As riots threaten to topple government control in the wake of the Beirut explosion Freedom talks to a Lebanese radical who is witnessing another side of the event – society-wide, grassroots solidarity that has inspired them to become an anarchist. — The blast which destroyed Beirut’s docks and devastated the city on August 4th has
Sheer violence breaking out from the police towards protesters again.
On Monday 19th February, the High Court ruled that it wouldn’t allow the legal case against the UK government over arms sales to Israel to proceed.
Forced mobilisation is supported by all those whom it does not affect.
So, no matter how much we, as anarchists, rightly criticise Navalny, for us, his death is the murder by the state of a political opponent of the regime.
On Monday, a group of over 100 protesters blockaded two sites of Israel's largest weapons manufacturer, Elbit Systems, shutting them both down for over 5 hours in spite of a heavy police presence.