About a Feminist Collective…

Nasawiyas apply feminist analysis to their social justice work, meaning that they always have an eye on gender dynamics and oppression within social and political struggle, address the systematic structural problems rather than the symptoms, and place women’s experiences and voices as central to any solutions and activist work. Feminism is a learning process for all of us and we are … Continue reading

PA’s dependency on external actors, neo liberal policies and corruption (part II)

As we have seen in the first article (The Oslo predicament and the PA’s failure, collaboration and repression…https://cafethawrarevolution.wordpress.com/2012/07/13/the-oslo-predicament-and-the-pas-failure-collaboration-and-repression/) the Oslo Agreement and Paris Protocol were designed in order to maintain the Palestinian economy just as before fully incorporated into and dependent upon the Israeli economy. In 2002 nearly a decade after the conclusion of the … Continue reading

‫لبنان أو التناقضات الداخلية‬

http://www.al-manshour.org/node/1877 نشر في‫:‬الثلثاء, حزيران 12, 2012  ترجمه‫/‬ته الى العربية‫:‬ وليد ضو الاشتباكات الأخيرة في طرابلس وبيروت بين عدد من المجموعات المسلحة وأحيانا مع الجيش فسرتها معظم وسائل الإعلام الدولية كامتداد للصراع السوري إلى لبنان. هذه الأخيرةانحصرت من خلال نزاعات مسلحة في أحياء طرابلس بين جبل محسن وباب التبانة، في حين اشتبكت مجموعات مسلحة مع الجيش في … Continue reading

On Stitching Beirut Back Together or Another 13th of April Story

This week end was the commemoration of the start of the Lebanese civil war that lasted from 1975 to 1990. I’d refer you to a history book to get all the details of how it started, what happened, how alliances were made and broken, except that us Lebanese may have cooked the biggest Hummus ever, … Continue reading