Masar Badil and the elephant in the room

Writer and activist Khaled Barakat and Charlotte Kates, Coordinator of Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network at Masar Badil’s march for Palestine in Madrid, Oct 31, 2021

We have long been trained on Facebook and elsewhere to moderate our emotions and hopes for Palestine, so much so that the much-needed uncompromising clarity of Masar Badil’s political response to the current stage of Palestinian struggle serves to clear the air like a fresh breeze coming from an unpolluted environment.

Palestinian and righteously angry

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