Tag Archives: Human Rights

  1. ‘Every protest is crushed by the great brutality of Morocco’


    January 28, 2014 by Matthew Vickery

      Western Sahara is the forgotten region of the world, its people the forgotten inhabitants, and its refugee population the …
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  2. ‘O little town of Bethlehem’: A world of collective punishment


    January 3, 2014 by Matthew Vickery

      It is a city that many people know very little about in a modern context, yet as Christmas Day …
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  3. The Unsung Heroes of the Israel-Palestine Conflict


    October 8, 2013 by Matthew Vickery

      (Article originally published on Dissident Voice on 06/10/2013)   Only last month a military strike on Syria looked likely; …
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  4. Scotland Must Remove Itself from UK’s Unethical Legacy Abroad


    July 7, 2013 by Matthew Vickery

      (Article originally published by National Collective on 06/07/2013) Walking down Lord Arthur James Balfour Street in Tel Aviv, Israel, has never …
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  5. “The Olive Tree is the Foundation of the Home”


    July 3, 2013 by Matthew Vickery

    I was first told this phrase by a farmer in Al-Walaja village two years ago, while we attempted to make …
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Matthew Vickery

Matthew Vickery

Socialist, Feminist, Anti-Racist, Pro-Equality. Former journalist in the West Bank, and an infrequent writer published on unheard of, and frequently ignored, outlets.

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