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News :: Organizing
Over 700 Communities Protest the Iraq War in October
10 Nov 2005
Actions against military recruiting in our schools and universities are steadily increasing.
Marking the "hallmark" event of 2,000 American Servicemen and
Women fallen in the War in Iraq, (not to mention the many thousands
of innocent Iraqi men, women, and children) people in cities around
the nation stood up to say "Bring the Troops Home Now!" Thousands
of concerned citizens, military families, and War Veterans expressed
dissent against the illegal and immoral War in Iraq.

Cindy Sheehan along with Ohio 8th graders are a stinging thorn to the
Bush Administration. See: DCIMC, 10/27 - Ohio 8th Grade Tourists Take
Part in Anti-war Vigil: http://dc.indymedia.org/newswire/display/130928/index.php

108 protesters were arrested in Minnesota, Dallas, The White House,
and New Zealand, including 18 Grandmothers in Times Square.

For reports of the protests in October, click here:

http://www.angelfire.com/nb2/www.dissentam.org/Oct.html

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Re: Over 700 Communities Protest the Iraq War in October
11 Nov 2005
Well, they may not have liked the war in October, but I assure you, the war in November and December will be better. Maybe they should focus some attention on the ongoing Nato occupation of Kosovo and the UN occupation of Bosnia.