Today is the 6th anniversary of the 2nd Palestinian Intifada. I started seriously thinking about Palestine only since this intifada, and it is hard for me to imagine what it was like before. For Palestinians to have survived six years of this onslaught, after surviving 50 years of onslaught, is remarkable.
Here is the talk I gave at the September 21 “Bleeding Afghanistan” book launch.
http://www.zcommunications.org/abandoning-hypocrisy-by-justin-podur [Talk given at the Canadian launch of Bleeding Afghanistan September 21, 2006]
Those of you who are near Toronto: I’ll be speaking, along with my good friends Sonali Kolhatkar and James Ingalls, this Thursday September 21 at 7pm at the University of Toronto’s Bahen Centre. The event announcement is below. See you there. OPIRG – Toronto Presents… BLEEDING AFGHANISTAN: Washington, Warlords, and the Propaganda of Silence Book […]
This is an initiative I have been working on (specifically the website but also more generally). I will be writing about it soon. Meanwhile I thought I would call attention to the upcoming conference Oct 6-8 in Toronto. Readers of this blog know I’ve said before this is urgent. Time is not on our side […]
http://www.zcommunications.org/solidarity-for-palestinian-human-rights-by-tarek-lubani Justin Podur interviews Tarek Lubani of Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights, University of Western Ontario