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Today Britain celebrates its soldiers who died and neglects those who survived: just like World War I
UKIP-style memorial prettifies the first world war in a sea of red poppies
Britain made only one mistake in its war on Afghanistan: going there in the first place
No to Iraq War III
Reasons to break the cycle of endless war and end British interference in the Middle East.
New Stop the War pamphlet by Andrew Murray.
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How US and UK bombs are turning us all into recruiting sergeants for Isis
Isis is stronger now than it was before US and UK bombs began to fall on Iraq and Syria, since when thousands of new recruits are said to have joined its ranks.
Noam Chomsky: Only one thing will make Israel stop brutalizing Palestinians
As long as the United States provides the necessary military, economic, diplomatic and ideological support for Israel's illegal occupation and siege nothing will change.
Whipping up hatred of the UK in the Middle East is no way to protect British citizens
David Cameron says he is protecting lives at home by joining the US in bombing Iraq, but UK foreign policy in the Middle East actually endangers British citizens.
David Cameron and how the ISIS theatre of murder was born
Poet Heathcote Williams responds to David Cameron's declaration that he is "standing firm and will not be cowed" by ISIS barbarity.
Why the US-led bombing of Iraq and Syria will not save the Kurds
The governments of the US, Turkey, Britain, Israel and the rest of the alliance for Iraq War III are no real defenders of Kurdish rights.
Is David Cameron a violent extremist who should ban himself from appearing in public?
US and British crimes in the Middle East region over the past 30 years far outweigh anything the despicable IS or al-Qaeda have pulled off.
The persecution of Mozzam Begg and the intimidation of Muslims by the British state
The British state acted out of pure vindictiveness to make an example of a man who it has never forgiven for having been released without charge from Guantanamo.
How merchants of war are making a killing from the bombing of ISIS in Iraq and Syria
Share prices for arms manufacturers set all-time record highs when Obama announced a massive, sustained air war in Iraq and Syria.
Why stop at Isis and Iraq when we could bomb the whole Muslim world
Whenever our armed forces have bombed or invaded Muslim nations, they have made life worse for those who live there. Yet our politicians keep scattering bombs like fairy dust.
Stop the War welcomes the release of Moazzam Begg, victim of the war on terror
Stop the War predicted 13 years ago that the 'war on terror' would, among other things, increase the threat to civil liberties.
UK bombing of Isis is futile – and expensive at up to £1m for each missile fired
UK government says it can't afford to fund benefits for the poorest and most deprived people but has no trouble finding money for missiles to bomb Iraq costing close to £1m each.
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