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Frontpage: Cartoon row: the issue is racism

1987

 

11.2.06

 

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Cartoon row: Stop anti-Muslim hatred: The issue is racism

1987

1

11.2.06

 

This is not about “freedom of speech”. It’s not about a “war of civilisations”. It’s about racism. Anyone who doubts that need look no further than the right wing Danish paper that commissioned the notorious anti-Muslim cartoons last September.

 

Alex Callinicos: Freedom to spread hate?

1987

 

11.2.06

 

The furore over the Danish cartoons shows the growth of Islamophobia, writes Alex Callinicos.

 

Simon Basketter: Cartoon caricatures were designed to offend

1987

 

11.2.06

 

Much has been made in recent days of the commitment to free speech in the Danish press. But Jyllands-Posten, the right wing paper that first published the racist caricatures of the prophet Mohammed, refused to print a cartoon of the resurrection of Jesus in 2003. The paper feared that publication of the cartoon would provoke anger among Christians.

 

Greek phone tap scandal erupts

1987

 

11.2.06

 

A huge scandal associated with the “war on terror” is rocking Greece’s Tory government following revelations that about 100 mobile phones, including the prime minister’s, were tapped.

 

Protesting against both imperial powers in 1956

1987

 

11.2.06

 

Socialist historians met in London last week for a conference on 1956, a key year which saw the Suez crisis and a workers’ revolution in Hungary. Stan Newens, the former left wing Labour MP, was a young activist in London at the time. He spoke to Socialist Worker about the impact of that year on working class people.

 

Dave Whyte: The corporate plunder of Iraq

1987

 

11.2.06

 

The looting of Iraq’s oil wealth is unprecedented in the history of corporate crime, writes criminologist Dave Whyte.

 

Philippe Sands: when Bush and Blair set off to war

1987

 

11.2.06

 

New evidence about George Bush and Tony Blair’s drive to go to war against Iraq without a second United Nations (UN) security council resolution or any evidence of weapons of mass destruction was revealed last week.

 

Jane Shallice + Andrew Murray: 15 February 2003: the day two million marched for peace

1987

 

11.2.06

 

Next week sees the third anniversary of the great London demonstration against war in Iraq of 15 February 2003. Andrew Murray, chair of the Stop the War Coalition, and leading anti-war activist Jane Shallice look back.

 

John Game: Cultural relativism

1987

 

11.2.06

 

The notion that Western culture is superior to all others underlies much of the recent debate about ‘integration’, writes John Game.

 

Kelly Hilditch: Edinburgh tenants tell how they fought off privatisation

1987

 

11.2.06

 

Council tenants from Edinburgh spoke to Kelly Hilditch about their recent victory and the fight for more investment they still face.

 

Naz Massoumi: Bush’s hypocrisy over Iranian nuclear plans

1987

 

11.2.06

 

The anti-war movement must resist attempts by US warmongers to ratchet up the pressure on Iran over its nuclear programme, writes Naz Massoumi.

 

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