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RIP Mark Bell

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ماجدة في دور المناضلة الجزائرية جميلة بوحيرد في فيلم “جميلة” (1958) من إخراج يوسف شاهين
L’actrice égyptienne Magda dans le rôle de la militante algérienne Djamila Bouhired dans le film “Djamila” de Youssef Chahine (1958)

ineskhalsa:

ماجدة في دور المناضلة الجزائرية جميلة بوحيرد في فيلم “جميلة” (1958) من إخراج يوسف شاهين

L’actrice égyptienne Magda dans le rôle de la militante algérienne Djamila Bouhired dans le film “Djamila” de Youssef Chahine (1958)

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sinuses: the Swans Walk, Antwerp, Belgium, 1949. Photo: Aart Klein

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sinuses: the Swans Walk, Antwerp, Belgium, 1949. Photo: Aart Klein

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Ben Bella on “national liberation”

Stumbled across this brief interview with Ben Bella, the first President of Algeria. He discusses his disillusionment with national liberation projects and “actually existing socialism.” His critiques parallel some of what Frantz Fanon wrote in…

The Kurdish Question: Through the lens of Anarchist Resistance in the Heart of the Ottoman Empire 1880–1923

This study of recent anti-imperialist resistance in Kurdistan, looking back to the anarchist resistance in the Ottoman heartland in the period before the formation of the Turkish state, consists of extracts from the forthcoming book by Schmidt & van der Walt, Global Fire: 150 Fighting Years of International Anarchism & Syndicalism, Counter-power Vol. 2 

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Kees van Dongen “La Quiétude” (1918)

Kees van Dongen “La Quiétude” (1918)

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