September 17
Suzanne Goldenberg in Jerusalem and Ewen MacAskill | European countries, including Britain, fear that Israel is using the international focus on events in the U.S. as a cover for punitive actions against the Palestinians that contravene international l
September 16
Anthony Browne | While parts of the crowds sung patriotic songs, other sections retorted with choruses of John Lennon's "Give Peace a Chance." Hundreds of people wandered around carrying placards protesting against w
September 16
Edward Said | Collective passions are being funnelled into a drive for war that uncannily resembles Captain Ahab in pursuit of Moby Dick, rather than what is going on - an imperial power injured at home for the fi
rabble news September 14
Craig Segal | Laith Marouf and Tom Keefer were expelled and banned from Concordia University after they were accused of scuffling with security guards there. The school's student union says the students have been
September 14
Rick Salutin | You can't hunt it down because no country is its home; its home is despair, delusion and faith in values such as cosmic war and an afterlife. You can't "make them pay"; they're already dead. You can'
September 13
Laura Flanders | Today, George W. Bush declared this is, "the first war of the 21st century." But no nation has declared a war on the United States. The hi-jack of four commercial airlines is not an act of war, it's
September 12
Geoffrey York | Within minutes of yesterday's terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington, U.S. defence officials were facing their first volley of tough questions. Why were they pouring massive resources into
September 12
rabble staff | The United Nations has begun pulling its staff out of Afghanistan in the wake of yesterday's attacks on the United States.
September 12
Michael Moore | We abhor terrorism - unless we're the ones doing the terrorizing. We paid and trained and armed a group of terrorists in Nicaragua in the 1980s who killed over 30,000 civilians. That was our work. Th
September 12
Geov Parrish | Former U.S. secretary of state Al Haig was interviewed by CNN's Judy Woodruff. He decried those who might "quibble," based on "a misguided sense of social justice," with a U.S. response that takes in
September 12
rabble staff | New York's Mayor Rudy Giuliani confirmed reports that people trapped in the remains of the two huge office towers had been using their cellphones to call for help.
September 11
Judy MacDonald | Main news sites are being choked with traffic. If you are anxious for the latest on what's going on in the United States, please take a look at our <a href=http://www.rabble.ca/babble/ultimatebb.cgi?
September 11
CBC News Staff | Two jet planes have crashed into the World Trade Center in New York City, leaving a gaping hole in the skyscraper, with black smoke pouring out.
September 10
Judy Rebick | So many white folks say they oppose racism. They just don't want to hear about it from its victims.
September 10
Brian Whitaker | (Please note the date of this article: <b>Monday</b>, September 10.)<br>Five hundred Websites - many of them with an Arab or Muslim connection - crashed last Wednesday when an anti-terrorism taskforc
September 7
Pam Kapoor | Welfare fraud seems to be a near obsession for governments these days. But the recent death of Kimberly Rogers shows how harsh the legal punishment can be. It's also clear that even people who do pla
September 6
Louisa Blair | Anti-globalization protesters left the streets of Quebec City to moneyed summer visitors. A horse fainted and the townspeople choked on exhaust spewed by the endless line of tour buses. "Tourism is a
September 6
Pat M. Holt | What matters is that, unlike the ancient Romans or the nineteenth-century British, the United States of America considers the feelings of the people whom, depending on your label, it is either direct
September 5
Alejandro Bustos | According to a Canadian delegation that just returned from Colombia, the war on drugs in that country is a smokescreen that hides the true cause of Colombia's civil war. One member says, "This is not
September 4
Estanislao Oziewicz | Ontario Premier Mike Harris has, in a legal document, admitted conferring with two Ontario Provincial Police officers in an urgent meeting hours before the police assault on natives occupying Ipperwa
rabble news September 3
Judy Rebick | A letter from rabble's publisher, Judy Rebick. September 3 is a special day for workers. rabble.ca honours their achievements, and continues to work hard to connect you to information you care about.
August 31
Guardian Staff | U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair has triggered a potentially damaging row over Labour's increasingly close links with big corporations after it emerged that he is to attend a &#194;&#163;15,000 recepti
rabble news August 31
Bill Horne | Left-wing culture in Canada has grown tired since the Second World War, but a new school in British Columbia wants to re-energize social movements with their own songs and images.
August 30
Allison Lawlor | The British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal has ordered the province's Vital Statistics Agency to amend its forms so that same-sex couples have the legal right to register as parents on their child's
August 30
John Aglionby | The people of East Timor are voting for an assembly that will prepare for full independence. The election is being held exactly two years after the East Timorese voted overwhelmingly to secede from I
August 29
Judy Rebick | As genetic selection becomes increasingly sophisticated, the pressure will be on women to choose only the highest quality embryo through artificial means.
August 29
Dr.Gordon Guyatt | Increasingly, drug companies are using threats of legal action to silence medical researchers producing results they don't like.
rabble news August 28
John Clarke | John Clarke and his organization, the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty, have been called all sorts of things. Here, the activist explains what OCAP is and why it doesn't shy away from being openly a
August 27
Kathryn Sinzinger | D.C. police are planning to fence off a 70-square-block area of downtown Washington for the upcoming annual meetings of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. For four days, access to the ar
August 27
Geoff Olson | Today's political lingo is worthy of Lewis Carroll. Here's a journey through the looking glass, where conservatives are revolutionaries, the social safety net is out of luck and everyone is neo somet

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