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Frontpage: Egypt: 18 days that shook the world

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19.2.11

 

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Judith Orr: Egypt: 18 days that shook the world

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There are years that live on in our history: 1848, 1917, 1968, 1989. Now we have a new date to celebrate. 11 February 2011: the day the dictator Hosni Mubarak was brought down by the Egyptian revolution.

 

Who says?: Egypt speaks

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19.2.11

 

In their own words

 

Ahdaf Soueif: ‘Revolution has captured the imagination’

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19.2.11

 

Egyptian novelist Ahdaf Soueif spoke to Socialist Worker.

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim's view

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19.2.11

 

Western leaders cheer arab revolutions

 

Editorial: Revolution is the motor driving history forward

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19.2.11

 

The Egyptian revolution is a blow to all those who think change is impossible. There is an exhilaration to those moments when ordinary people overthrow an old society and start to build a fresh one.

 

Alex Callinicos: Is this a revolution or just a coup?

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19.2.11

 

It was the self-organised masses who forced the generals to act – now the military is striving to get the genie back into the bottle.

 

Phil Marfleet: Egypt: After 30 years of market 'reforms' we're fighting back

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19.2.11

 

Egypt’s revolution has delivered a resounding “No” to free market neoliberal capitalism.

 

Incredible wealth of the rich under Mubarak

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19.2.11

 

The regime encouraged a celebration of wealth and greed. It has sold state land near Cairo to property developers at knock-down prices.

 

Egyptian tax collectors: ‘We need your support’

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19.2.11

 

A solidarity appeal from the independent Egyptian Property Tax Collectors’ Union (RETAU)

 

Simon Assaf: Egypt: Strike wave deepens the revolution and threatens the power of capital

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19.2.11

 

Egypt is in the grip of a huge strike wave that marks a sudden and dramatic deepening of the revolution. Tens of thousands of workers have walked out of offices, factories, textile mills, ports, hospitals, schools and universities across the country. Even police officers are demonstrating.

 

Egypt: Workers have taken to the stage of history

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19.2.11

 

Hundreds of thousands of workers have taken action over the past week to defend the revolution and demand radical changes in their pay and working conditions.

 

Egyptian workers challenge the bosses’ control

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19.2.11

 

Some 1,000 workers from the Egyptian-American Steel company in Sadat City sat in for the second day on Monday over wages, health insurance and meal incentives.

 

Judith Orr: Egyptian socialists: 'This won't stop at Mubarak'

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19.2.11

 

Socialists in Egypt spoke to Socialist Worker editor Judith Orr in Cairo about the new challenges they face.

 

Viv Smith: Iran’s protests show up the hypocrisy of the West

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19.2.11

 

Protests for change have erupted in Iran—and are facing government repression.

 

Siân Ruddick: Middle East round-up: ‘The gates to our freedom have been opened’

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19.2.11

 

Since Tunisia’s revolution began in December, people across North Africa and the Middle East have risen up against their regimes. They are inspired by Tunisia and Egypt, where two dictators were toppled in the last few weeks.
Algeria – Bahrain – Yemen – Palestine

 

Viv Smith: People’s Convention: ‘We’re about bringing this government down’

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19.2.11

 

Campaigners and trade unionists met at the People’s Convention in London last Saturday to build united resistance to cuts and austerity.

 

Yuri Prasad: History of Islamophobia: How the new racism is fuelled by old prejudices

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19.2.11

 

Is it any wonder that so many Muslims in Britain feel under siege? For 30 years they have faced a growing tide of Islamophobia.

 

As Cameron stokes racism: Why we’re proud of multicultural Britain

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19.2.11

 

Activists explain why they are supporting an anti-racist statement after David Cameron's comments on multiculturalism.

 

Megan Trudell: Russia in revolution: Taking power

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19.2.11

 

The Egyptian revolution has shown how ordinary people can beat their rulers—the 1917 Russian Revolution shows how we can take struggles forward.

 

Letters

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Unions must fight the racist EDL | Resisting Cameron’s lies | Challinor: an insightful, passionate socialist | Save our libraries | Thanks for Luton coverage | Julie Walters | We can split the ConDems | Climate-proof our society | Thanks from Rawmarsh

 

Sadie Robinson: 26 March: March to stop rich ruining lives

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19.2.11

 

Millions of working people in Britain are seeing their living standards nosedive as inflation soars and their pay crumbles.

 

Tom Walker: Ballots spring up against the cuts

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19.2.11

 

Workers at Nottinghamshire council were expected to announce a vote for strikes as Socialist Worker went to press.

 

Siân Ruddick: University bosses will charge top fees

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19.2.11

 

The government’s claim that only a minority of universities will charge students the maximum fee level of £9,000 a year has been exposed as a sham.

 

Salma Ibrahim: Egypt’s largest public company declares indefinite strike

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19.2.11

 

Some 24,000 workers at Misr Spinning and Weaving Company in Mahalla Al Kubra, Egypt’s largest public owned company, have started an indefinite, all-out strike.
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