By: Humayoon Babur Oct. 30, 2018 The Kabul River Basin is one of Afghanistan’s most populated and highly heterogenic rivers and is a critical tributary of the Indus Basin … Continue reading Afghanistan water crisis may worsen regional tensions
A menacing drought is overshadowed by violence
The War on Terror should be understood as having a much longer history that encompasses the repression faced by Black radicals in the US, especial Black Muslims but is essentially a war focused on the annihilation of resistance to white supremacist colonisation that started on this date back in 1492 with the conquest of Indigenous lands and the start of a “New” world.
Here’s video from todays discussion on the War on Terror; afghanistan and syria, infiltration and surveilence,colonialism, capitalism, rebels and rebel violence, US imperialism and Tankies, white people and subjective … Continue reading Video: Impacts of the War on Terror
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Cartoon criticizing selective outrage which only applies to chemical attacks, by Yaser Ahmad Once more the western ‘anti-war’ movement has awoken to mobilise around…
Abdul Ghafoor of Afghanistan Migrants Advice & Support Org speaks on the struggles of Afghan deportees in Kabul at the Oct 4th 2018 “How Safe is Afghanistan?” conference in Stockholm, Sweden. … Continue reading Abdul Ghafoor speaks on the struggles of Afghan deportees in Kabul
Elder Speaks of Neglect at Pul e Sheena IDP/ Refugee Camp – Kabul (Pashto) Elderly man at Pul e Sheena IDP / Refugee camp talks about the lack of support … Continue reading Pul-e-Sheena IDP Camp (Kabul)
Inside Kabul Refugee / IDP Camp – Pul E Sheena – In Bagrami district of Kabul Province. Doucumenting Afghanistan is an Independent Afghan New Media/ Research Project … Continue reading Inside Kabul Refugee / IDP Camp – Pul-e-Sheena
Originally published in Milestones: By Jalil Kochai On November 17th, 2017, about one month after the 16th anniversary of America’s invasion of Afghanistan, Nora Twomey’s filmic adaptation of the children’s … Continue reading The Breadwinner; or, The Cinema as Secular Hegemony
Originally published on Mangal Media There is a colonial relationship that exists within the media. Western journalists and bureau chiefs parachute in and stamp down pre-existing plans as all settler … Continue reading Decolonizing Media; why Im writing about white people instead of a US warcrime
A wave of insurgent attacks in recent weeks in Afghanistan has led both President Donald Trump and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to call for an end to negotiations with the … Continue reading Why is Europe Sending Refugees Back to War-torn Afghanistan?
Originally published on IRIN Days after militants attacked international NGO Save the Children’s office in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad, Jehanzeb Sherzad, an employee at a local organization nearby, stood … Continue reading Afghan attacks force aid rethink, leave local NGOs more exposed