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The Myth of Assad’s Syria as an Anti-Imperialist Regime

by Yossi Schwartz, Internationalist Socialist League (RCIT-Section in Israel/Occupied Palestine), November 2013, www.thecommunists.net and www.the-isleague.com Western imperialists and some Arab states — the so-called “Friends of Syria,” which include the US, France, Britain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Germany, Italy, Jordan, Qatar, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates — would like to impose a transitional government composed […]

Israel and the Coup in Egypt

by Yossi Schwartz Internationalist Socialist League RCIT-Section in Israel/Occupied Palestine 21.8.2013 www.thecommunists.net www.the-isleague.com It is a common knowledge that the Israeli government supports the military coup on 3rd July in Egypt. The senior Israeli writer, Yossi Melman, wrote in one of Israel’s main newspapers, the Jerusalem Post, in this connection:

Egypt: International Solidarity against the Army Crackdown!

Statement of the Revolutionary Communist International Tendency (RCIT) 14.8.2013 (12:00 GMT) www.thecommunists.net 1. The crackdown crackdown of the military-imposed regime against the pro-Morsi mass protests is underway. According to different reports between 300 and 2.200 people have been killed in the first few hours only. The smaller of the two protests, at Nahda Square in […]

Palestine: On the New Round of So-Called Peace Talks

by Yossi Schwartz, Internationalist Socialist League RCIT-Section in Israel/Occupied Palestine) 3.8.2013 www.thecommunists.net and www.the-isleague.com The military coup in Egypt is not only a setback for the Egyptian revolution but for the Palestinians struggle as well. As Fox News has reported: “Egypt’s new government has imposed the toughest border restrictions on the Hamas-run Gaza Strip in […]

Victory to the Revolution in Syria!

The second anniversary of the uprising in Syria by Yossi Schwartz, Internationalist Socialist League (Israel/Occupied Palestine), 15.3.2013 The wave of the Arab revolution that began in Tunisia reached Syria on March 15, 2011, when a group of schoolchildren used a can of spray paint to write on the school wall, the popular slogan of protesters […]