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Worldwide support

19 Jul 2007

The last week has seen many more activists from around the world signing up in support of Hands Off the People of Iran, reports Steve Cooke

Anti-Kurd jingoism

19 Jul 2007

As the election campaign in Turkey draws to a close, Esen Uslu traces back the reasons for the ruling class obsession with 'national integrity'

Sickening apologetics

12 Jul 2007

SWP member Naz Massoumi addressed the session entitled 'Iran - from revolution to rogue state', reports James Turley

Giving excuses leads to active collaboration

12 Jul 2007

Jim Moody on a new Iranian TV channel which panders to the Iranian state

Green recruits

12 Jul 2007

Steve Cooke reports on the latest from the Hands Off the People of Iran campaign

Anti-imperialism and Tehran

12 Jul 2007

There is a cynically organised media campaign designed to pave the way for further sanctions or selected military strikes. Does that mean we should support the Tehran regime? Speaking at the Marxism fringe, Yassamine Mather - Workers Left Unity Iran - explains the real meaning of anti-imperialism

Petrol rationing sparks protests

05 Jul 2007

After months of hesitation and delay, Iran's islamic rulers this week gave a two-hour warning before imposing fuel rationing for private vehicles. Yassamine Mather comments

Will Alex show?

05 Jul 2007

Steve Cooke reports on the latest news from the Hands Off the People of Iran campaign

More sign up

28 Jun 2007

Steve Cook reports on the latest news from the Hands Off the People of Iran campaign

High spirits, low numbers

28 Jun 2007

Simon Wells reports on the surprisingly small June 24 demonstration in Manchester

Grubby Paul Hampton

28 Jun 2007

Mark Fischer replies to the Alliance for Workers' Liberty's Paul Hampton on the question of the withdrawal of troops from Iraq

Copenhagen launch

21 Jun 2007

Berlin solidarity

21 Jun 2007

Who killed off the movement?

21 Jun 2007

Torab Saleth of Workers Left Unity Iran points the finger at the SWP for its pro-Tehran apologetics

North East to Far East

21 Jun 2007