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We stopped racist EDL ...and we’ll do it again!

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10.9.11

 

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Martin Smith: We stopped racist EDL ...and we’ll do it again!

2268

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10.9.11

 

There are days when our side wins an outright victory. Tower Hamlets on 3 September 2011 was one such day.

 

Who says?

2268

2

10.9.11

 

The week in quotes ...

 

UN’s excuses for Israel massacre

2268

2

10.9.11

 

A leaked UN report found that Israel’s murderous attack on a ship bringing aid to Gaza was unlawful but “justified” in protecting its territory.

 

Report exposes racism at G4S

2268

2

10.9.11

 

Senior officers at private security firm G4S have been slammed for using racist language while deporting people from Britain.

 

Rail workers block racists

2268

4

10.9.11

 

The RMT rail workers’ union made a principled stand against the EDL in the run-up to Saturday’s demonstration.

 

United against the racists

2268

4

10.9.11

 

Thousands of anti-racists protested in the East End of London last Saturday to stop the racist English Defence League from gathering. Socialist Worker reports.
The EDL was humiliated by mass mobilisation, not the police. The 600 thugs were forced to hold their rally outside Tower Hamlets.

 

EDL ‘big one’ is a big flop

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5

10.9.11

 

The English Defence League (EDL) was humiliated last Saturday. Thousands of anti-fascist protesters kept some 600 racist thugs out of Tower Hamlets.

 

How we built a local UAF group in Leicester

2268

5

10.9.11

 

Dave Wainwright, of Unite Against Fascism (UAF) in Leicester, explains how they built a local group.

 

Pictures of Tower Hamlets anti-EDL demo on 3 September 2011

2268

5

10.9.11

 

Panos Garganas: Bailouts and cuts plague Eurozone

2268

6

10.9.11

 

The so-called “second Greek bailout” is up in the air.

 

Letters

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7

10.9.11

 

We can stop land grab | Coalition school dinner snatchers | Inspiring protests in Chile | ‘Precariat’ or not, young people suffer | Give Boris boot for Spurs FC cash | Solidarity is meaningful | Unite the unemployed | Sympathy for the devil | The Proms and politics | Solidarity with the Travellers | Jail MPs for stealing

 

Alex Callinicos: Ten years since 9/11: Power failure

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8

10.9.11

 

The wars that followed 9/11 were supposed to prove US power to the world, but, says Alex Callinicos, they have done the opposite.
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Bassem Chit: Ten years since 9/11: ‘Democracy is not given, it is taken’

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10.9.11

 

Ten years have passed since the tragic events of 9/11. While I sympathise with those who died in the US, I cannot but remember the countless atrocities committed by the US government in their name against Muslims and Arabs around the globe.

 

Sami Ramadani: Ten years since 9/11: ‘Iraq can be a base for more US aggression’

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10.9.11

 

More than eight years into the occupation of Iraq, the US is still using the pretext of fighting Al Qaida terrorists to prolong its military presence.

 

Siân Ruddick: Ten years since 9/11: Millions marched with Stop the War

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10.9.11

 

The attack on the World Trade Centre in New York on 11 September 2001 shook the world. But many knew it would be used as an excuse to send US troops charging around the world.

 

Ten years since 9/11: Afghanistan: the ten-year war that drags on

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10.9.11

 

Western aircraft dropped the first bombs on Afghanistan on 7 October 2001. The US-led coalition’s stated aim was to root out Al Qaida cells said to have found refuge under the Taliban regime.

 

Ten years since 9/11: ‘Terror’ cover for attacks on civil liberties

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10.9.11

 

The “war on terror” has meant the worst abuses of civil liberties and human rights in generations.

 

Mike Davis: Ten years since 9/11: 9/11- the embers of September

2268

 

10.9.11

 

A decade on from 9/11, Mike Davis looks at how it fueled self-righteous US ‘innocence’

 

Tom Walker: Riots: ‘One law for the rich-one for the poor’

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10.9.11

 

Defence campaigns are starting to take shape for the thousands of young people who face jail over the recent riots.

 

Simon Basketter: Britain and Libya: tortured friends

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16

10.9.11

 

New documents expose years of murderous interventions in Libya by British governments.

 

Linking MI6, BP, LSE and Libya

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16

10.9.11

 

While Sir Mark Allen ran MI6’s Middle East desk, he fixed a BP-Libya oil deal. He went to work as a special adviser to BP after he left the Foreign Office in 2004.

 

Egypt: at the gates of general strike

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16

10.9.11

 

Thousands of workers in Egypt are preparing for some of the biggest strikes since the fall of dictator Hosni Mubarak—whose trial for ordering the mass killing of protesters resumed this week.

 

Eyewitness from Syria: ‘Our mentality has changed’

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10.9.11

 

Huge protests defied a new wave of repression in Syria this week, as the regime sought revenge for military defections.

 

Siân Ruddick: General strike brings Italy to a halt

2268

 

10.9.11

 

Millions of workers in Italy took part in a general strike today (Tuesday) against the government’s austerity plans.

 

Panos Garganas: Greece: more than 200 student occupations resist austerity

2268

 

10.9.11

 

Panos Garganos, editor of Socialist Worker’s sister paper in Greece, explains how students have organised to block the latest pro-market reforms.

 

Anne Alexander: Eyewitness in Cairo: Why protesters stormed the Israeli embassy

2268

 

10.9.11

 

It started when tens of thousands of people flowed into Tahrir Square on Friday – a day they called the "Friday of Correcting the Path of the Revolution".

 

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