Topic: War and antiwar

  • The uses and abuses of anti-Semitism

    Anti-Semitic attacks are rising in the Trump era, but false charges of anti-Semitism are also used to suppress Palestine solidarity.

  • We stand with the hunger strikers

    A U.S. solidarity organization joins workers across the world in standing with Palestinian prisoners who have been on hunger strike.

  • Resistance in the face of a regime crackdown

    A U.S. author describes the state of fear she encountered on a visit to Turkey--and the continuing protests against the regime.

  • Not a laughing matter

    The conviction of a protester who laughed during Jeff Sessions' confirmation hearing is symbolic of a wider crackdown on dissent.

  • The hunger strikers need us to speak out

    One in four Palestinian political prisoners in Israeli jails is on a hunger strike, in defiance of all attempts to break their resistance.

  • Trump turns up the terror

    His stepped-up military aggression, from threats against North Korea to the use of the "mother of all bombs," won't stop terrorism, but only fuel it.

  • Anger erupts over Turkey's rigged referendum

    Recep Tayyip Erdoğan claimed victory for his referendum to grab more power, but brazen fraud has led to continuing protests.

  • Does the U.S. want regime change in Syria?

    An award-winning journalist answers our questions about the situation in Syria after Trump's missile strike and what the future could hold.

  • Separating fact from fake news

    Trump has taken the U.S. government practice of lying to a new level, but the left can't start creating its own "alternative facts" to oppose him.

  • Horrified by Trump and Assad

    We condemn the relentless, cruel attacks of the Assad regime, but we also condemn U.S. bombing and military forces in Syria.

  • Donald Trump's aims in Syria

    In a statement, the Alliance of Syrian and Iranian Socialists condemns Trump's missile strike against the Syrian regime.

  • Complicit in the crimes against the Copts

    Once again, Coptic churches are bombed in Egypt, and once again, the military regime of el-Sisi fails to protect Coptic lives.

  • Trump's (in)humanitarian intervention

    Donald Trump is cloaking his order for a missile strike in Syria as striking a blow against a tyrant, but no one should fall for this cynical charade.

  • U.S. missiles won't liberate the Syrian people

    Trump claims he ordered military action in Syria out of "humanitarian" concern, but this same man tried to ban all Syrian refugees indefinitely.

  • Trump takes over the war of terror

    The Trump administration is dramatically escalating air strikes in Iraq and Syria--but it is following a strategy initiated by Obama.

  • No celebration of Israel's occupation

    Activists made it clear that as long as there is celebration of Israeli apartheid at the University of Texas, students will protest it.

  • SJP chapters have the right to say no

    A Students for Justice in Palestine chapter didn't violate the principle of free speech by rescinding an invitation to a guest speaker.

  • The one undemocratic state solution

    Israeli politicians who call for a "one-state solution" in Palestine have a radically different idea in mind compared to the left.

  • The "alternative facts" that led to war on Iraq

    Trump isn't the first president to prefer "alternative facts." Fifteen years ago, George W. Bush paved the road to war with lies.

  • Fear and ignorance defeat a mosque

    A proposal to build a mosque in Bayonne, New Jersey, was blocked by an Islamophobic campaign that made headlines.

  • Zionists and anti-Semites unite?

    Trump's election was followed by a wave of anti-Semitic attacks. So why the warm regard for him among pro-Israel figures?

  • The movement needs to invite debate

    Controversy erupted after a recent decision by an SJP chapter in North Carolina to take back an invitation to a left journalist.

  • We stand with the Yemeni people

    Syrian activists are calling for an end to the war on the people of Yemen, carried out by the U.S.-backed regime of Saudi Arabia.

  • The left can't litigate Trump into submission

    Trump's first travel ban directed at Muslims suffered a stinging legal defeat, but we shouldn't put our faith in a legal strategy.

  • Bringing together militants and the masses

    An organizer of the anti-Trump protest that occupied the Columbus airport reflects on the lessons of that day for struggles to come.