Socialist Struggle Movement
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|Socialist Struggle Movement|
|תנועת מאבק סוציאליסטי
حركة النضال الاشتراكي
|International affiliation||Committee for a Workers' International|
|Politics of Israel
Socialist Struggle Movement (Hebrew: תנועת מאבק סוציאליסטי, Arabic: حركة النضال الاشتراكي) is a Trotskyist organization in Israel and Palestine. It is affiliated to the Committee for a Workers' International.
It actively campaigns against capitalism and neoliberalism, against workers' exploitation, against the Israeli occupation and the national oppression and expropriation of the Palestinians and against imperialist wars.
The organization supported the strike of printers in Yediot Aharonot against management attempts to break their union. They supported the dockers strike against privatization in 2000 and in 2004 and argued for the dock workers to defy court orders banning the strike. They organized protests against the workplace bullying of warehouse staff by Osem management. It has been involved in the struggle for creating a united front of contract security guards and in the struggle of contract Postal workers for permanent status.
The organization attempts to put forward a class position, stressing the common interests of Israeli and Palestinian workers. It opposes the Israeli acts of repression against the Palestinians as well as indiscriminate attacks against Israeli workers. Socialist Struggle Movement opposed the 2006 Lebanon War
- Barbed wire and thugs used against Yedioth workers Maavak, 4/6/2000
- Docks Dispute
- Dock workers in Israel fight against privatisation Ma'avak, 24/7/2004
- Social Activists versus Osem Scoop, 24/2/2007
- Stop the Extreme Exploitation of Osem Workers in Ramat HaShofet Tapuz, 28/9/07
- Weizman Institute exploits Security Guards, Ynet, 29/3/07
- Contract postal workers storm Histadruth union HQ, CWI 20 February 2007
- Israel: The bloody spiral Socialist Party (Ireland) 20/03/07
- Israeli antiwar leaflet from Socialist Struggle Movement Socialist Alternative, 26 July 2006