Shinzo Abe Assassinated in Japan: Dramatic End for a Bastion of Bourgeois Reaction

The real legacy of Mr. Abe is a massive collapse of living standards for the Japanese working class, all the while ensuring that the ruling class continues to enrich itself.

Religious Fundamentalism: Why Is it Growing and What Is the Alternative?

The old established Churches are in decline, while new fundamentalist churches are emerging and growing. How can we explain this?

France: Backlash Against Burkini Ban Forces Court Suspension

Fifteen holiday resorts in France, predominantly in the southeast of the country, have recently attempted to ban full-body swimsuits, known as burkinis, provoking uproar in response.

On Kautsky’s “Foundations of Christianity”

An at-length study of biblical history by Alan Woods. Religion is not the motor force of history, but great social changes are expressed through changes in religion.

Political Islam in Pakistan

After the collapse of the Soviet Union and the capitalist counterrevolution in China, an immense political and ideological vacuum opened up on a world scale. In these conditions there was a resurgence of political Islam […]

Anti-Islam film: Christian and Islamic fundamentalists leaning on each other

A cheap, crude, anti-Islamic film entitled The Innocence of Muslims, produced and promoted by reactionary Christian fundamentalists in the United States and posted on the internet in July, has led to demonstrations in many countries […]

Marxism and Religion in America

A recent survey shows that the United States may be becoming both less religious generally and less Christian specifically.