RISE UP: IRAQ
By Ali Issa
The street that your question describes as ‘quiet’ is actually silent only as a result of repression, especially after the protests of February 2011 when the authorities revealed their violence openly-using the army to
General Meeting & Public Forum
Libya, North Africa & the “Middle East”
Thursday, February 7th
518 Valencia St
With a focus on North Africa, this month’s forum will include a discussion on recent developments in Libya
by Samia Errazzouki, originally appears on Jadaliyya.
When Tunisia and Libya began exhibiting what appeared to be the early stages of a popular uprising, some analysts and commentators turned to Morocco, the only remaining kingdom in North Africa, and
Arab community and allies: Join us in marking the one year anniversary of Egypt’s revolution and honoring all the Arab revolutions of 2011. This is a time for us to be together to reflect on the transformations we have witnessed
By:Rami El-Amine and Mostafa Henaway– www.leftturn.org
July 7, 2011
No matter how it unfolds, the Egyptian revolution will go down in the history books as a defining moment in the 21st century. Millions of Egyptians brought down one of the
Originally posted: http://iraqleft.wordpress.com, by Ali Issa. On March 22nd, 5 Iraqi grassroots organizations announced an initiative that will target “the occupier and its agents”, that’s to say: US military bases and Iraq’s Maliki-led government.
AROC will be co-hosting ‘Voices from the Arab Meedan: A meeting point between Arab revolutionaries and Bay Area community’ with Meedan (http://news.meedan.net/). What makes this event stand out, is that it is an interactive event, and not a static panel!
Today Mubarak has been forced out of presidency. We must continue to stand by the Egyptian people to force out the entire Mubarak regime and usher in a truly popular and democratic leadership. We honor those who have ushered in