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The Workers’ Egypt is Not the Same Old Egypt

by Ahmad Fatemi (This article was first published in Farsi in “Anternasional” # 424.) On Saturday, the 22nd of October, an Egyptian army officer beat up a worker. Do you remember what they have said about revolutions and the effects they have on people and their culture? Nine months ago, beating up a worker never, … Continue reading

Activists in Washington DC Join Cities Worldwide in Protest Action to Support Workers in Iran on November 6, 2011

5  November 2011, Washington DC— Activists in Washington DC join over 30 cities worldwide on Sunday 6 November 2011 to support workers in Iran, who are under tremendous pressure: – Arrests of labor leaders and activists continue, with numerous activists being sentenced to long prison terms. Jailed labor leaders and activists include Behnam Ebrahimzadeh, Reza … Continue reading

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