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Moosa Arendt's Blog

Moosa Arendt is a grassroots social movements activist and writer, who has lived on four continents.  He provides and alternative and often humorous take on current affairs.

Waiting for Ibrahim Zakzaky?

Moosa Arendt looks at the recent massacres and detentions in Zaria, Nigeria

Shame on you, Hilary Benn

You and your phantom battalions and dodgy dossiers have never mattered in struggles for justice

The Homecoming of Babar Ahmad and Talha Ahsan

Moosa Arendt tackles the recent sentencing and release of Babar Ahmad and Talha Ahsan

Boko Haram and Western hypocrisy

The politicians from the EU should sweep in front of their own doors before rushing to make things worse in Nigeria

War crimes and criminals – some thoughts on Ariel Sharon

Moosa Arendt ponders the late Israeli leader's real legacy

Lynne Stewart released

Some thoughts on the release of the peoples’ lawyer.

Military intervention in Syria Aug/Sept 2013

Arendt on the Syrian conflict, and action proposed by Western countries.

August 19, 1953

Moosa Arendt ruminates on the notorious coup.

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