STOP ARMING DICTATORS!
Interview mit dem Journalisten und Aktivisten Hossam el-Hamalawy um die repressive Situation in Ägypten zu verstehen.
Statement by the Revolutionary Socialists, 26 May 2017 The Revolutionary Socialists condemn the latest sectarian massacre in Minya in which 37 women and children were killed. We see new victims, whose only crime was that they belonged to the Christian religion; executioners with the most reactionary ideas, and security services whose only concern is the […]
Statement by the Revolutionary Socialists The abhorrent crime that took the lives of 24 Copts, mostly women and children, shows the criminal and sectarian nature of the terrorist groups who have always targeted Copts and religious minorities. This attack also reveals the indifference of the authorities and their security forces towards the safety of the […]
Sameh Naguib Is there a link between the rise of Trump, his accession to presidency in the United States and the rise of al-Sisi and what he is doing to solidify his rule in Egypt? In my view the answer is yes. We live today in an integrated capitalist world that is still suffering the […]
The rule of counter-revolution moves with insistence towards crushing the lives of the poor and toilers in Egypt. Having already achieved record levels of poverty exceeding 27% of the population, unemployment at 13% and inflation above 14%, the regime has decided to float the Egyptian pound and increase fuel prices on black Thursday, thus multiplying […]
Der Arbeitsrechtler und Aktivist der Revolutionären Sozialisten in Ägypten (RS), Haitham Mohamedain, wurde am 22. April vom Militärregime wegen seiner Beteiligung an den Protesten gegen den Ausverkauf der Inseln Tiran und Sanafir an Saudi-Arabien verhaftet. Aus dem Gefängnis hat er einen Brief an seine Unterstützer_innen verfasst. An die Menschen in Ägypten, an die Jänner-Revolutionäre, an […]
Sameh Naguib This week marks the beginning of the fourth year of the 3 July coup. The events of the last three years have shown, beyond any doubt, that this bloody coup had been planned and prepared by the army’s leadership and big businessmen months before it unfolded, and that the political and popular mobilisation […]
Two years ago, Egyptians were divided between optimists and pessimists as Abdulfattah al-Sisi neared the presidential office. But only halfway through his term, the picture is very different: large sections of the Egyptian people are indignant at his rule that oversees the deterioration of the economic situation, and many voices that defended al-Sisi in 2014 […]