Posts Tagged ‘Palestine’

From Mystical Politics: Wawrzyn, Heidemarie: Nazis in the Holy Land 1933-1948 Co-published by The Hebrew University Magnes Press and De Gruyter for the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. Young Germans marched through Haifa shouting “Heil Hitler!” and Swastika flags were hoisted at the German consulates in Mandatory Palestine. It was in November […]


[adapted from a post at Poumista] Two interesting items: The colour brown: de-colonising anarchism and challenging white hegemony by Budour Hassa in Random Shelling. Extract: The appearance of the Egyptian Black Bloc in Cairo’s streets in January 2013 triggered gullible excitement in Western anarchist circles. Little thought was given to the Egyptian Black Bloc’s political vision – or lack […]


Eric Lee, veteran leftist, writes in his blog and in Solidarity: This may be news to some, but what is today commonplace was once quite rare. I’m referring to anti-Semitism on the far Left — and am reminded of what some of us saw as a turning point back in 1972. For a quarter of a […]


Via Roderick T Long: The Center for a Stateless Society announces a new Arabic website and an open letter to the Egyptian people. One of Kevin Carson’s pieces has also been picked up by a couple of prominent Middle Eastern news sources, here and here. For news on the latest activities of Anarchists Against The Wall, see here. There […]


On anti-Zionists who flirt with Nazis: Viva Palestina stands with fascist killers of Palestinians Sir Gerald Kaufman and Hamas Chic On the anti-Zionism of the 1970s: Via It’s Complicated: How Nasser pushed anti-Zionism in Africa by Michelle Seiff in Z-Word On weird anti-Zionism: Edith Lutz, representative of German Jews on “the Jewish boat” for Palestine, is […]


From the blogs

26Jun10

I have not been a very good blogger recently, as I’ve been too busy. This post rounds up some of the most interesting material from my regular read blogs. ///First, though, a round up on the Gaza flotilla: Terry Glavin – not the way to put an end to war; Red star commando – flotilla […]


Following up the material on Gille Dauve and negationism (1, 2, 3, also Contested Terrain), this is a text by Trop Loin, the group Dauve is now involved in, on Israel/Palestine, which I strongly recommend.


Variousness 20

10Jan10

Israel/Palestine Joint Struggle Focuses on Gaza. Migrant workers join Histradrut. Critique and theory Crash Course: new text by Krisis, on the financial crisis. I’ve been going through Letters Journal lately (see also blog). Some text well worth reading, including: Manifesto Against Labour by Gruppe Krisis, Invaders From Marx by Michael Heinrich. More texts from Ifinsiturcon: […]


Variousness 10

12Oct09

// Israel/Palestine: Oktoberfest in Palestine. // Germany: Antisemitism on stage: Fassbinder’s late appearance. Politics or Pathology? Review of The Baader-Meinhof Complex. To Whom Honor is Due: A disgraceful capitulation. // UK: Nick Griffin denies Iranian nukes. // US: Crummy student occupations. // From the archive: 1. Unweaving The Tangle: Zionism, Anti-Zionism, Antisemitism. 2. On antisemitism […]


Variousness 7

28Sep09

// UK: The BNP pose as anti-war. The EDL doesn’t add up. German lessons for Labour. // US: Counterpunch and the blood libel. Glenn Beck and left-right confusion. // Poland: Legacies of “Judeo-Bolshevism”. // Germany: Die Welt 19.09.2009, via S&S Henryk M. Broder fears that Leon de Winter‘s latest book “The Right of Return”, which […]