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Feb 1, 2018
Female combatants from the Syriac Military Council (MFS) in one of their bases in Jazeera Region of Rojava, northern Syria. Photo: Delil Souleiman/Syriac Military Council

The Rojava revolution

Fouad Oveisy
A look at the egalitarian and ecofeminist Rojava revolution in the Kurdish north of Syria.
Blog
Dec 8, 2017

Canada should be doing more to help Sufis

Penney Kome
The November attack on a Sufi mosque in Egypt and Erdogan's crackdown in Turkey both signs that Canada should recognize Sufis as an oppressed religious minority and grant them refugee status.
Podcast
Jan 28, 2017

The civil war in Syria: A case study in propaganda

Redeye
The story we are told about the civil war in Syria is that it's a fight for freedom and democracy against a brutal dictator. Journalist Rick Sterling says this narrative is based on lies and fraud.
Podcast
Jun 20, 2016
Activism In The Age Of Terror

Activism in the age of terror

Green Majority Radio
Peabody Energy is a massive coal company that recently filed for bankruptcy revealing the monumental degree to which they funded science denial. Also... terrorism.
Podcast
Dec 13, 2015

War on terror and the growth of ISIS

Redeye
In the wake of the attacks in Paris last month, the French government vowed to escalate surveillance of Muslims. Paul Gottinger says we need to move beyond what he calls the hysteria of vengeance.
Podcast
Dec 1, 2015
(479) Canada Goes To Paris

Green Majority Radio: Canada goes to Paris

Green Majority Radio
Our first episode as part of the rabble.ca network! We hope you enjoy our program, Canada's best eco-news radio since 2006. This week COP21 and the connection to global terror...
Blog
Nov 27, 2015
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad in Yerevan

Canada needs a radical change to its Syria strategy now

Shenaz Kermalli
A solution to ending the war in Syria appears nowhere in sight. In part because world powers can't seem to get past the question of whom the biggest obstacle to peace in the region is right now.
Columnists
Nov 20, 2015

The problem isn't Islam, it's ISIS

The point isn't to decide who started it. It's: can you interrupt the cycle, which has nothing essential to do with Islam or religion. It's basically tit for tat.

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