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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Workers Party (NZ) Solidarity with the PFLP on its 43rd Anniversary

This statement was sent to the PFLP on the 43rd anniversary of its founding:

"The Workers Party of New Zealand would like to send revolutionary greetings to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) on the 43rd anniversary of the founding of the front.

On this occasion we would like to acknowledge the leadership provided by the PFLP to the national movement, and their unwavering struggle for a free democratic secular socialist Palestine. We remember and recognise the leadership provided by George Habash and Abu Ali Mustafa, and continue to call for the release of the current General Secretary Ahmad Sa'adat, who was recently condemned to further isolation by a Zionist military court.

We beleive it is more important than ever to challenge 'Terrorism' laws that condemn National Liberation Movements such as the PFLP as terrorists. Terrorist Legislation can only be seen as a part of a system that is used to maintain the imperialist powers spheres of influence in the third world, including Palestine. And the truth is that many of the Liberation Movements condemned as terrorists represent a direct threat to western control of third world resources, economies and politics and thus the maintenance of capitalism worldwide.

To all comrades in the PFLP, it's supporters, workers and peasants fighting for a free Palestine, we take this opportunity to salute you."

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