Houria Bouteldja is a French-Algerian political activist and writer focusing on anti-racism, anti-imperialism, and Islamophobia. She is author of ‘Whites, Jews and Us: toward a politics of revolutionary love’ (semiotexte, 2017) – a scathing critique of the European Left from an indigenous anti-colonial perspective, reflecting on Frantz Fanon's political legacy, the republican pact, the Shoah, the creation of Israel, feminism, and the fate of postcolonial immigration in the West in the age of rising anti-immigrant populism.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?: OpinionFrench intelligentsia and Little Tom Thumb: the questionable ethics of the ‘100’ French academics
A response to the Open Letter from ‘100’ French Scholars, which singled out the author for special mention.