#LeBreakdown When the Moroccan King normalises with israel: “Yawn” #Podcast

Rather than calling it a betrayal, Palestinian lawyer Lara Elborno reminds us why she is more defiant than ever

Glenn Greenwald interviews Yasser Louati on Civil Liberties in France

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWKMWld8eR0

Le Breakdown: France, Macron and the American Media

Lindsey Tramuta is an american journalist who has been living in Paris since 2006. She is a culture & travel journalist, author, podcaster, and editorial consultant. Lindsey also wrote The New Paris: the People, Places & Ideas Fueling a Movement  (Abrams,...

VIDEO Powerful breakdown of islamophobia in France: Civil liberties and standing up to oppression

"Maybe this will get me in trouble, maybe I will be a victim of a police raid, but French Muslims future lies in their capacity to stand against oppression." Yasser Louati "This is a war waged by the government against Islam and Muslims, maybe not a military war, but...

#France: Why terrorists are winning (VIDEO) #SamuelPaty

On the destruction of the grey zone and state repression https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aoidYQff4Sw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzCk64_Wu2c https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJJ1vpuGUzo&t=111s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WULEZpwz7Ws

The Double Discourse of Emmanuel Macron with The Muslim World

"Emmanuel Macron was already out of touched and ill advised, he is now showing how ill surrounded he is" Yasser Louati https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVKvbgVyZw4

If Macron has turned to the Far Right: What is the French Left doing?

“The biggest strategic mistake was to think that the left was inherent in favour of human rights.” In the context of France, the colonial enterprise was initiated by the left — the discourse was pronounced in the hearts of parliament saying that there is an obligation...

#Podcast Macron’s speech on “Islamic Separatism”: the good, the bad and the ugly #LeBreakdown

Is it a coincidence that the 2 October speech in Les Mureaux was given a year and a half before the next presidential elections? Despite a strict seperation between state and religion,

#Podcast Macron’s speech on “Islamic Separatism”: the good, the bad and the ugly #LeBreakdown

The term “separatism” was first used by Emmanuel Macron in the aftermath of the anti-Police brutality and anti-racism rallies that took place in Paris in the aftermath of the assassination of George Floyd. Rather than addressing a century old demand to justice and equality, France’s president accused the marchers of attacking the integrity of the nation. A few weeks later, his Minister of Interior Gerald Darmanin used the term “ensauvagement”, litterally meaning: to become wild, while pointing fingers at the Banlieues.

Kim Gardner: The Standing Chief Prosecutor of Saint-Louis

What does it take to change the system? Is any reform possible? Or is disbanding police departments the solutions?

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FOR THOSE WHO DEMAND EQUITY

FOR OUR COMMON FATE IS ALREADY SEALED

FOR WHOM THE REPUBLIC IS A BROKEN PROMISE

FOR OUR HUMAN RIGHTS

THAT WE NEVER FULLY ACQUIRED

FOR OUR CIVIL LIBERTIES 
LOST

IN THE NAME OF AN ILLUSORY SECURITY

FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO ACT


EVEN IF IT MEANS TO DISOBEY

FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO SUPPORT THEM


BY ALL AVAILABLE MEANS

FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO CONNECT THE DOTS


BEYOND THE DREAM OF CONVERGENCE

FOR THOSE WHO DEMAND EQUITY

FOR OUR COMMON FATE IS ALREADY SEALED

FOR WHOM THE REPUBLIC IS A BROKEN PROMISE