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Middle-East

برنامج العمل من أجل مصر

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Victory to the Egyptian Revolution!

Egypt is aflame with revolution. The world has watched with bated breath as millions of Egyptians, led by young people and joined by factory workers, rapidly drawing in the poor from the slums, have shown that they will not be intimidated and coerced any longer. Read more...

The revolution in Egypt at a crucial stage

Soldiers and demonstrators mingling on the streets, a strike wave in Suez and calls for a general strike indicate that the revolution is on the move, but Mubarak is not finished yet, writes Simon Hardy Read more...

A call to revolution - Egypt must be free

A call for protests after Friday prayers will see hundreds of thousands demonstrating against the hated Mubarak regime in Egypt, Simon Hardy explains what is at stake not just in Egypt but across the Arab world Read more...

What does the Turkish Referendum mean?

Chris Newcombe looks at Turkey’s constitutional debate in the context of the social and national questions Read more...

August 2010 - The end of the war in Iraq?

The withdrawal of the last US combat troops from Iraq does not mean that Iraq has become a free and independent state, writes Simon Hardy Read more...

Palestine and Israel: two states or one state and the right of return?

Marcus Halaby, from Workers Power, recently debated the Alliance for Workers Liberty on the question of Israel and Palestine. This is the speech he gave Read more...

Boycott apartheid Israel

Israel’s siege of Gaza since June 2007, its indiscriminate bombardment of Gaza’s people in December 2008 and January 2009, and now its attack on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla have all brought about an increased momentum in favour of the campaign for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS). Read more...

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