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Frontpage: Resist Israel’s murder of Gaza

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10.1.09

 

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Ken Olende: Resist Israel’s murder of Gaza

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10.1.09

 

Socialist Worker interviews Palestinians in Gaza City about the horror of the Israeli attack

 

Round-up of Gaza protests across Britain

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10.1.09

 

The scale of the protests around Britain have shown the depth of the anger against Israel’s actions.

 

Sadie Robinson: Huge protest stands with the Palestinians

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10.1.09

 

Fury has exploded onto the streets of Britain in response to Israel’s barbaric assault on Gaza. Big demonstrations in solidarity with the Palestinian people have taken place in towns and cities across the country.

 

Bassem Chit: Targeting the Arab rulers over inaction on Israel

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10.1.09

 

Demonstrations and sit-ins have been organised daily in Beirut and other cities in Lebanon since the beginning of Israel’s aggression against Gaza.

 

Simon Assaf: Israel's strategy of terror against Gaza

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10.1.09

 

When it comes to war Israel has a single, simple strategy. Trap millions of people between tanks and warplanes. Cut off all food, water and electricity. Then systematically bring buildings down on their heads.

 

In brief: Hamas's history of resistance

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10.1.09

 

"The situation now taking place in Gaza was caused by Hamas," announced George Bush as the Israeli army battered its way into the Gaza Strip.

 

In brief: West Bank police repress Gaza solidarity protests

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10.1.09

 

Socialist Worker has received a message from a Palestinian activist living in the West Bank. He wishes to remain anonymous for fear of retribution.

 

Alex Callinicos: Barack Obama is already tied to Israel

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10.1.09

 

So what is Israel trying to achieve with its assault on Gaza? And what role is being played by the US and its outgoing and incoming presidents?

 

Chris Bambery: Economic instability brings more danger of violent conflict

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4

10.1.09

 

As the global recession deepens, competing states will continue to look to their military power to assert their dominance.

 

Chris Bambery: Recession and war have been linked in the past

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4

10.1.09

 

The Great Depression of the 1930s was preceded by the drying up of credit and the development of a trade war.
Hostilities initially emerged between Britain and the US, the two greatest global powers of the era.

 

Simon Basketter: Gordon Brown’s ‘public works’ job plan doesn’t add up

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10.1.09

 

Gordon Brown pledged this week that up to 100,000 jobs could be created by planned public works in the coming years.
The government insists that a £10 billion capital programme – including the acceleration of existing plans – will help alleviate rising unemployment.

 

Retail: Sign of the times as high street chains go bust

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5

10.1.09

 

The last 200 Woolworths stores were closing down as Socialist Worker went to press.
The 27,000 Woolworths workers facing the dole were offered “help” from the “business community” through a website dedicated to finding them jobs.

 

In figures: Household debt and repossessions on the rise

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5

10.1.09

 

The average household debt increases by over £6.30 every day

 

Siân Ruddick: Radical Wales: Raising the red flag for workers’ rights

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6

10.1.09

 

A series of struggles in the early 19th century shook the status quo in Wales, writes Siân Ruddick on the first part of our new series.

 

Matthew Cookson: ‘We are still on the streets in Greece’

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10.1.09

 

Protests and strikes are leading to a growing radicalisation and increasing the pressure on the Greek government.

 

Student occupations sweep Spain

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6

10.1.09

 

A wave of occupations swept Spanish universities last month as students protested against privatisation in education.

 

Letters

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10.1.09

 

Legal aid cuts hit poor | Get police off our streets | De Menezes – questions to answer | Bank ‘sweeteners’ leave sour taste | Revolution? | Wrong about Che and Fidel? | Sack MPs who failed us | Reject Taggart slur on miners | Probation officers | Bigotry from Pope | Lapdancing

 

Palestine and Israel – questions and answers on a conflict made by the West

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10.1.09

 

Socialist Worker answers key questions on the role of imperialism in creating Israeli-Arab wars

 

Richard Seymour: Israel and the media – twisted by propaganda

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9

10.1.09

 

On 28 December, Israel bombed a truck in Gaza, killing several bystanders. The Israeli army celebrated this strike by publishing video footage of it on its YouTube page.
It claimed the truck was being used by Hamas activists who were seen loading rockets onto it.

 

Mark Brown: Harold Pinter: playwright of genius and commitment

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10.1.09

 

Mark Brown celebrates the work and left wing politics of Harold Pinter, the great playwright who died last month

 

Michael Rosen: Adrian Mitchell 1932-2008: A poet who responded to the politics of the moment

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10.1.09

 

Michael Rosen looks back at the life of radical poet Adrian Mitchell

 

James Supple: Film: A melodrama not an epic ("Australia")

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10.1.09

 

Australia. Directed by Baz Luhrmann
Baz Luhrmann’s new film is set in the late 1930s in remote northern Australia. Luhrmann has styled Australia as an oldfashioned Hollywood epic, based on a love story between British aristocrat Lady Sarah Ashley and a drover—a horseman who works driving cattle across the outback.

 

Editorial: The ‘nasty’ Tory party shows its true colours

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10.1.09

 

David Cameron has torn up his pledge to back Gordon Brown’s spending plans that were drawn up in response to the recession.

 

Editorial: New Labour backs Israel’s killing in Gaza

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12

10.1.09

 

Gordon Brown and other European leaders have called for a ceasefire in Gaza. This contrasts with the fervent backing that the dying US administration of George Bush has given to Israel’s invasion.
Yet the gap between the British and US approaches is, in reality, not so great.

 

Editorial: Medal for Tony Blair is another low for George Bush

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10.1.09

 

George Bush is to award Tony Blair – along with former Australian prime minister John Howard and Colombian president Alvaro Uribe – with the laughingly titled Presidential Medal of Freedom.

 

Yuri Prasad: Films show a history of black unity in Britain

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10.1.09

 

Yuri Prasad takes a look at an inspiring series of films made in the 1980s about the struggles of black people in Britain against racism.

 

Neil Faulkner: Protectionism: can it help us survive?

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10.1.09

 

As the world economy sinks further into recession, Neil Faulkner looks at protectionism, one ruling class solution to the crisis, and finds it unable to deal with the problems.

 

Angela McCormick: Obituary: Gary Kelly 1963-2008

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10.1.09

 

Gary Kelly, a lifelong socialist and member of the Socialist Workers Party for 25 years, died in hospital on 22 December aged 45

 

Esme Choonara: First blows in 2009 London bus battle

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16

10.1.09

 

Some 300 of the lowest paid bus workers in London struck for 24 hours on Monday of this week. These were the opening shots in this year’s battle for better pay across the capital.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Chemilines workers set for new strike action

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10.1.09

 

Some 120 mostly Asian women workers at Chemilines pharmaceuticals factory in north west London are set to take a second day of strike action on Wednesday of this week.

 

Horror and lies as Israel deliberately bombs UN schools full of children (online only)

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10.1.09

 

As Socialist Worker went to press yesterday details emerged of Israel’s worst atrocity yet in its murderous military campaign against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
The Israel Defence Forces shelled the Fakhura school in Jabalya refugee camp, killing at least 40 including many children.

 

Ian Birchall: Obituary: Brian Pearce 1915-2008: Historian of the Rank and File online only

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10.1.09

 

Brian Pearce, who died recently, was a socialist intellectual and activist over eight decades, having joined the Communist Party (CP) in 1934.

 

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