the United States and law suits in the International Criminal Court are seeking to hold the US and Israel accountable for genocide in Gaza, reports Malik Miah.
No matter how many more people Israel slaughters or how much it steals or bombs, there is no denying its defeat. Israel cannot continue to live by its sword, writes Susan Abulhawa.
Suzanne James speaks with Greens Senator David Shoebridge about war crimes, whistleblowers and weed.
Israeli officials appear to have acknowledged for the first time that Israeli forces killed some of their own civilians on and after October 7, reports Ali Abunimah.
Twelve year old Jayda Shadid made a passionate call on Prime Minister Anthony Albanese to push for a ceasefire on November 19, reports Alex Bainbridge.
While British PM Rishi Sunak and Labour opposition leader Keir Starmer are united in supporting Israel’s decimation of Gaza, resistance to the genocidal war is strong and having an impact, reports Derek Wall.
Palestine solidarity actions have increased in frequency and intensity across Canada, with tactics moving to more disruptive and direct actions. High school students have added to the variety of tactics with coordinated walkouts, reports Jeff Shantz.
Leo Earle spoke to participants at the sixth huge weekly Palestine rally on November 19 in Gadi/Sydney about why it’s important to keep protesting for Palestine.
Tens of thousands of people joined the sixth straight week of solidarity rallies for Palestine. Alex Bainbridge reports.
Palestinians are suing United States President Joe Biden and his secretaries of state and defense to stop them from further aiding and abetting Israel’s genocide in Gaza.
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