Archives for enero 2023

El racismo de Israel expuesto en el encarcelamiento continuo del soldado nacido en Etiopía Avera Mengistu

El comportamiento discriminatorio de Israel hacia los negros, incluida la falta de preocupación por el soldado etíope-israelí capturado Avera Mengistu, tiene sus raíces en el racismo institucionalizado del país hacia los solicitantes de asilo africanos y los judíos etíopes.

Avera Mengistu Feature photo

For how long will I be in captivity? After so many years, where are the state and the people of Israel? These were the words, uttered in Hebrew, of a person believed to be Avera Mengistu, an Israeli soldier of Ethiopian origin who was captured and held in Gaza in 2014. Footage of Mengistu, looking nervous but also somewhat defiant, calling on

"Nuevo sheriff en la ciudad": el peligroso desafío de Israel a la custodia de Al-Aqsa amenaza la paz mundial

La negación de Israel de la entrada a Al-Aqsa al embajador jordano marca un desarrollo peligroso para el lugar sagrado y una catástrofe potencial para Palestina y el mundo, advierte Miko Peled.

Al-Aqsa Mosque Feature photo

The Jordanian Ambassador to the State of Israel was recently denied entry to Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem – the third-holiest site in Islam. This is an incident that is so severe and so dangerous that not only the Jordanian government but the entire Arab and Muslim world – as well as the West – should have reprimanded Israel severely. The

Allanado por el FBI por ser socialista, con Omali Yeshitela

Lee Camp habla con Omali Yeshitela, un hombre allanado por el FBI por ser socialista negro, para hablar sobre el movimiento revolucionario de liberación negra, el imperialismo estadounidense, el racismo y la corrupción del sistema bipartidista.

Lee Camp Omali Yeshitela Feature photo

Today, “Behind The Headlines” host Lee Camp speaks to Omali Yeshitela, a man raided by the FBI for the crime of being a black socialist. Together, the two discuss the revolutionary black liberation movement, U.S. imperialism, racism, and the corruption of the two-party system. In August of last year, the FBI raided the offices of the African

Making Politicians Uncomfortable, with Anti-War Activist Medea Benjamin

Medea Benjamin, co-founder of CODEPINK, discusses her book on the Ukraine conflict, the dangers of escalating military spending, peaceful negotiations, and international cooperation in preventing nuclear war and promoting peace.

Medea Benjamin Lee Camp Feature photo

In this livestream interview, Lee Camp speaks with Medea Benjamin, the co-founder of the female-led anti-war group CODEPINK. Benjamin has been on a tour of late, discussing her most recent book, "War in Ukraine: Making Sense of a Senseless Conflict." The book delves into the ongoing conflict and aims to raise awareness and inspire grassroots

La respuesta histérica de Israel a “Farha” prueba la efectividad de la película

"Farha" ni siquiera menciona a Israel, el pueblo judío o el sionismo, entonces, ¿por qué los funcionarios israelíes exigen que Netflix abandone la película y llaman a boicotear el servicio de transmisión?

Farha Film Feature photo

If you watched the 2021 movie “Farha,” you will relate to the following story. I had a quiet evening and decided to watch the film on Netflix. I was pleased to see that there was no Israeli funding involved, as there often is even for Palestinian films. The movie opens with lovely scenes from rural Palestine and young girls playing around. One

Fuerzas armadas fuertes, sociedad débil: la historia que falta en el ranking mundial de potencia de fuego

La clasificación de Global Firepower se publicó el 6 de enero y ha planteado más preguntas que respuestas, y algunos acusaron a GFP, la organización que la compiló, de ser parcial, descuidada y muy politizada.

Russia Tank Feature photo

The Global Firepower ranking was published on January 6. The annual report classifies the world’s strongest militaries based on over 60 factors, including size, spending and technological advancements. The report, which placed the United States military on top, followed by Russia, China, India and the UK, raised more questions than answers, with