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From Israel to Russia, Occupiers Are Remaking the World Order

Haggai Matar +972 Magazine
Israel cannot wholeheartedly join sanctions against Russia or denounce its war crimes while leading a diplomatic campaign against the Palestinian-led BDSanctions Movement, or against proceedings in the International Criminal Court.

Worse Than a Crime; It’s a Blunder

Anatol Lieven, Harold Meyerson, Ryan Cooper The American Prospect
The meaning and consequences of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the West’s response

Palestinian Workers Have a Long History of Resistance

Joel Beinin Jacobin
The Palestinian general strike of May 18 fits into a much longer history of mobilization by Palestinian workers. From the British colonial years to the present, those struggles have faced harsh repression, but kept a spirit of resistance alive.

How to Talk Occupation at a Rosh Hashanah Dinner and Make it Out Alive

Noam Sheizaf +972 Magazine
What were you thinking? Everyone in the family noticed that anti-war status you posted this summer, and the hasbara video they sent that you didn't `like.' Tonight they are going to air it all. The keyword of the evening: ISIS. You're going to hear it a lot. Because the Israeli leftist is a specimen: an object to identify, educate, and if that doesn't work, to chop up and make meatballs out of.


Occupied Greek Factory Begins Production Under Workers Control

Thessaloniki Solidarity Initiative et al. Infoshop News
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 is the official first day of production under workers control in the factory of Viomichaniki Metalleutiki (Vio.Me) in Thessaloniki, Greece. This means production organized without bosses and hierarchy, and instead planned with directly democratic assemblies of the workers. The workers assemblies have declared an end to unequal division of resources, and will have equal and fair remuneration, decided collectively.
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