Irish writer Sally Rooney, one of the most popular writers of her generation, just announced that she won’t allow an Israeli publisher to translate her latest book on political grounds related to Israeli state and corporate complicity with the occupation of Palestine. Here’s my comments to the Sydney Morning Herald and Melbourne Age about it…
A small but significant shift in the official US posture towards Israel with a number of US politicians refusing to give even more money to the Jewish state’s Iron Dome. My comments to Middle East Eye: Antony Loewenstein, an independent journalist who is writing a book on how Israel’s occupation has gone global, says that…
Last weekend I spoke at the annual Solidarity conference on Palestine and the realities of Israeli occupation. The group is a socialist organisation with a long history of supporting Palestinian rights:
This week I spoke at a event organised by the Campaign Against Racism and Fascism on Israel and its growing ties with the global far-right. I explain how Israel’s permanent occupation is an inspiration for many nations now (and yes, this is also partly the subject of my next book out in 2023):
My interview on RT’s Going Underground on Israeli politics, failures of mainstream media, the essential Wikileaks and the shameful incarceration of Julian Assange.
My recent interview with Bay FM, a great community radio station in Byron Bay, Australia. The interviewer Fernando has constructed an interesting, podcast-style production on Israel/Palestine: BayFM 99.9 · Palestine Special with Mohammed & Muna El-Kurd and Antony Loewenstein 14.06.21
After the recent violence in Palestine and Israel, Australian, Muslim community network Clued TV was involved in raising funds to help the people of Palestine. I was interviewed about my work as a journalist. Segment starts at 2 hours 56 seconds:
I participated in this event earlier in the week on the role and responsibility of the media when reporting on Israel/Palestine. It was organised by the UTS Centre for Social Justice & Inclusion and UTS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences in Sydney, Australia. Over 250 people attended the event via Zoom: How does the…
My TV interview on global broadcaster TRT World about Israel’s far-right politician Naftali Bennett.
The most intense fighting between Israel and Hamas may have stopped for now but the human rights abuses in Palestine live on. Yesterday I was asked to speak at a large Palestine rally in Sydney’s CBD. I’ve long believed that it’s vital to speak out as a Jew in support of Palestinian rights: