S11 Truth and Consequences Radical Perspectives on September 11
Solidarity-Arm the Spirit 2001, ISBN 1-894820-35-5 Available from Kersplebedeb Distribution (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Solidarity and Arm the Spirit collectives would like to announce the publication of a new 78 page pamphlet regarding the September 11th attacks in the United States. This pamphlet provides a good introduction to the history of US imperialism and both its collusion and conflicts with the Islamic far-right, including Osama Bin Laden’s network, in Afghanistan. It also attempts to give an overview of some of the domestic repercussions of the September 11th attacks within North America.
You can read most of the texts in this pamphlet here, or else you can purchase it for $2.75 US or $4 Canadian, plus postage, from Kersplebedeb Distribution. Bookstores, anti-war, anti-racist, and other activist groups please get in touch regarding wholesale information. Contact email@example.com for more details.
Please download the flyer about this pamphlet and distribute it in your community – this information must get out!
Table of Contents
Section I: Truth: Sow the Wind, Reap the Whirlwind (a look at the context and causes of the September 11th attacks)
- “Why?” , by Mumia Abu-Jamal
- Afghanistan 1979-1992: America’s Jihad , by William Blum
- Zbigniew Brzezinski interview in Nouvel Observateur
- Osama Bin Laden: How the U.S. Helped Midwife a Terrorist , by Ahmed Rashid
- On the Situation of Afghan Women , by the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan
- How the CIA created Osama Bin Laden , by Norm Dixon
- The People of Afghanistan have nothing to do with Osama and his accomplices , by the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan
- No War but the Class War , by the Bikisha Media Collective & the Anarchist Union
- The Forgotten Terrorists , by Mumia Abu-Jamal
Section II: Consequences: On the Home Front
- Circling their Wagons
- Why the Bush Administration Wants War , by the World Socialist Web Site Editorial Board
- Analysis of the Provisions of the Proposed Anti-Terrorism Act , by Electronic Privacy Information Center