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AN OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT OBAMA, PRESIDENT AHMADINEJAD AND PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU:
We, the undersigned, will not support and will actively oppose another unnecessary and unjust war.
We urge you to refrain from the inflammatory, provocative, and deceptive rhetoric which is creating an air of inevitable military conflict.
We have already had far too much war. We still mourn all of the lives lost in Iraq and Afghanistan. Tens of thousands of young American lives have been damaged beyond repair. The destruction in lives and property to Iraq and Afghanistan is incalculable.
The invasion of Iraq was based on deception and misinformation; there were no weapons of mass destruction. It is clear that the people of Afghanistan want us out. The dreams of imposing a western style democracy on Iraq and Afghanistan have proven to be illusory. The trillions of dollars already spent could have been better directed toward providing jobs, education, and health care.
Incredibly, we are now being readied for an attack on Iran, based once again on highly questionable information. We want to be clear, we will not support either a US or Israeli attack on Iran. We can not be blindly led into another catastrophic war.
We urge Israel and Iran to sit down and seriously negotiate. All nations must abandon threats. We urge our own government to play a major role in calling for real and responsible measures to promote dialogue and honest diplomacy in the interest of peace, universal human rights, and social justice. Let us explore new ways of working together, rather than continuing on a path that can only lead to further destruction and death.
STOP BEATING THE DRUMS OF WAR! STOP THREATENING EACH OTHER. SIT DOWN AND TALK WITH ONE ANOTHER FOR THE GOOD OF ALL.
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Iraq War Exhibit
On March 26th, 2009, the Palouse Peace Coalition held an exhibit at Friendship Square
to denounce 6 years of the Iraq War. Click the image below to see more images of this event.
On September 26 and 27, 2006, more than 350 Pairs of Combat
National Guard Soldiers who have
in the Iraq War;
Iraqi Civilian Casualties Memorialized
Acclaimed War Casualties Exhibition
were brought to the
Palouse by the Palouse Peace Coalition.
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Alternative to Military Service
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