Who We Are

Iraq Solidarity News (Al-Thawra) is a British-Iraqi news service, which provides a venue for analysts and experts to disseminate content on a wide-range of social, economic and political subjects. 

Based in Manchester, Iraq Solidarity News (Al-Thawra) helps to provide alternative and in-depth perspectives on current events and is run by the independent organisation, The Iraq Solidarity Campaign UK. 

Get Involved! 

We would like you to get involved, by following us at @IraqSolidarity on Twitter or by Liking our page Facebook.com/IraqiNews. You can also join us on Pinterest.com/IraqSolidarity or subscribe to our E-Newsletter.  

You can stay intouch with us, by bookmarking our website Iraq-Solidarity.blogspot.com and our new Iraq Solidarity magazine. This not only helps to keep you up-to-date with the situation in Iraq but it can help to educate those around you. 


If you want to help shape public opinion, we would like to encourage you to utilise our Media Contacts section, where you can provide further information and clarification on something that you see in print, online or on your television. 

You can also shape the future of British foreign and domestic policies, by addressing concerns to Members of Parliament, Members of the European Parliament and even to your local councillors. You are welcome to use information from our website to WriteToThem.Com and express your position. 


Through the Submissions and Contact page on our website, we welcome your contributions, press releases, comments and suggestions, for inclusion on our website or in the Iraq Solidarity magazine. 

You can also contact the editor of Iraq Solidarity News (Al-Thawra), through either the website or by following him over on Twitter.com/TotallyHussein


If you wish to support the Iraqi community, then please get in-touch, as we gladly welcome donations from our readers and supporters. All donations to us, will be used to help campaign for the Iraqi people and for the development of Iraq Solidarity News (Al-Thawra).

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