Title Created Date Author
Wave of protests in Iraq 10 January 2019 Mina Samaadi
Protests in southern Iraq rock the rotten establishment 29 July 2018 Meisam Sharifi
Election in Iraq reveals deep seated anger against the Establishment 06 June 2018 Meisam Sharifi
Earthquake in Iran reveals the incompetence of the regime 22 November 2017 Liza Roy
All the powers gang up against Iraqi Kurds 29 September 2017 Hamid Alizadeh
Anti-war demonstration in Warsaw, Poland: Big thirst for ideas as the movement develops 25 March 2003 In Defence of Marxism
Italy and Sweden: The masses are on the streets 25 March 2003 Despite the propaganda of the mass media, millions of workers and youth have flooded onto the streets of cities all around the world to protest against the attack on Iraq. On Friday Greece was brought to a standstill by a massive 4 hour general strike. More than 150,000 people demonstrated in Athens, in addition to tens of thousands around Greece, while airports, banks, public services, public transport, ferry boats and passenger ships, supermarkets and stores were shut down as a result of the strike.
Greece and Portugal: hundreds of thousand of workers and youth on the streets against the imperialist war 25 March 2003 Thursday morning (March 20) once the general public heard that the imperialist war against Iraq had broken out, tens of thousands of school students left the schools spontaneously and marched from every district of Athens to Sindagma (Constitution) Square. At the same time thousands of university students left their faculties and together with thousands of other people they flooded to the square and then a huge demonstration marched to the American Embassy, which is about three kilometres to the North East of the town.
Europe: NO to War on Iraq - the masses are on the streets 01 March 2003 In Defence of Marxism