The Alliance of
Middle Eastern and North African Socialists

Covid19 and popular struggles of Syria

Covid19 and popular struggles of Syria

I speak with Yasser Munif. He is a Sociology Assistant Professor in the institute for Liberal Arts at Emerson College where he teaches courses about social movements, the Arab uprisings, gender in the middle east, and the history of racism. He is the author of “The...

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Uprisings in the time of COVID19: Algeria

Uprisings in the time of COVID19: Algeria

We discuss the impact of the COVID19 epidemic on the Algerian uprisings with Hamza Hamouchene, a London-based Algerian scholar-activist, commentator, researcher, and a founding member of Algeria Solidarity Campaign (ASC), and Environmental Justice North Africa (EJNA)....

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07. Denying Genocide, from Halabja to Ghouta

07. Denying Genocide, from Halabja to Ghouta

This article was first published the fire these times This is a conversation with Sabrîna Azad. She’s a writer who published a moving piece for Mangal Media entitled ‘From Halabja to Ghouta‘ in which she looked at how deniers of Assad’s war crimes in Syria were...

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Iraq’s Tahrir: Finishing What We Started

Iraq’s Tahrir: Finishing What We Started

This article was first published on the website Rampant - Revolutionary politics - Chicago Style An Iraqi revolutionary talks about the current uprising in Iraq, its political history, and the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Since October of 2019 a massive...

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For Iran and the US, public health is a political weapon

For Iran and the US, public health is a political weapon

This article was first published on Open Democracy With or without the US sanctions, the Iranian regime is neither capable nor interested in prioritizing the well-being of its citizens. While the COVID-19 virus continues to prey on vulnerable lives in Iran and across...

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