Middle East Solidarity magazine issue 12
available from October 2019
Middle East Solidarity magazine is now available to order from Bookmarks bookshop for £3 or can be downloaded as a [ME_Solidarity_issue_12_FINALWEB] Contact Bookmarks if you would like to make a bulk order for your trade union branch (discounts available).
Outsourcing Fortress Europe: Sounding the Alarm for Solidarity
Thom Tyerman and Kashef recount the work of Alarm Phone, a project which helps save lives of migrants crossing the Mediterranean.
Libyan ‘coastguards’ who smuggle people
Julie Henri investigates how EU policies have benefitted Libyan pirates and people-smugglers.
Rebranding Sudan’s brutal militia
The Rapid Support Forces played a key role in the genocide in Darfur. Marwa Jalal analyses how the outsourcing of Europe’s border regime empowered them.
Is Algeria on the road to a second republic?
Ten months into the uprising, Samir Larabi assesses the balance of forces between the people and the state.
‘They take our flags: that’s why we continue to march’
Sheila Amrouche interviews Algerian teacher activist Henia Sadi about the struggle for justice.
Sowing the seeds of hunger in Iraq
How US agribusinesses reaped the rewards of occupation and war: Olivia Palmer investigates.
‘The regime interfered in every aspect of life at university’
Dr Iman Hamza reports from the campuses in Sudan.
Syrian refugees face disaster as Turkey prepares for war
Erdogan’s plans to create “safe zone” in northern Syria aim to destroy Kurdish autonomy.
Last stand of the Syrian rebellion?
The Assad regime’s brutal assault on Idlib and Hama will not be forgotten.
Sudan’s new government courts Gulf support
Thousands jailed in Egypt after street protests over corruption
Solidarity with Algerian political prisoners
DSEI arms fair’s “death market” challenged
No more campus collusion with al-Sisi’s regime
What is driving Iraq protests?