SF Anti-war Protest on 12th Anniversary of U.S. Invasion of Iraq
Saturday, March 21, 12noon, Powell & Market Streets
Stop Pres. Obama’s new 3-year AUMF – Authorization for Use of Military Force!
End War and Occupation in the Middle East
The Enemy of My Enemy is Not (Necessarily) My Friend: U.S. Imperialism, and IS
As the U.S. government embarks on a new form of the War on Terror, now on the Islamic State (IS), AROC asserts its opposition against all
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
The documentary play Aftermath, based off interviews of Iraqis who had fled Iraq as a result of the violence that had infiltrated their country, recently debuted in San Francisco and will be running from June 7-30 at Stagewerx theater. Originally
By Ali Issa, Originally Posted on Jadaliyya.com ~ Iraqi unions demonstrated yesterday on May Day 2012 at a difficult historical moment. Still operating without a labor law that sanctions their organizing, and under the consolidation of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s
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.