Greg Hom

Greg has written book reviews for Left Turn Magazine, and volunteered with Prison Radio.


May 3, 2013
Courtey of

Greg Hom looks at two differing in-depth views of the current conditions and historical lead-up to the “Arab Spring”. He also looks at the reflections of a Bay Area activist on her recent experiences in Tunisia, and highlights an article with the Yemeni journalist and activist Farea Al-Muslimi who recently spoke to Congress about drone attacks and how they are only recruiting people against the United States.

April 18, 2013
Artwork by Nidal El-Khairy

The issue of imprisonment continues to be a flashpoint for Palestinian activists on the ground.  April 17th news from the Jerusalem Post stated “ ”Prisoner Day,” an annual commemoration of Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails, who currently number 4,800, was held on Wednesday, with Israeli security forces on standby for possible protests.

April 4, 2013
Artist: Sulafa Hijazi

I know I am not alone when I say that I am disheartened by the violence in Syria.  While news out of Egypt is not necessarily rosy- authorities this list week detained journalists and other leaders- it still seems like there is hope and energy there to move past the history of the Mubarak dictatorship.  Tunisia just hosted the World Social Forum!

March 21, 2013

Greg Hom looks at a recent review of the last two year's events in Egypt and President Obama's trip to Palestine/Israel

June 1, 2012

Washington's Wars and Occupations:
Month in Review #85 • May 31, 2012

Taking inspiration from the IVAW activists who led the big anti-NATO protests in Chicago, Greg Hom assesses the continuing challenges facing antiwar activists regarding Afghanistan, Iran, Egypt, Syria and Mali.

October 31, 2011

Washington's Wars and Occupations:
Month in Review #78

October 31, 2011

By Greg Hom and Rebecca Tumposky