Category: Civil Rights

Zionist Suppression in Congress

It isn’t enough for U.S. legislators that Palestinians are suffering genocidal violence, writes Corinna Barnard. Last week lawmakers went after the freedom to protest in support of Palestinians as well.

The ‘Cop City’ Mass Arraignment Circus

Hannah Riley describes the scene in the Atlanta courthouse last month when dozens of political activists faced criminal enterprise charges for trying to save a forest from becoming a massive police-training center.

UK’s Rwanda Deportation Ruling Offers Assange Hope

The recent Appeal Court finding in the U.K.’s Rwanda deportation case that the court ultimately determines the worth of diplomatic assurances on good treatment  could be greatly significant in the Julian Assange case, writes Craig Murray.