“Revealed: how Palestinian leaders gave up on refugees”. There were no two readings which either the quick-glance or the pause-and-reflect-on-it reader could make of the front page headline on 25 January.
Between 22 November and 2 December, nine members, supporters and friends of Workers' Liberty visited Israel and Palestine on a solidarity delegation - discussing and working with Palestinian resistanc
The al-Jazeera/Guardian reports (24-25 January) of leaked documents showing Palestinian peace negotiators offering large concessions to Israel — on Jerusalem and the long-term citizenship of refugees — are not “revelations”.
Historic compromise in South Africa?
The 30th anniversary of the introduction of the contraceptive pill
Poll tax: 12 million defy the law
France's Front National
Labour: towards a one-faction party?
A tale of two industrial struggles: ambulance workers, and engineering
Israel/Palestine: influx and intifada
Northern Ireland: Ulster says maybe.
Workers' Liberty 14 Forum section
How not to fight the poll tax; Trotsky on Zionism; Hitler, Stalin, and art.
A symposium on the nature of the Stalinist states: Martin Thomas; Stan Crooke; Duncan Chapple, Pete Keenlyside, and others; Sean Matgamna.
On 17 April 2009, at the weekly demonstration against the separation Wall in the West Bank village of Bil'in, 29 year old protester Bassem Abu Rahmah was killed when a high velocity tear gas canister was fired directly into his chest by an Israeli soldier.
GAZAN YOUTH’S MANIFESTO FOR CHANGE
Fuck Hamas. Fuck Israel. Fuck Fatah. Fuck UN. Fuck UNWRA. Fuck USA!
Pro-Palestinian activists enduring long, unjust prison sentences in Israel is an all too frequent reminder of the grim reality there, with any resistance to Israel's occupation of Palestine quickly an
The first Palestinian intifada, the uprising that began in December 1987, left deep marks on Israeli society. Commentators often dwell on the growth of the far-right and Jewish fundamentalism. But there has been a parallel development on the left, as Adam Keller, an Israeli socialist who visited Britain in 1989, was keep to point out.
In the debate between Sean Matgamna and Jim Higgins (Workers’ Liberty June 1996; July 1996; September 1996; February/March 1997) both sides have, in passing, invoked Hal Draper in their defence.