Stop the War has faced a hurricane of malicious attacks in recent weeks, largely as a proxy means of trying to undermine Jeremy Corbyn.
These attacks serve only to distract from the government’s crumbling case for war in Syria – and the fact that our movement has been proved right in its campaigns against the disastrous conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya.
The hundreds of thousands of dead in Iraq, the collapse of society in one country after another, the refugees drowning in the Mediterranean as they flee Libya, the hundreds of dead and maimed British soldiers are on the conscience of the war-addict politicians, not Stop the War.
Stop the War has nothing to apologise for and much to be proud of:
We are proud of our role in fighting for peace and social justice alongside the Muslim communities of Britain. We are proud that we brought tens of…
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