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SA could be complicit in war crimes

 Has Saudi Arabia captured our foreign policy, asks Suraya Dadoo On August 2, the bustling al-Mehout fish market in the Yemeni city of Hodeida, was bombed. Fifty-five civilians were killed – mostly fishermen, fish sellers, and shoppers. Over 170 others were injured. The wounded...

The Apartheid State of Israel and the Palestinian Resistance

When you look at the history of the South African struggle for liberation one cannot help but notice the tremendous role played by youth in fighting against the apartheid system and the many other struggles in the world that resemble this kind of youth insurgency. Young people...

Khashoggi Assassination: How Safe Are South African Critics of Saudi Arabia?

What certainty do South African critics of Saudi Arabia have that they will not face the same tragic fate that befell Jamal Khashoggi? There are South African commentators who have taken public positions to express their disdain for Saudi war crimes in Yemen.  They form part of a...

Disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi

The MRN has observed with grave concern the inability of the Saudi authorities in Riyadh or in the Saudi Embassy in Istanbul to explain the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.  Khashoggi has been a critic of the Saudi regime’s reform program, planned and plotted by...

Occupied Childhood: Ahed Tamimi Pens a Heartfelt Letter About Life in and After Prison

  In a heartfelt letter, 17-year-old Palestinian activist Ahed Tamimi tells the story of her arrest and eight months in an Israeli prison – and the struggles she faces as a symbol of resistance. “I am a child of the Israeli occupation. It has always been there. My first real...
Posted On 05 Oct 2018
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