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Free Hisham!

Before his arrest in the early hours of Tuesday the 25th of June 2019, i.e. 545 days ago, journalist Hisham Fouad Abdel Alim has been receiving medical treatment and physiotherapy for back pain due to pathology in his back vertebrae. In prison Hisham received some physiotherapy which has for more than month been stopped as […]

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Against oppression, ostracism and hate: remembering Sara Hegazy

Statement by the Revolutionary Socialists, 16 June, 2020 The Revolutionary Socialists movement mourns the socialist activist Sara Hegazy who left our world yesterday, 15 June. We send solidarity to her comrades, family and loved ones who were not left a single minute to grieve by those who flooded her online obituaries with hateful comments. Describing […]

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Fighting coronavirus: people before profit

Despite the closure of schools, halting of flights, a reduction in workers’ presence in the public sector and government institutions, these and other measures taken by the state to fight the coronavirus epidemic will not be enough to deal with the imminent dangers if the virus continues to spread, particularly given the modest capacity of […]

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The Imminent Crisis and the Economics of Panic

By: Artemis Désobiy Just when we think things can’t possibly get worse, we’re hit with 2020, the year that like most of its predecessors threatens to disrupt our fragile state of human affairs. Because the 2008 crisis didn’t impoverish us enough, the Ebola outbreak of 2014 didn’t traumafy us enough and the insane weather conditions […]

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The stones thrown by protesters in Iraq and Lebanon, not US drone strikes, will end Iranian influence in the region

Statement by the Revolutionary Socialists, 3 January 2020 Once again, US intervention has put a new stumbling block in the path of the rising social movement in the Middle East, simply in order to advance its own imperialist interests. Trump also wants to get out of his domestic crisis by appearing as the hero of […]