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10 Views · 29 days ago

A rare insight (especially from mainstream media) into the forgotten but ongoing war in Yemen. BBC Arabic has secured the first on-camera interviews with US mercenaries from Spear Operations Group, hired by the UAE for targeted killings of Al Qaeda operatives in Yemen and its often ignored cost to innoncent civilian lives. These mercenaries openly discussed their deadly operations with reporter Nawal al Maghafi for BBC World Service Documentary series.
Spear Operations Group Mercenaries: ⁣https://reprieve.org/uk/2024/0....1/23/bbc-documentary

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20 Views · 6 months ago

The national liberation struggle of the Sahrawi people of Western Sahara has been ongoing for 50 years. Through the twists and turns of history, the people of Western Sahara have faced Spanish colonialism, the occupation of their territory by Mauritania and Morocco, and expulsion from their territory to refugee camps in Algeria. Despite this long struggle, Western Sahara's history and politics remain relatively unknown to many outsiders. Bill Fletcher Jr., a member of the TRNN Executive Board, speaks with Sidi Omar, the UN Ambassador of Frente Poliario, the political organization behind the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.

Post-Production: Cameron Granadino, David Hebden

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21 Views · 6 months ago

From Democracy Now: We get an update from Morocco, the North African country has declared three days of mourning after the strongest earthquake to hit the region in at least a century. About 2,500 people died in the 6.8-magnitude earthquake that struck the country on Friday, with another 2,500 injured and the death toll expected to rise. The epicenter was in the High Atlas Mountains located about 44 miles South of Marrakech, where many villages remain largely inaccessible and lack both electricity and running water. The earthquake also damaged parts of Marrakech, including its old city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We speak with Moroccan scholars Abdellah El Haloui, in Marrakech, where he is head of the English Department at Cadi Ayyad University, and Brahim El Guabli, associate professor of Arabic studies at Williams College, originally from Ouarzazate, Morocco, which was hit by the earthquake. Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs on over 1,500 TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream at democracynow.org Mondays to Fridays 8-9 a.m. ET.Support independent media: https://democracynow.org/donateSubscribe to our Daily Email Digest: https://democracynow.org/subscribe

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23 Views · 6 months ago

The days of Africa's resources being used to benefit Western powers instead of the African peoples are dwindling, argues Arikana Chihombori-Quao, the former representative of the African Union to the United States.Although a string of recent coups may give the impression that African nations are turning their back on the West, and looking more towards Russia and China, this is an oversimplification, according to the former diplomat.She tells The Bottom Line host Steve Clemons that the US would be wise to decouple its policy from that of France if it wants to regain trust on the continent.
⁣CovertAction Bulletin – Niger Coup Explained: West Points to Russia, Ignores Neocolonialism: ⁣https://covertactionmagazine.c....om/2023/08/09/covert

Gabon Joins Club of Military Putchers: ⁣https://www.globalresearch.ca/....gabon-joins-club-mil
⁣⁣BRICS Establishes a New International Order: https://www.globalresearch.ca/....brics-establishes-ne


IG Creativo
18 Views · 7 months ago

On this episode of the Sister Shanice show she uncovers the existence of the ancient Black/African population Ireland in part 1. In the show's second half, special guest #irritatedgenie joins Sister Shanice in a discussion about current events unfolding in Niger. Jump to 102:00 for the Niger discussion which also includes talks on the under reported Tunisian government's explusion of West African migrants from the Tunisian costal city of Sfax to the middle of the desert border region between Tunisia and Libya.

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25 Views · 7 months ago

DNA study and reviews on haplogroups from ancient migrations and studies done on Modern Egyptians comparing their genetics to the Ancient Egyptians.

