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Falling Arab dictatorships and Israeli government panic

The walls are crumbling. The walls behind which dictators indulge in decadent opulence while "their" people are mired in wretched circumstance. The walls behind which "leaders" secretly sell -- for personal gain -- the rights of the people they claim to represent.

Across North Africa and the Middle East, across the Arab world, for decades dictatorship and deepening corruption, firmly supported by imperial powers, seemed beyond challenge. Today, once "stable" regimes are now facing a popular reckoning.

From the vantage point of Palestine, there are three new dynamics.


We support the Tunisian struggle

Friday, January 14th 2011

The associations and organizations signing the present declaration strongly condemn the violent repression by the Tunisian government of the current demonstrations by citizens that the country is now witnessing. We stand with the far-ranging expressions of dismay and international solidarity to demand an immediate cease-fire by the government in Tunis. We support the legitimate demands of Tunisians for respect of their rights to dignity and their democratic freedoms as enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.


MAWO PUBLIC FORUM: Imperialists Hands Off Tunisia!

Tuesday, August 20, 2013 - 7:00pm - 11:00pm


Joe's Cafe
1150 Commercial Dr. at William St
Vancouver, BC
49° 16' 26.9652" N, 123° 4' 9.9912" W

>> Imperialists Hands Off Tunisia!
Political Report from Two Women Organizers in Tunisia through Videoconference

Facilitated by: Janine Solanki – Co-Chair of MAWO &
Alison Bodine – MAWO Executive Committee Member
TUESDAY August 20
Joe's Cafe [In Large North Hall]
1150 Commercial Dr. at William St
Multimedia – Speakers – Discussion
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A participant's account of the World Social Forum in Tunisia

Photo: Amine Ghrabi / flickr

"This was like a dream come true," said a radiant Sossi Mohamed Sadek, a Tunisian second year engineering student who was one of the hundreds of local volunteers at the World Social Forum in Tunis. "To see our university overflowing with over 50,000 people from Africa, Europe, Latin America, the United States, the Middle East -- it was extraordinary. I came away with new ideas and new friends that will surely have a great impact on my life."


The roundtable conversation begins.
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Blue Planet Project water campaigner Meera Karunananthan introduces the day.
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Tunisia confirmed as host for World Social Forum 2013

The following declaration was issued in Hammamet, Tunisia, during the second international preparatory meeting of the World Social Forum (WSF) 2013. 

The World Social Forum Dignity-Karama will take place as foreseen in Tunis, from the 26th to the 30th of March 2013. The active involvment of movements, organizations, trade unions, platforms and networks from Tunisia, Maghreb, Machrek, Sub-saharan African, Americas, Europe and from all over the world is allowing us to hope a successful, popular and dynamic Forum. 


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