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Ashraf Fayadh. FREE AT LAST!

ALQST for Human Rights in Saudi Arabia reported last Tuesday, 23 August 2022, that the Saudi authorities have finally released Palestinian poet Ashraf Fayadh, imprisoned now for more than eight years for the religious crime of “apostasy”

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FOR A POETRY OF LIBERATION? AN INTERVIEW WITH PINA PICCOLO

Can poetry in this brave new world we live in today, have a force, a revolutionary and transformative force for ‘good’?

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Abdellatif Laabi an Introduction

Abdellatif Laâbi, poet, writer, and translator was born in Fez, (a French Protectorate since 1912), in 1942

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An Interview with Abdellatif Laâbi

“Writing is still a risk in many countries. This was the case in Morocco when I was still living there–I was put in prison. In other countries, poets are assassinated”

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‘It Was Another Year’s September’

while out of sight and in continents far away there are these poets and prisoners locked away

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New Theatre: ‘The Several Beheadings of Ashraf Fayadh’

If you’re in London, you have an opportunity to drop in on a reading of Hassan Abdulrazzak‘s new short play, The Several Beheadings of Ashraf Fayadh

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