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Generalstreik in Iranisch-Kurdistan

Posted by entdinglichung - 13. Juli 2009

Sowohl omidhabibinia wie auch die Demokratische Partei Kurdistan-Iran (PDKI) berichten von einem erfolgreichen Generalstreik und Protesten am heutigen Tage in den kurdischsprachigen Gebieten des Landes, Anlass ist die Ermordung des damaligen PDKI-Vorsitzenden Abdul-Rahman Ghassemlou sowie zweier weiterer kurdischer Aktivisten, Abdullah Ghaderi Azar und Fadhil Rassul vor 20 Jahren durch den iranischen Geheimdienst in Wien, anzumerken ist noch, dass die beiden Städte Sanandaj und Saqez in Iranisch-Kurdistan Hochburgen der unabhängigen Gewerkschaftsbewegung im Iran sind. omidhabibinia berichtet von Streiks in Mahabad, Bokan, Sardasht und Saqez, nachfolgend dokumentiert das Statement der PDKI:

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General Strike in Iranian Kurdistan

PDKI – Press release

On the 20th anniversary of the assassination of the Kurdish leader and former General-Secretary of the Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan (PDKI), Dr. Abdul-Rahman Ghassmlou, the people of Iranian Kurdistan staged a general strike.

Every year, since the assassination of Dr. Ghassemlou on 13 July 1989 by the Islamic Republic of Iran, the PDKI has called on the Kurdish nation in Iranian Kurdistan to commemorate Dr. Ghassemlou as well as to condemn the Islamic regime’s policies of assassination and terrorism by engaging in various forms of peaceful political protest.

This year, like previous years, the markets, shopping centres and individual shops all over Iranian Kurdistan were closed. Furthermore, the inhabitants of Iranian Kurdistan have assembled in large numbers dressed in traditional Kurdish clothes to symbolically express their condemnation of the assassination of Dr. Ghassemlou by the Islamic Republic of Iran.

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Iran-Update 13.07. 2009 – Marg Bar Jomhuriye Eslami!

Posted by entdinglichung - 13. Juli 2009

Weitere Artikel zum Thema auf dieser Seite unter https://entdinglichung.wordpress.com/category/iran/:

1.) Seiten mit regelmässig aktualisierter Berichterstattung: Revolutionary Road, News from the struggles in Iran (HOPI), Révolution en Iran, Rise of The Iranian People und LabourStart.

2.) Aus dem heutigen Update von Revolutionary Road:

* At Babol industrial Uni, 16 people were summoned to the disciplinary committee and detained students are in a situation that should be concerned.
* Three men were hanged on Sunday in the town of Arak in central Iran!
* In Saqez city on Saturday security forces attacked and inspected political activists houses and arrested 32 citizens whom are former political activists.
* In recent protests across the country Kermanshah citizens also have had some gatherings in defferent days.Tens of Kermanshah people were arrested in these protests.Some of detained people have been transfered to Dizel Abad Prison and into the dangerous prisoners part.Kermanshahi detainees names are as follows: 1.Reza Tavakoli 2. Mohammad Ayoubi 3. Mansour Moradi 4. Ayyoub Nasiri 5. Foad Rahnama 6.Hiva Haji7. Nasrin Kargar 8.Rojin Yeganeh 9. Bahman Mortazavi 10.Shahram Bijani.
* People in Tehran are continuing to honk their horns at the sight of Basijis – and chanting anti-government slogans while speeding away. Many people drive with their headlights on. Reports indicate that many Basijis are quitting their jobs and are being replaced by fresh recruits, many of them under 18. People travelling to Iran are being targeted at the airport upon entry and are being forced to divulge their Twitter and Facebook accounts so the government can monitor their online activity.

3.) Zwei weitere vom Regime ermordete Menschen, der Abiturient Sohrab A’arabi (Tehran) und der Journalist Mehrdad Heydari (Mashad), Human Rights Activists in Iran listet eine Reihe repressiver Massnahmen der vergangenen Wochen auf:

