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January 19-29: World Social Forums in Mali, Pakistan and Venezuela

March 18-20: int'l protest days against 3 years of war & occupation of Iraq

April 6-9: European Social Forum, Athenes, Greece

June 23-28: World Peace Forum, Vancouver, Canada

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March 18-20:
International protest days against 3 years of war & occupation of Iraq

Calls have been launched by several peace organisations and social movements (i.e. the European Social Forum of Athenes and the US peace organisation ANSWER) to organise peace marches in the frame of three days of international protest to mark the third anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.

We believe that we should do everything at our disposal in a non-violent way to stop this illegal occupation. Street protest is one of those means, as the boycott.

We count on each of you to spread the message as wide as possible, wherever you are during those three days. You can visit our Campaign material page to download and print informative leaflets about the boycott campaign.

Please contact us to let us know what you plan to do and send us afterwards some feedback with one or two photographies for the web site.

This war was ugly from the beginning and it’s getting uglier everyday.

It is of utmost importance that the world public opinion keeps raising its voice against the crime against peace that the illegal invasion of Iraq constitutes, against all the lies that surround it, and against the war crimes that come with it.

The trampling of international law has been a constant in this war.

  • From pre-emptive strike to torture,
  • from Guantanamo to Abu Ghraib,
  • from the hunt for unembedded journalists to the privatisation of warfare,
  • from cluster bombing against civilians to the use of depleted uranium, white phosphorous and napalm,
  • from raids on hospitals to the urbicide of entire cities, like Fallujah, Al Haditha, Tal Afar or Al Qaim.

    We cannot remain silent in the face of all these atrocities committed in the name of liberty and democracy.

    We cannot accept this war for the control of oil, permanent military bases and other geostrategic goals.

    This war makes our world more unsafe everyday as the bombings in Istanbul, Madrid and London prove.

    The war on terror is a dangerous fraud, a sort of unilaterally declared state of exception, that affects the entire planet, and the war in Iraq is at the core of all that is wrong with it.

    Text mainly taken from the one written by The BRussells Tribunal Committee (Dec. 23, 2005)



    Last update: December 26, 2005

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