Socialist Worker

Radical unity on the menu

Issue No. 1931

ABOUT 240 people packed into the community hall of the North London Mosque in Wightman Road, Haringey, on Saturday of last week.

They were treated to a meal organised jointly by the mosque and Haringey Respect.

Abdul Ali, chair of the mosque committee, welcomed everyone who wanted to fight against injustice at home and abroad.

Respect executive member Sait Akgul described how Respect had grown out of the anti-war movement. European election candidate Gary McFarlane spoke movingly about the need for solidarity with Palestine.

The high turnout and the mood of unity were inspiring—as was the £1,600 raised for the Respect general election campaign fund.
Simon Hester, convenor Haringey Respect


OVER 120 people came to Swansea’s Guildhall last week to support the cause of a free Palestine. The meeting was organised by Respect.

John Rose, author of The Myths of Zionism, spoke about the roots of the decades-old oppression of the Palestinian people.

He explained the need for the millions of expelled Palestinian refugees to be allowed to return to their homeland.
Huw Pudner


If you enjoy Socialist Worker, please consider giving to our annual appeal to make sure we can maintain and develop our online and print versions of Socialist Worker. Go here for details and to donate.

Article information

News
Sat 11 Dec 2004, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1931
Share this article


Tags



Mobile users! Don't forget to add Socialist Worker to your home screen.