Endorsers of the Anti-imperialist Camp Assisi 2004

as of July 31, 2004


1. Co-ordination Simon Bolivar, Venezuela
2. Democratic Communist Current Iraq
3. Abna elBalad, Palestine within the Green line
4. Irish Republican Socialist Party (IRSP)
5. Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP)
6. People`s Democratic League (PDL), Sierra Leone
7. Communist Mazdor Kisan Party (CMKP), Pakistan
8. Revolutionary People´s Liberation Front (DHKC International), Turkey
9. Left Front, Hungary
10. Popular Base Movement, Venezuela
11. National Front for a Renewed Chad (FNTR)
12. Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF)
13. Muslim Parliament of Great Britain
14. Anti-imperialist Camp
15. International Leninist Current (ILC)
16. Popular Democratic Left (IDP), Mexico
17. Basque Movement for Amnesty
18. Colictivo Libertad, Mexico
19. United Peoples, USA
20. Revolutionary Communist League Thuringia, Germany
21. Loyalty to Men and Earth, Lebanon
22. Yugoslav-Austrian Solidarity Movement, Austria
23. Party of Muslims of France (PMF)
24. Earth and Liberation, Sicily
25. Consurta Comunista Sarda, Sardinia
26. LUPO, Proletarian Unity Struggle, Osimo, Ancona, Italy
27. Anti-imperialist of Marche, Italy
28. Patriotic Front of the Socialist Left, Poland
29. Movimento per la Confederazione dei Comunisti, Italia
30. Free Umbia, Italy
31. POSSE, youth collective, Italy
32. Direzione 17, Italy
33. Red Utopia, Italy
34. Free Thought and Educational Rights Society (Özgür Der), Turkey
35. Human Dignity & Rights (HDR), Germany
36. Anti-globalist Resistance, Russia
37. Red Palante, Colombia
38. Anti-US & Israel Globalisation and Hegemony, Lebanon
39. Initiativ e.V., Duisburg, Germany
40. Federation of University Students of Venezuela (FEUV)
41. Action for Unity and Socialism (ACTUS), Chad
42. Popular Support Committee for the Palestinian People and for the Struggle against the Normalisation with the Zionist Enemy, Tunisia
43. Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamence (MFDC), Senegal
44. Revolutionary Communist League (RKL), Austria
45. Direction 17 (D17), Italy
46. ATTAC Taroudant, Morocco
47. CPI(ML) Red Flag - Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Red Flag
48. Social and Cultural Association Taroudant, Morocco
49. Iranian-American Community (IACUS)
50. Association Martin Fierro, Argentine
51. Slum Front of December 19th, Argentine
52. Centar Tito, Yugoslavia
53. Action Circle March 24, Jena, Germany
54. Sedunia – Initiative for international politics, Austria
55. Voice of the New Colombia, Germany
56. 32 County Sovereignty Movement, Ireland
57. Workshop for the Construction of Socialism (TCS), Mexico
58. Festival of Peoples in Struggle, Sardinia
59. Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)
60. Circle Red Flag, Sardinia
61. Union of Young Arab Progessists, Belgium
62. Sardigna Natzione Indipendentzia
63. Irish Republican Prisoners Welfare Association
64. International Committee to Defend Slobodan Milosevic (Irish Section)
65. Bangladesh National Liberation Council
66. Seraiki National Party (SNP), Pakistan
67. International Forum – Middle East Group, Denmark
68. Association of African Workers / Organisation Committee for the Party (RTA-S/COP), Senegal
69. Movement of Commoners, Lebanon
70. National Democratic Front of South Korea
71. Moroccan Association for Human Rights (AMDH), Section Errachidia
72. Naserist Popular Organisation, Lebanon
73. Democratic Encounter, Saida, Lebanon
74. Iraqi Communist Party (Cadre)
75. Pablo Neruda Students Group, Lebanon
76. Direct Action, Lebanon
77. Communist Students, Lebanon
78. Palestinian Cultural University Clubs, Lebanon
79. Leftist group, Lebanon


1. Serguei Novikov, Member of the Central Committee of the Russian Communist Workers` Party - Revolutionary Party of Communists (RKRP-RPK)
2. Yasin Malik, Leader of the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front
3. Ahmed Karim, Leader of the Democratic Communist Current Iraq
4. Ghayasuddin Siddiqui, Leader of the Muslim Parliament of Great Britain and Executive Committee Member of the British Stop the War Coalition
5. Haissam Hussein, Loyalty to Men and Earth, Lebanon
6. Peter Szekely, Member of the Presidium of the Workers´ Party, Hungary
7. Shraga Elam, journalist and activist for a democratic state and peace in Palestine. Born 1947 in Palestine as a son of a Jewish refugee, left the country for political reasons, lives in Switzerland since 1978.
8. Gianmarco Burgdorfer, Green Party, Osimo, Ancona, Italy
9. Fabio Pasquinelli, Representative of the Party of Communist Refoundation (PRC), Osimo, Ancona, Italy
10. Lars Akerhaug, International Officer, RV (Red Electoral Alliance), Participant in the co-ordinating committee of "Bring-Back-the-Troops"
11. Jagat Toudam, Executive member of the North East Coordination Committee on Human Rights (NECOHR), Seven North-eastern Indian States
12. Fadi Madi, chairman Anti-US & Israel Globalisation and Hegemony, chairman of Lebanese continental council world wide, chairman of the international union for non governmental organizations to support Palestine rights, regional co-ordinator in the Arab and Muslim world for the global league against imperialism and Zionism
13. Mohamed Regragui, militant of the United Left (GSU), Morocco
14. Djimadoum Ley-Ngardigal, general secretary of ACTUS, Chad
15. Costanzo Preve, Marxist philosopher Turin, Italy
16. Vainer Burani, Democartic Jurists, Italy
17. Aldo Bernardini, University profesor for International Law, Italy
18. Giuseppe Pelazza, Lawyer of Italian political prisoners, Italy
19. Choukri Latif, writer and spokesman of the Popular Support Committee for the Palestinian People and for the Struggle against the Normalisation with the Zionist Enemy, Tunisia
20. Harsh Thakor, Democratic rights activist, Bombay, India
21. Mamadou Nkrumah Sanà©, General Secretary of the Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamence (MFDC), Senegal
22. Aziz El Atrouz, militant of the Unified Left (GSU), Morocco
23. Mohamed Dahmani, militant of the Unified Left (GSU), Morocco
24. Jean-Pierre Page, International Conference for The Iraqi Resistance
25. Wilfried Bader, Communal Councillor, Angerberg, Tirol, Austria
26. Stevan Mirkovic, retired general and chief of staff of the Yugoslav People´s Army
27. Joe Navidad, Member Intl Coordinating Committee, US Representative of International League of Peoples` Struggle (ILPS)
28. Alberto Hà­jar, professor for Aesthetics at the UNAM and founder of the Workshop for Art and Ideology (TAI), Mexico
29. Zivorad Jevtic, Yugoslav Esperanto League, Kragujevac, Serbia
30. Badruddin Umar, President of the Bangladesh National Liberation Council
31. Philippe Souriac, film artist, active member of the PCF, Lille, France
32. Bustianu Cumpostu, National Co-ordinator of Sardigna Natzione Indipendentia
33. Giancarlo Paciello, publicist, Italy
34. Osama Saad, MP and president of the Naserist Popular Organisation, Lebanon
35. Noori al-Moradi, leading member of the Iraqi Communist Party (Cadre)