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An open letter from Jerusalem - Uriel Kon

Operating Protecting Edge

Uriel Kon is an Argentine born Israeli. He is a writer and publisher and vocal opposer to the Israeli occupation of Palestine. This is a translation of an open letter he published, calling the Jewish community to stand up against Zionism.

Sterling Manor tenants win massive repairs from landlords

Direct action by Seattle residents gets the goods - forcing landlords to spend over $50,000 on fixing mould and decay problems at an apartment block in north Seattle.

Anti-fascists call for boycott of neo-Nazi linked vegan cake shop

Italian neo-Nazis out drinking in Camden

Anti-fascists in London are calling for an active boycott of a vegan cake shop in Camden which they claim has links to a violent gang of Italian neo-Nazis.

Repression in Russia during Spring 2014

Moscow Anarchist Black Cross continue their regular summaries on repressions of anarchists, antifascists, and social activists in Russia, on obstacles which police state creates for our activity.

10 July pay strike in Kirklees

A report of the industrial action by public sector workers in Huddersfield and the surrounding area.

Repression against Crimean activists

Article explaining the political context for the campaign in support of Crimean anti-fascist Alexander Kolchenko (pictured).

"War on the Palaces! Peace to the Cottages!"

Statement of the Kharkiv Autonomous Workers Union members about creation of social and cultural centre.

Support Crimean anarchist Aleksandr Kolchenko, detained on terror charges!

Aleksandr Kolchenko was detained in Crimea on the 17th of May 2014 on suspicion of participation in a "terrorist group," preparation of a terrorist attack, and arson.

Anti-fascists mobilise against Polish neo-Nazis

Anti-fascists in Markfield Park

Anti-fascists from across London are mobilising to oppose the Polish neo-Nazis responsible for attacking a music event in Tottenham and stabbing an attendee over the weekend.

War against war! - statement on Ukraine

Statement by leftists and anarchists on the confrontation in Ukraine, arguing for working class internationalism and against supporting either the Ukrainian government or pro-Russian factions.