Items by Ali Anzola
- April 6, 2023 Ali Anzola
The Moroccan artist and actor Ahmad Jawad set himself on fire in front of the Moroccan Ministry of Culture building in Rabat on 27 March, World Theatre Day. The act passed unnoticed. Not even the passers-by who were following what happened with indifference and pity paid much attention, nor...
- January 6, 2023 Ali Anzola
The resolution adopted by the UN General Assembly last Friday is historic because it shed light once again on the Israeli occupation and its daily violations of the rights of the Palestinian people which the world has normalised. Therefore, many Western media outlets haven’t given much importance to the...
- July 28, 2022 Ali Anzola
For weeks, Morocco has witnessed a massive social media campaign calling for the departure of Prime Minister Aziz Akhannouch, due to the major and continuous rise in the prices of basic goods. The total number of those who shared the hashtag demanding the departure of the prime minister and...
- February 20, 2020 Ali Anzola
Will Sudan’s ousted President Omar Al-Bashir be the first from the Arab world to be tried at the International Criminal Court in The Hague? If it takes place, his trial will be a lesson to many officials in the Arab region who now fear that the day will come...
- January 2, 2019 Ali Anzola
The rapid developments in the Arab world towards the end of 2018 suggest that we are witnessing the beginning of the end of the counter-revolutions which sought to kill the Arab Spring. Three major capitals have been involved in the counter-revolutions: Abu Dhabi, Riyadh and Cairo. When the Arab nations...