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02.12.2014 Last Tuesday, November 18, two Palestinians armed with a knife and a pistol entered a Jerusalem synagogue during morning prayers and killed 4 Israeli Jews, while 5 others were wounded. The Israeli police quickly took over the place and killed the two attackers.
25.07.2014 The number of those dead and wounded because of the bombings and the military land offensive of the State of Israel continues to increase significantly. There are no words to describe the atrocities that the Zionist Army is committing; they have bombed hospitals, schools, mosques and even a group of children that were playing on a beach. They have already murdered more than 700 Palestinians; they have wounded another 4,000, and there are tens of thousands of refugees. 70% of the dead are civilians and more than 20%, children. After 16 days of massive bombing and 6 days of an invasion by land, Israel has caused a huge humanitarian crisis, and its Prime Minister, the Zionist Benjamin Netanyahu, has declared, with complete impunity, that the operation "will continue until it achieves all the objectives".
08.07.2014 On June 12, 2014, three Israeli students were kidnapped while hitch-hiking towards Gush Etzion, just north of Hebron in the West Bank. Hebron is a group of twenty-two Israeli settlements south of Jerusalem. Hamas welcomed this kidnapping, without actually claiming responsibility, contrary to other Islamist groups. Moreover, the Palestinian government has taken part in the search for the kidnapping victims by the sides of the Israeli State. However, the Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu decided to directly lash out at the Palestinian State that he holds responsible for the kidnapping because it is in the hands of Hamas, while the two arrested suspects are not part of Hamas and actually belong to a clan generally hostile to this latter. Finally, the Israeli government, as usual, prefers a policy of collective punishment, to hold the whole Palestinian population responsible for this kidnapping, and to lead a genuine armed intervention against them.
08.09.2013 After Obama had established the use of chemical weapons as a "red line" for a military intervention in Syria, and after the August 21 attack, with what, it is presumed, would be that type of weaponry in a neighborhood on the outskirts of Damascus with hundreds of dead...
07.07.2013 The Generals have done it again!
Egypt’s president, Mohamed Morsi, was deposed one year after being democratically elected by the Egyptian people. For those opposed to Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), the move by the military is seen as supporting a popular uprising and a belated effort to revive or restore the Egyptian revolution that ousted Hosni Mubarak more than two years ago. But for Morsi’s supporters or those who simply had any respect for democratic governance and the rule of law, the action by the army is nothing short of a brazen though soft military coup d’état.
Which one is it? Here are the facts.
07.07.2013 Powerful mass demonstrations sealed the destiny of the Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi who was toppled on July 3 by the army in a ‘soft coup’ supported by the wide spectrum of opposition to the Muslim Brotherhood government.
12.12.2012 The old slogan, that hundreds of thousands were shouting against the Mubarak dictatorship at the beginning of 2011, is again resounding with all its force in the streets of Cairo and the main cities of Egypt, this time directed against the government of M. Morsi and the Freedom and Justice Party...
16.08.2012 On August 8, after days of being bombed, the Saladin neighborhood, a stronghold of the rebels, suffered the full-scale offensive of the army that in the preceding days had concentrated 20,000 troops in the outskirts of Aleppo.
Can the struggle of the working class open a new act in the revolutionary process?
06.02.2012 The violent incidents in Port Said after a soccer match were not another clash between supporters of two rival clubs, but something emerging from an unstable situation filled with profound social and political contradictions.
29.11.2011 The brutal police repression against a small group of demonstrators in Tahrir Square on November 19 was the detonator of an impressive popular mobilization that was increasing in numbers and radicalization as time passed.
23.11.2011 – Stop the repression, persecution and assassinations!
– Trial and punishment for those responsible in the repression!
– Victory to the mobilisation of the workers, youth and people of Egypt!
23.03.2011 On March 19, a coalition of Western powers, headed by the United States, France and Great Britain, with the support of the pro-imperialist governments of the Arab League and cover from the UN, began the military attack against Libya...
20.03.2011 The UN Security Council gave a green light for an air attack on Libyan territory, using as a cover "humanitarian reasons" and "protection of civilians," explicitly in Benghazi, the heart of the popular uprising against Gadhafi.
28.02.2011 The February 11 downfall of the dictator Mubarak, is without a doubt a victory for the workers, young people, the unemployed and the poor, who mobilized massively for 18 days in the main cities of the country and occupied Tahrir Square in Cairo.
24.02.2011 Saudi Arabia is now being rocked by strikes as the mood of resistance spreads across the region. A socialist in Saudi Arabia reports on how struggles in the Middle East are even spreading to the most vicious dictatorship, which is sponsored by the US.
23.02.2011 Today (Monday, February 21) the uprising of the Libyan masses established itself in Tripoli, the capital, after the masses, through an insurrection yesterday, seized Benghazi, the second city of the country, the heart of the revolutionary process underway.
21.02.2011 Christian Castillo, national leader of the Partido de los Trabajadores Socialistas (PTS), indicated that "Mubarak's departure is a first victory obtained by the process of mobilizations begun January 25.
18.02.2011 Soldiers deployed in Libya's second city on Friday and opposition forces claimed to have seized control of a nearby town after days of violent crackdowns on demonstrations that Human Rights Watch said killed 24 people.
12.02.2011 Egipto tranquiliza a sus aliados. Las autoridades militares egipcias han reafirmado el compromiso del pais con todos los tratados internacionales.
El anuncio, que fue leido por un alto mando en la tv estatal, confirma de manera implícita que el tratado de paz con Israel permanecerá intacto.
12.02.2011 Hosni Mubarak's departure from power does little to address the fundamental issues that brought protesters to Cairo's Tahrir Square for the past 18 days. In fact, their protests were never about Mubarak but about a sclerotic political system and an economic system that was full of cronyism and corruption.
09.02.2011 Tens of thousands of anti-government supporters wave national flags as they gather for the 15th consecutive day to demonstrate in central Cairo's Tahrir Square on 8 February 2011, demanding the ouster of embattled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
06.02.2011 As we go to press, the revolutionary process that has opened in Egypt appears to be entering a decisive phase. This is the most important of a series of uprisings that are sweeping through different countries in the Arab world: in Tunisia, Jordan, Yemen, Morocco and Algeria.
03.02.2011 The impact of the first revolutionary fall of a dictator in the Arab world in this century has reached not only the Maghreb and the Near East, but all the European governments are now extremely worried by the evolution of the situation.
21.01.2011 The Tunisian army fired a barrage of warning shots in the capital yesterday as demonstrators converged on the headquarters of the longtime ruling party, from which ministers were quitting in a desperate attempt to keep their jobs. Protesters climbed over the RCD party offices in central Tunis and dismantled the sign bearing its name.