Islamism, terrorism and Palestinian liberation

Jeremy Dewar asks whether Hamas is ‘just another terrorist organisation’.

Jeremy Dewar  ·  28 November 2023

Mass Murder in Christchurch – down with racist terror!

The terrorist killing of 50 Muslims in New Zealand is the latest horrifying testimony to the rise of violent racism worldwide.

Workers Power  ·  18 March 2019

International solidarity against imperialism and terrorism

ISLAMIC STATE has claimed responsibility for the terrorist attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils, which killed 13 people and wounded more than 100. The whole working class movement should stand united in condemning these indiscriminate acts of terror and extend our sympathy and solidarity to the families, friends and bystanders traumatised by these horrific events. The […]

Workers Power  ·  18 August 2017

Islamic State attacks are the bitter fruit of UK imperialism’s ‘war on terror’.

Seven people were killed and dozens more injured in the terrorist attack that targeted ordinary people enjoying Saturday evening around London Bridge and Borough Market.

Workers Power  ·  06 June 2017

Manchester Arena: the war on terror has turned all civilians into targets

At least 22 people, including young children, have been killed and 59 injured in a suicide bombing

Workers Power  ·  23 May 2017

Terror at home and abroad

Islamic State has claimed responsibility for Wednesday's terrorist attack in which five people were killed and dozens injured in Westminster. Two civilians, Aysha Frade and Kurt Cochran, were killed on Westminster Bridge and police officer Keith Palmer was stabbed to death near Parliament, before the attacker, Khalid Masood, was shot by police. Leslie Rhodes, a […]

Workers Power  ·  24 March 2017

The murder of Jean Charles de Menezes: 10 years on

by KD Tait, 22 July 2015 Note: An edited version of this article was first published on the Left Unity website On 22 July 2005, Jean Charles de Menezes was shot dead by anti-terrorist police in a tube carriage at Stockwell underground station. The operation was carried out two weeks after the 7/7 bombings as […]

Workers Power  ·  22 July 2015

An anti-imperialist movement is the answer to Islamist terrorism

Political Committee, 28 June 2015 Workers Power condemns the 26 June terrorist attack by gunmen claiming allegiance to Daesh (Isis), which resulted in the deaths of at least 37 holidaymakers in the vacation resort of Sousse in Tunisia, many of whom appear to be British. Nothing can justify such attacks, as also was the case […]

Workers Power  ·  28 June 2015

Woolwich: the War on Terror on our doorstep

This is a horrific act, committed in front of ordinary civilians, women and children. We sympathise with the family of the victim and those traumatised by witnessing such appalling scenes. But London Mayor Boris Johnson’s claim that it has nothing to do with British foreign policy and the claim that British soldiers are bravely defending us […]

Workers Power  ·  23 May 2013

Ten years since 9/11

Rix Bragg reflects on the legacy of 9/11 ten years on. For those who lived through the events of September the 11th 2001, the great majority will find them hard to forget. As two hijacked commercial airliners were flown into the Twin Towers, one into the Pentagon, and another brought down by passengers over Shanksville, […]

Workers Power  ·  11 September 2011

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