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Communism and the Iraqi Revolution - part three

Written by Benjamin Curry Tuesday, 19 July 2016
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1964 Arab League Summit in Alexandria - From left to right King Hussein Gamal Abdel Nasser Arif Habib Bourguiba and King Hassan ii - Public DomainIn this article Benjamin Curry goes to the roots of the revolutionary history of the Iraqi people which is far from the barbarism which it is often labelled with by the bourgeois media today.

 

Turkey: "Sloppy coup" serves as temporary lifeline for Erdoğan

Written by Hamid Alizadeh Saturday, 16 July 2016
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Coup in Turkey Carlos LatuffDramatic events shook Turkey yesterday as armed troops moved onto the streets of Istanbul and Ankara. They closed down the main airports and bridges while military jets were roaring very low above the cities. A coup was in the works.

 

Communism and the Iraqi Revolution - part two

Written by Benjamin Curry Wednesday, 06 July 2016
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Nuri Al-Said - Public DomainIn this article Benjamin Curry goes to the roots of the revolutionary history of the Iraqi people which is far from the barbarism which it is often labelled with by the bourgeois media today.

   

Communism and the Iraqi Revolution - part one

Written by Benjamin Curry Thursday, 09 June 2016
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1958 revolution in Iraq-public domainIn this article Benjamin Curry goes to the roots of the revolutionary history of the Iraqi people which is far from the barbarism which it is often labelled with by the bourgeois media today.

 

Saudi Vision 2030: the desperate plan of a regime in crisis

Written by Isa Al-Jaza'iri Friday, 13 May 2016
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Mohammed-Bin-Salman-al-Saud Mazen-AlDarrabLast week Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud announced Saudi Vision 2030, an ambitious plan that would see Saudi Aramco, the state oil conglomerate, partially sold off in a move that is supposed to wean the kingdom off of oil revenues by the year 2030.

   

Egypt: The bloody hands of a weak regime

Written by Peter Cork Friday, 01 April 2016
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General Al SisiOn Friday February 5th, the Italian left-wing journal Il Manifesto published a report on a meeting of Egyptian independent trade unionists posthumously credited to one of its contributors in Cairo. Giulio Regeni was a 28-year-old Italian student of the University of Cambridge writing his doctoral thesis in Egypt. His body had been found on a roadside two days earlier, covered head-to-toe in bruises, knife wounds and cigarette burns. His finger and toenails had been yanked out – clear signs that he was tortured before his death.

 

Iran Elections: Heavy blows to hard-liners opens new era in Iranian politics

Written by Hamid Alizadeh Saturday, 05 March 2016
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iran-voting-thumbThe result of the elections for the Iranian parliament and Assembly of Experts marks a shift in the political situation of the country. Under the pressure of the masses the regime is changin its direction, but this will only lead to a new period of instability and an upturn in the class struggle.

   

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