An Unlikely Dramatic Hero, Poet Taha Muhammad Ali

by Jonathan Cook, published on Mondoweiss, March 14, 2017 Taha Muhammad Ali is an unlikely dramatic hero. His arms shake with age and infirmity, his legs occasionally buckle, and he often appears lost on stage, as if adrift in a vast expanse of sadness. But for an hour the story of this Palestinian poet has a vice-like hold on our […]

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COVID-19: The Zionist Underpinnings of Israel’s Violent Crackdown on Haredi Jews

by Miko Peled, published in Mintpress News, April 9, 2020 In a conversation I had with Rabbi Yaakov Shapiro for an upcoming episode of the Miko Peled Podcast, Rabbi Shapiro referred to Jewish Zionists as “idol worshipers.” “They did not get these values, of loving their guns and stealing Palestinian land, from Judaism,” he said. He explained that Jewish people […]

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