We print US socialist Pham Binh’s criticism of the AWL’s analysis and attitude on Syria.
Tom Unterrainer (Solidarity 274, 13 February) thinks that there is a problem with the AWL National Committee’s recent resolution on Syria.
In responding to my criticism of the resolution passed on Syria at the AWL National Committee on 5 January this year, Colin Foster seizes on one minor aspect of my argument to teach us all a lesson about the tricky business of formulating adequate political slogans.
In the closing weeks of 2012 residents of Bostan al-Qasr, a neighborhood in the Syrian city of Aleppo, were attacked by fighters from the Islamist Jubhat al-Nusra faction of the opposition.
London. Phone 020 7207 3997.
May be moved to 28 June.
Jacksons Lane Community Centre, 269a Archway Road, London N6 5AA (Highgate Tube)
Central London: phone 020 7207 3997 for details
Dales Room, Student Union, Sheffield University
Moors Room, Student Union, Sheffield University