- US out of
Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan
- Fund human
needs - not war & occupation
- Stop attacks
on civil liberties
scapegoating immigrants and Muslim peoples
US attacks on Middle East or Latin America
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protests continued war in Iraq. John's photos.
Second protest against Philadelphia Orchestra playing in Israel.
Photos by Joe Piette
First Protest against Philadelphia Orchestra playing in Israel.
Drums of War
The SF Bay Area Mobilization Against the
U.S. Wars at Home and Abroad put out a call to action for a march
on February 12th. Local antiwar groups in Philadelphia are thinking of
a march of their own in mid-April.
Why? The Progressive
is documenting that US troops appear to be permanently occupying
Northern Syria. ISIS has been defeated, so there's no reason to be
there except to try and take Syria away from President Bashar al-Assad,
who is backed by Russia and Iran. The US had an informal mandate from
the people of the US to battle ISIS (Congress never formally declared
war) , but there's no mandate to fight a proxy war against Russia or
Drone Free Horsham
Next protest: Every last Friday of the month, 12:00noon to 2:00pm
Corner of Horsham Air Base
Easton Road (Rt 611) and W. County Line Road
- Living Under Drones
Open Letter to the U.S. Antiwar
and Palestine - who is the problem?
than 10 times as many Palestinian children as Israeli children have
been killed since 2000. More than 4 times as many Palestinian civilians
as Israeli civilians have been killed since 2000.
Israel holds over 5000 Palestinian political prisoners; Palestine holds
0 Israeli prisoners. Israel funded Hamas in its inception
and then Prime Minister of Israel Ehud Olmert admitted they continue to
movement is back in the streets.
Thousands marches in New York on April 9 and April
10 in San Francisco. These
demonstrations represented an important step forward for UNAC and the
antiwar movement as a whole. The
antiwar movement has been in a lull since before the election of Barak
Obama as many hoped the change in administration would mean an end to
the wars. We are now in a rebuilding phase
and UNAC has made it clear that the rebuilding of a new antiwar
movement is our goal. The
new antiwar movement needs to oppose the US foreign wars but also
defend the domestic victims of the “war on terror,” the Muslims who are
being attacked. It must connect to
dots between the money spent on war and the attacks on unions and cuts
to education and needed programs. It must also
stand for justice for Palestine. This is what these
demonstration on April 9 and 10 did.