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Farrah Koutteineh

Farrah Koutteineh

Farrah Koutteineh is founder of KEY48 - a voluntary collective calling for the immediate right of return of over 7.4 million Palestinian refugees. Koutteineh is also a political activist focusing on intersectional activism including, the Decolonise Palestine movement, indigenous people's rights, anti-establishment movement, women's rights and climate justice.

It is unsurprising following weeks of Suella Braverman fuelling hateful rhetoric against Palestine solidarity, that the far-right & Tommy Robinson remobilised to oppose one of the largest Palestine demonstrations in the UK, argues Farrah Koutteineh.

16 November, 2023

Palestinian trade unions have called on global workers to take action to disrupt Israel's arms supply. From South Africa to Chile to Gaza, history has shown the international labour movement's power to stand up to injustice, writes Farrah Koutteineh.

26 October, 2023

Israel’s UN representative, Gilad Erdan, who staged a one-man protest supposedly defending Iranian women’s rights at the UN, only reinforced the colonial state’s hypocrisy as tortures, imprisons & kills Palestinian women, argues Farrah Koutteineh.

25 September, 2023

It’s 50 yrs since the US-backed coup against Chile’s socialist president, Salvador Allende. Farrah Koutteineh reflects on the splits among the country's Palestinians over the Pinochet dictatorship that set in & how it impacted Palestine liberation.

15 September, 2023

78 years since the US dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima & Nagasaki, the only way to deliver justice to victims is through global nuclear disarmament, argues Farrah Koutteineh. Especially as Oppenheimer film fails to hold US accountable.

04 August, 2023

Over 100,00 Cubans can’t access water during one of the country’s hottest summers. Farrah Koutteineh explains how the US’ ongoing crippling blockade prevents the Cuban government from addressing the water crisis.

14 July, 2023

This year's 4th of July marks 531 years of settler colonialism that led to the establishment of the US. Given this year also marks 75yrs of the Palestinian Nakba, Farrah Koutteineh reflects on the oppression & solidarity of both indigenous peoples.

04 July, 2023

After being terminated from Sinn Féin without explanation, Farrah Koutteineh explores the Irish party's evolution from a revolutionary one that stood with Palestine to one that prioritises election results over Palestinian voices.

16 May, 2023

Amid a cost of living crisis that's left millions struggling to afford food and shelter, the King's £250 million coronation epitomises what the Royal Family represents: unearned privilege, corruption, and wealth inequality, writes Farrah Koutteineh.

05 May, 2023

Britain will likely mark a decade since Margaret Thatcher’s death with celebrations of her time as the first female prime minister. But we would do well to remember her debilitating austerity measures that continue today, writes Farrah Koutteineh.

06 April, 2023