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Obama backs Iraq bombing: No to imperialist intervention!

Written by Nathan Beesley and Adam Booth Friday, 15 August 2014
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isil 1-thIn clinical Psychology, déjà vu is defined as “the experience of perceiving a new situation as if it had occurred before. It is sometimes associated with exhaustion or certain types of mental disorder”.

 

Syria: Why is Assad Advancing?

Written by Mousa Ladqani Thursday, 31 July 2014
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Aleppo Citadel-thIn the Presidential elections held at the beginning of June, Assad was declared the winner with 88.7% of the vote. That is not surprising considering the nature of the regime. However, in spite of the fact that these were in no way “free” elections, and that many people could not vote as they were in refugee camps beyond the borders of the country, what emerged was that a significant section of the population is backing Assad. Why is this?

 

An Ordinary Day in Gaza

Written by J.Escribano Wednesday, 30 July 2014
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Stop criminal attack on Gaza!

Written by Fred Weston Friday, 18 July 2014
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Israel-Palestine-Bombs-July-2014-thYesterday, the Israeli army embarked on a ground offensive into Gaza. Journalists on the ground have described the initial stages of the land invasion, recounting scenes of terror as Gaza is pounded by tank, cannons, airstrikes and missiles fired from Israeli warships off the coast. Israeli forces are bombing Gaza from the air, sea, and land.

 

Israel's criminal shelling of Gaza and imperialist hypocrisy

Written by Francesco Merli Saturday, 12 July 2014
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Israel-Palestine-Bombs-July-2014-thA storm of bombs and fire grotesquely denominated “Operation Protective Edge” has been unleashed by the Israeli government on the civilian population of Gaza. Over the last days more than 400 tonnes of high potential bombs have hit targets within the densely populated Gaza Strip, killing at least 100 civilians, including many children, and injuring hundreds.

   

Iraq falling apart: the forces behind the insurgency

Written by Fred Weston Friday, 20 June 2014
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militiamen-thThe speed with which large swathes of Iraqi territory have fallen to a relatively small force of armed militias begs the question as to how this was possible. The Iraqi armed forces were numerically much superior to the groups who took over towns such as Mosul in the north. The army actually melted away. This cannot be explained simply by referring to armed Islamic groups. Something deeper is going on.

 

Civil war and black reaction in Iraq: a Frankenstein's monster of imperialism raises its head

Written by Niklas Albin Svensson and Hamid Alizadeh Friday, 13 June 2014
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isil 1-thOn Tuesday, the Islamisc fundamentalist group ISIS captured Mosul, one of the key cities in Northern Iraq and then proceeded South towards Baghdad, capturing several important cities on the way. Hundreds of thousands have already fled fearing their lives under the rule of this reactionary group. This spectre of barbarism rising on the horizon, is the direct result of the cynical adventures of American imperialism.

   

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