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.
This is my half-hour talk at this past weekend’s IsraelApartheidCon, which was organised by the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, and the Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy.
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.
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).
Declassified UK have published my latest long investigative piece: Britain’s secret political police. It is the story of how the Metropolitan police, in collusion with MI5, have for decades been infiltrating and sabotaging a wide range of political and campaign groups in this country.
My EI Podcast co-host Nora Barrows-Friedman and I appeared on Justin Podur’s podcast talking about Canadian MP Miki Ashton and how she’s been smeared for hosting a live conversation with former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
I spoke to The Canary about my most recent scoop for The Electronic Intifada. Assaf Kaplan is a former Israeli spy from Military Intelligence’s criminal hacking outfit, Unit 8200, yet he’s just been hired by the British Labour Party.