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Announcement :: Organizing
US Backed Saudi War on Yemen Armed by Raytheon - Protest 31 July 5-6pm South Station Boston
27 Jul 2018
Yemen is Massachusetts’ war: Standout for an end to Raytheon/Saudi attack on Yemen

When: Tuesday, July 31, 2018, 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Where: Outside South Station, Boston

Most of Congress 'Likes War' and Opposes Ending US Support for Saudi War in Yemen

Raytheon (with plants in Waltham, Cambridge and other Mass. locations) provides Saudi Arabia with the bombs and technology that are a major cause of thousands of deaths and the physical destruction responsible for:

A raging cholera epidemic with 2,100 dead of cholera so far and 900,000 infected

Millions are on the edge of war-caused famine - including 400,000 children.

Terror from the sky caused by 16,749 air raids so far – 15 every day (sources: Doctors without borders; Save the Children; World Health Org; OCHA; UNICEF)

Raytheon’s bombs, technology and its 50 year relationship with the brutal Saudi regime have made this war crime possible.

Meanwhile Raytheon is pressuring the U.S. government to let is sell even more of its bombs to Saudi Arabia as its profits skyrocket. (Boston Globe 6/14/18)

As the host to this behemoth of the military industrial complex, Massachusetts is the technology hub for Saudi Arabia’s war crimes against people who have done us no harm.

Time to stand up for the survival of the people of Yemen and against the war criminals

Sponsored by Veterans For Peace, Smedley Butler Chapter with support from MAPA, AFSC and Peace and Social Concerns/Cambridge Friends Meeting. For Information call 617-354-2169, 617-623-5288

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