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– June 13 – Special anti-riot forces and vigilante group Ansar-e-Hezbollah attacked the dormitories of the Technical University of Isfahan and detained 60 students. They took students to an undisclosed location.
– June 14 – Chief of Tehran police, Commander Ahmad Reza Radan, announced that 170 demonstrators were arrested and that arrest warrants for the main plotters of the demonstrations were issued.
– June 15 – The police and security forces attacked a group of civilians and detained scores of people in the city of Zahedan.
– June 15 – Security forces went to men and women dormitories of the University of Tabriz and detained 10 students. They took the students to an undisclosed location.
– June 16 – More than 150 students of University of Mazandaran, who were having a sit-in protest, were beaten and detained. Vigilantes and plain clothes security forces took turns attacking the students with batons, daggers and clubs.
– June 17 – Prosecutor of Tabriz, Yahya Mirza Mohammadi, announced that 50 to 60 demonstrators were detained on charges of disturbing the peace and unlawful assembly.
– June 17 – Prosecutor of Isfahan, Mohammad Reza Habibi, announced that the security forces detained 200 demonstrators.
– June 17 – Prosecutor of Zanjan, Jafar Golmohammadi, announced that 30 demonstrators were detained by the security forces.
– June 17 – One person died and forty 45 got injured after security forces opened fire on demonstrators in Isfahan. Many of the injured had eye and head injuries and were hospitalized at Shariati hospital.
– June 17 – Two hundred students were detained after a raid on University of Tehran dormitories. A university official told Mehr news agency that 80 of these students were released later.
– June 18 – More than 100 prominent civic leaders of Tabriz were detained after demonstrations.
– June 18 – In Zanjan 7 people were detained after demonstrations. Prosecutor Jafar Golmohammadi told ISNA news agency that in the past week 23 people had been arrested. He said most of them were freed on their own recognizance.
– June 18 – Twenty students were detained in Hamadan. An official of Mr. Mehdi Karrubi’s presidential campaign confirmed this report.
– June 18 – One hundred students of University of Mazandaran were detained on Tuesday June 16 demonstrations. Eleven were still detained at the time of the report.
– June 19 – Amirullah Shamaghdari, police and security chief of Khurasan Razavi province, announced that 86 demonstrators were detained by the security forces.
– June 19 – One hundred and fifty students of University of Semnan were detained after a protest gathering.
– June 19 – Chief prosecutor of Lorestan province, Zabihullah Khodaian, announced the arrest of an undisclosed number of demonstrators in Khorramabad.
– June 20 – Commander of NAJA (police) reported that 400 police were injured in June 19 demonstrations.
– June 21 – Chief Ahmad Reza Radan announced that 457 demonstrators were arrested on June 20th.
– June 21 – Radan also confirmed that 10 civilians died and 100 injured in demonstrations.
– June 22 – Security forces raided the offices of the newspaper Kalameh Sabz (Green Word) and detained 25 workers. Presidential candidate Mir Husayn Musavi is the publisher of Kalameh Sabz.
– June 24 – Mir Husayn Musavi met with the members of the Islamic Organization of University Instructors. Seventy of the instructors were detained after this meeting.
– June 25 – Commander of Siyyid-u-Shuhada army of Tehran, a vigilante group associated with the government, said that 300 of his vigilantes were injured and 8 died in countering street demonstrations.
– June 27 – Police detained more than 20 women who had gathered in Laleh Park in protest against the police violence and recent detentions.
– June 30 – The prosecutor of Isfahan announced the release of 280 people after the recent demonstrations.
– July 1 – Police chief announced that his forces had detained 1034 people during the post-election demonstrations. He said other arrests were done by vigilantes and security forces.
– July 1 – Commander of NAJA (police) announced that 20 “rioters” were killed in the recent demonstrations. „

4.) Offenbar hat das Regime trotz materieller Anreize Probleme, genügend Schläger zu rekrutieren, wie Revolutionary Road berichtet:

„Tehran Times : „Tehran police is planning to set up a 50,000-strong special constable-like force called the ‚honorary police officers‘ to provide assistance to the police support units.“

By public call for this so-called job opportunity we can come to this conclusion as well, they seriously do not have enough repression forces and also there is no one has left from insiders (People whom belong to Islamic regime and their relatives) to be trained so this is their last option.“

5.) Aus zwei Texten aus der Solibewegung zur Kritik der Ahmadinejad-VersteherInnen:

* Iran, Israel und nationalbolschewistischer Antizionismus auf Cosmoproletarian Solidarity

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Kritik an dem Staat Israel ist nicht per se antisemitisch, doch der instinktsichere Fokus auf den Zionismus als „Todfeind der Völker“ bei gleichzeitiger Inbrunst für die „Nation“ und „nationale Souveränität“, also für die Herrschaft tugendterroristischer und antisemitischer Regime wie der Islamischen Republik Iran, ist wahrhaft antisemitisch. Kommunistische Ehrensache ist die konsequente Distanzierung von antizionistischen Eiferern, die sich nebenbei an Nation und Staat erquicken, und die Verteidigung Israels vor antisemitischer Anfeindung. Die Solidarität mit jenen Israelis, die aus der vorgesehenen Rolle des nationalistischen, loyalen Staatsbürgers ausbrechen und die Hoffnung auf die antinationale Vergeschwisterung der Menschen zu erhalten versuchen, ist gleichsam geboten.

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* Marxists Must Stand Firm Against Ahmadinejad. Open letter to the workers of Venezuela on Hugo Chávez’s support for Ahmadinejad von Maziar Razi:

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The close and regular links of your leader, Chávez, with the leaders of this regime will eventually make the Iranian masses turn their back on the great lessons of the revolutionary process in Venezuela. Winning the hearts and minds of the masses in Iran and similar countries is the best long-term solution to breaking Washington’s stranglehold on Latin America. Your leader’s closeness with the capitalist government of Iran, a government that has the blood of thousands of workers and youth on its hands, shows that his anti-imperialist foreign policy has a major flaw. Being close to reactionary regimes will never be able to bring the anti-imperialist foreign policy to a successful conclusion. Only the unity of the real representatives of the workers and toilers can confront imperialism.

Stand together with the Iranian workers and condemn the foreign policy of your leaders. Support for Ahmadinejad means support for the repression of Iranian workers and youth. Challenge the flawed positions of Chávez and reject them. Support for the government of Ahmadinejad, especially after the recent events, is at worst an open betrayal of the toilers of Iran and at best a political blunder in foreign policy.“

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Left (Februar 1941, Nr. 53)

Posted by entdinglichung - 13. Juli 2009

Die Februar-Ausgabe 1941 (Nr. 53) der britischen linkssozialistischen Zeitschrift Left (pdf-Datei, 3,58mb), mit Artikeln von Michael Foot (Labour-Linke), Charles Pigott (englischer Jakobiner, †1794), Luis Araquistáin (PSOE-Linke), Wenzel Jaksch (DSAP der Tschechoslowakei), Hans Rocker, Julián Gorkin (POUM) und Jawaharlal Nehru; Schwerpunktthema der Ausgabe ist „Can Britain organise Europe?

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