Mohammad Awajah is a forty-three year old Palestinian father from the West Bank city of Jericho whose ability to speak was just restored. During his shift as an employee for the Palestinian Telecommunication Company on January 13, 2011 he opened a phone wire box where he says he inhaled a gas that caused him to [...]
A group of Howard University students ask some tough questions.
Footage from leaked files of the NYPD
“Burn your Bollywood movies. Come to Kashmir. Walk through our cities. The bridges. The ruins. The graves. Look at what we eat. Look at our buildings. Our shrines. Our architecture. Our speech. Our history. Speak to us. See how we live. We are not you. We have never been you. We don’t want to be you.” – Nitasha Kaul.
I want to feel sorry for him for not being able to see how he was contradicting himself in saying that the people he killed were “savage”, while also maintaining that he had to portray them as savage, and that he had “to get in the mentality and…not think of them as human beings.”
Lest we forget history. Again.
Yemen’s ‘Life March’ has reinvigorated the Yemeni revolution.
You know Delhi as a ‘bustling megapolis’ — but do you know Dilli?
Yeah, that’s pretty much it. Enjoy.
Tawakkol Karman, Yemeni Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, at the University of Michigan.