Rami El-Amine

Rami, former editor of Left Turn magazine (RIP)  is an empire and Islamophobia-resisting techno geek, labor activist, and proud mitwehly. Follow him at @relamine

Articles:

August 7, 2014

BURY MY HEART IN GAZA

We thrash, curse for air
As our strangler declares, look
How violent the Arab

– Haiku for the Headlocked, by Zein El-Amine

January 1, 2014
Young Syrian refugees in a camp in northern Lebanon. Picture: Sam Tarling, Caritas (Keystone)

Rami El-Amine takes stock of the Arab revolutions three years on, arguing that counter-revolution has rolled back most of the gains made and created a level of instability and sectarianism that threatens all-out regional war. At the same time, in one of the bitterest ironies of this humanitarian catastrophe, this very instability may improve prospects for a nuclear agreement with Iran that could start a new dynamic toward peace in the region.

September 4, 2013
Girl in protest in Amman to allow Syrian refugees into Jordan

1. THERE IS NO EVIDENCE