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Frauendemonstration gegen Islamismus in Kidal/Azawad

Posted by entdinglichung - 9. Juni 2012

gefunden auf Le Jura Libertaire, mehr auf Tamazgha:

Les femmes touarègues se révoltent à Kidal

Des centaines de femmes et de jeunes touaregs sont sortis dans les rues de Kidal mardi 5 juin pour dénoncer les islamistes qui veulent s’emparer de la ville et imposer leur loi islamique. Lorsque les barbus d’Ansar Dine ont osé lever leurs mains sur des femmes qu’ils ont frappé avec des bâtons, les manifestants, femmes et jeunes, se sont rués sur les énergumènes et les ont fait fuir.
Des sources locales nous ont informés, sans plus de précisions, que des manifestations ont eu lieu également ce mercredi 6 juin à Kidal.

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Workers Advice Center (WAC-Ma’an): The Future is in the unity of Arab, Migrant and Jewish Workers!

Posted by entdinglichung - 9. Juni 2012

gefunden auf der Webseite des WAC-Ma’an:

The Future is in the unity of Arab, Migrant and Jewish Workers

by Waffa Tiara

The following speech was written for Tel Aviv’s most recent social justice protest this past Saturday. While the speech was ultimately not read aloud, it has been translated for +972 with permission from the author, Wafa Tiara.

Good evening to all protesters,

My name is Wafa Tiara from Kufr Qara, and I am an activist in the Workers Advice Center (WAC-Ma’an). I have come with my friends and colleagues, farmers, construction workers, truck drivers, contract workers in the Antiquities Authority and educational institutions, Palestinians who work in settlements, college lecturers, young people, Jews and Arabs – in order to say to this government loud and clear: We are the voice of this protest, and we demand change!

There are those who claim that we are unclear, that we demand “all sorts of things.” We demand direct employment, not through contractors. We demand pensions. We demand a fair wage, not just minimum wage. We demand job security. We demand education for our children. We demand respect for labor laws. We demand an end to being poor workers. Is that not clear enough?

We are poor workers, and it’s not our fault. We are workers and we are poor because of this government. We are poor because the government wants to keep us poor. Alongside us, 150,000 migrant laborers are licensed to work – Thai workers in agriculture, Chinese workers in construction and Filipinos in nursing. They are modern slaves. Eli Yishai calls for the deportation of the Sudanese because he claims they bring disease. But the same Eli Yishai is also the one to import hundreds of thousands of migrant workers. And do you know why he doesn’t say that they, too, bring disease? Because they pay tens of thousands of dollars to manpower agencies who bring them here to work. And I say: It’s not the sick migrants, but Israeli society that is sick!

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Musik: TV Smith

Posted by entdinglichung - 9. Juni 2012

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