In this segment of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Asa Winstanley, investigative journalist and Associate editor with The Electronic Intifada, to discuss the swearing-in of new Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, Bennett’s history of bragging about killing Arab people, and why the inclusion of an Arab party in the new coalition seems to have been driven mainly by political expediency.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears to be in the final days of his 12-year rule. But how will the new fragile coalition government differ from Netnayahu’s hardline policies? And will it make any difference to the Palestinians?
Guests: Asa Winstanley Investigative Journalist at the Electronic Intifada Mouin Rabbani Co-Editor at Jadaliyya, an online magazine
I took part in this Zoom panel for the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign with Omar Barghouti and Andrew Preston. Facebook embed doesn’t work, so click through to it here.
For the seasoned campaigner, those already aware and active, and those fresh to the issue, this webinar is an opportunity to take a moment to understand where the ‘BDS Call’ comes from, how the international solidarity movement has progressed so far and the changed terrain in which we campaign in solidarity with the Palestinian people.What does BDS mean in practice? What are we trying to achieve? Who are our allies and what do we understand about our opposition? Is the Israel lobby as powerful as some believe? What do the events of the last month mean for the Palestinian struggle and for international solidarity?
CLICK HERE TO WATCH ON FACEBOOK — the Facebook embed feature doesn’t seem to work. Click through to the video and forward it to 01:03:30.
Guest Asa Winstanley, investigative journalist for The Electronic Intifada talks all about Gaza and biased media.
In this segment of By Any Means Necessary, host Jacquie Luqman and producer Wyatt Reed are joined by Asa Winstanley, investigative journalist and Associate editor with The Electronic Intifada, to discuss the ongoing refusal by the US government to pressure Israel to cease its air assault on Gaza, the destruction by Israeli forces of the office housing AP and Al Jazeera facilities, and the extent to which the public reaction in the Global North has shifted since Israel’s last attack on the ‘open-air prison’ of Gaza.
Asa Winstanley, a journalist and podcaster with the Electronic Intifada, joins hosts Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola to discuss the latest cycle of Israeli violence against Palestinians. Plus, later in the show, Asa highlights a report he produced on the British secret police and their infiltration of activist groups. To subscribe to this podcast, go to Rokfin.com/UnauthorizedDis
I spoke to PressTV during Israel’s war on Gaza.
In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Asa Winstanley, investigative journalist and Associate editor with The Electronic Intifada, to discuss the wave of violent home seizures by Israeli settlers in the East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah, the corresponding brutalization of Palestinian residents by the Israeli Defense Forces, and how Palestinians critical of the forcible theft of their ancestral homes are being censored.
The video above doesn’t include the Q&A. But you can watch it in the video below, which is of the full Saturday session. I’ve cued the embed below to the right time code, so it should start right at the Q&A. Please do also check out the videos of the other speakers — there was some really interesting talks.
I spoke to Richard Medhurst for his YouTube channel for a wide-ranging discussion about Israel’s crimes.
This is a longer, hour-long discussion, which includes the shorter interview on vaccine apartheid with Richard used on his PressTV show last week.
Once again, I appeared on Sean Blackmon and and Jacquie Luqman’s excellent radio show, By Any means Necessary. It’s broadcast on Sputnik radio in the US, but you can listen online by clicking here (you can skip to 41:16 to listen to my segment).