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44 Views · 8 months ago

Description below is provided by the Kings' Monologue. In this short documentary we will be taking a deep dive into the claims made by a heavily referenced study published in Nature communications. It claims that ancient egyptian ancestry is largely non-african, based on dna that was collected from mummies in Middle Egypt. We will be exploring the truth behind these claims, but even more importantly, we will be uncovering some surprising outcomes from this research that have opened new insights, a smoking gun of sorts, into how this data should be interpreted. I advice you to stick around around to the end so you dont miss any of that. Thanks so much to my current Patrons: Cherio, Tracey, Marshall, Jason, Kevin, Christian, CalvinReferences:Matching STR Algorithm | ATCC – Understanding the Matching Algorithm | ATCC.orgFrom mess to matrix and beyond: estimating the size of settlements in the Ptolemaic Fayum/Egypt - ScienceDirect - From mess to matrix and beyond: estimating the size of settlements in the Ptolemaic Fayum/Egypt – Lee & MuellerDNA discovery reveals relatives of ancient Egyptians | CNN - DNA discovery reveals genetic history of ancient Egyptians – Thomas PagePopaffiliator1-Meta-Analysis-STR-Hawass-et-al - Google Sheets- - PopAffiliator Meta AnalysisAncestry and Pathology in King Tutankhamun's Family | Congenital Defects | JAMA | JAMA Network - Ancestry and Pathology in King Tutankhamun's Family - Zahi Hawass, PhD; Yehia Z. Gad, MD; Somaia Ismail, PhD; et alRevisiting the harem conspiracy and death of Ramesses III: anthropological, forensic, radiological, and genetic study | The BMJ - Revisiting the harem conspiracy and death of Ramesses III: anthropological, forensic, radiological, and genetic study - Zahi Hawass, egyptologist1, Somaia Ismail, professor of molecular biology23, Ashraf Selim, professor of radiology4, Sahar N Saleem, professor of radiology4, Dina Fathalla, molecular biologist3, Sally Wasef, molecular biologist5, Ahmed Z Gad, molecular biologist3, Rama Saad, molecular biologist3, Suzan Fares, molecular biologist3, Hany Amer, assistant professor of pharmacology6, Paul Gostner, radiologist7, Yehia Z Gad, professor of molecular genetics2, Carsten M Pusch, molecular biologist8, Albert R Zink, paleopathologist9OSF Preprints | Ancient Egyptian Genomes from northern Egypt: Further discussion - Ancient Egyptian Genomes from northern Egypt: Further discussion | Jean-Philippe Gourdine, Shomarka Keita, Jean-Luc Gourdine, Alain AnselinWayback Machine (archive.org) - Ramesses III and African Ancestry in the 20th Dynasty of New Kingdom Egypt – DNA TribesWayback Machine (archive.org) - Last of the Amarna Pharaohs: King Tut and His RelativesWayback Machine (archive.org) - Ancient Eurasian and African Ancestry in EuropeAncient Egyptian mummy genomes suggest an increase of Sub-Saharan African ancestry in post-Roman periods | Nature Communications - Ancient Egyptian mummy genomes suggest an increase of Sub-Saharan African ancestry in post-Roman periods | Verena J. Schuenemann, Alexander Peltzer, Beatrix Welte, W. Paul van Pelt, Martyna Molak, Chuan-Chao Wang, Anja Furtwängler, Christian Urban, Ella Reiter, Kay Nieselt, Barbara Teßmann, Michael Francken, Katerina Harvati, Wolfgang Haak, Stephan Schiffels & Johannes Krause

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24 Views · 9 months ago

Fascinating look at the origins and history of the Arabs. The diversity of Middle East and North Africa countries. Al-Hajj Abu Ja'far al-Hanbali joins me again for another discussion.Talking points:1. Where do the Arabs come from? What time period?2. What are the two types of Arabs?3. What kinds of people now live in the Arab world?4. How does this play out now in terms of political, religious and ethnic divides?

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29 Views · 9 months ago

Mustafa is no stranger to hearing Sudanese Arabic slang growing up. We sat down with the poet-turned-singer-songwriter and talked through some of his favourites phrases. GQ Middle East: https://bit.ly/2AY81yY and GQ Middle East Website: https://gqmiddleeast.com/​

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29 Views · 9 months ago

OUR SUDAN is a short film to inspire a new generation. Based on a TEDxKhartoum talk by the same name it has been made to inspire young Sudanese to think differently about themselves and their future - to inspire them to believe that, "the future is not a matter of what will be, but what could be. That it is a choice and it is theirs to make."The film OUR SUDAN tells the story of a generation of young men and women raised in a world of great tumult and change in which the dream of an older generation seems to have been lost. The film presents a new perspective, offering a celebration of Sudan's promise and calling upon young people to, "dream a new dream, the dream of their generation."An Arabic version of the same is under the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-28EsAZ_dVo

IG Creativo
81 Views · 1 year ago

Sheikh Danjuma Bihari breaks down the role geography and migration plays in the history of various nations.

IG Creativo
1 Views · 1 year ago

Hafiz Farid's rare film that looks at the Darfur conflict through eyes of Darfur's people placing their experiences front and center without the celebrity fanfare that marked the Save Darfur Movement in the early 2000s. Darfur's experience is paralleled with the trauma and healing process of other survivors of genocide and horrific wars.

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37 Views · 1 year ago

⁣Exploring the history of Christian period of the Kingdom of Makuria in Medieval Sudan/Medieval Nubia using ancient DNA to understand the society and identity of the Medieval Nubians that lived in Kulubnarti near the modern town of Kulb in Northern state of Sudan.

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26 Views · 1 year ago

The story of Italian soldier turned treasure hunter Guiseppe Ferlini the infamous man known for destroying and robbing the great pyramids of Meroe in Sudan. In his quest to find gold that was said to be buried inside the Moertic pyramids, Ferlini dynamited multiple pyramids among them, the Pyramid of Queen Amanishakheto never finding gold.
See more: ⁣https://talkafricana.com/giuse....ppe-ferlini-the-trea

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53 Views · 1 year ago

⁣ Conclusion of Professor Manu Ampim's research on the origins and location of the Ancient Kush which ruled in Sudan and Egypt. part 3

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39 Views · 1 year ago

⁣Professor Manu Ampim's research on the origins and location of the Ancient Kush which ruled in Sudan and Egypt. Part 1

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50 Views · 1 year ago

Professor Manu Ampim's research on the origins and location of the Ancient Kush which ruled in Sudan and Egypt. Part 1

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17 Views · 1 year ago

Construction of the Grand Egyptian Musuem to replace the smaller Cairo Musuem.

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68 Views · 1 year ago

On modern Egypt and its identity

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40 Views · 1 year ago

⁣Christopher Tounsel,
Professor of African Studies at University of Washington, discusses how
identity and religion in particular Christianity and liberation theology have
been used by South Sudanese society as a form of resistance and expression of
agency against the state policy of Arabization and Islamization by successive
Khartoum governments against the fight for human and citizen rights in South
Sudan prior to the region's independence from Sudan in 2011.

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