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Israel has killed more than 1,900, with civilians representing the majority of those whose status and identity has been verified, and likely many more during the on-going bombardment.
Israel has unleashed another murderous campaign against Gaza.
If your heart is sickened by what Palestinians are living and dying through now, let us confront – and act to help many people confront -- that all this violence is backed by the $3.1 billion in military aid Israel receives each year from the U.S.
Get visible in your resistance to US plans to attack Iraq (again)! Download PDFs to print giant posters at home. How it works:
Click the slogan below to download a PDF file to your computer. The PDF is a sliced image of the 48" x 36" poster sliced into 8.5" x 11" pieces. After you print out the pages, you can cut the edges off and tape them together. Use a large posterboard to make it extra sturdy.
U.S. bombings, economic strangulation through sanctions, and occupation over 23 years are responsible for uncounted deaths – possibly over 1 million – leaving a third of the population displaced, in need of emergency aid or dead.
Click the images to download 11" x 17" versions of the images below to hold at protests, and help bring to life the human stories behind the statistics. There are not many photos of the drone victims available for a number of reasons. Most of these drone attacks take place in remote locations. People living in these areas often don't have many photos of loved ones they can readily share after they have been killed. Maybe worst of all, journalists and rescuers are often deterred from visiting recent drone attack sites by the possibility of a second "double tap" drone strike.
This list was compiled for reading at anti-drone protests during the Spring Days of Action to End U.S. Drone Killing & Surveillance.
Wednesday April 2 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Eastern
Community Church 40 E. 35th Street, NYC
A live program & international webcast in support of the Spring Days of Action – 2014, a coordinated campaign in April and May to End Drone Killing, Drone Surveillance and Global Militarization.
A Coordinated Campaign April & May 2014
We live in a country whose government assassinates thousands with drones.
A spreading “war on terror” from Iraq and Afghanistan, to Yemen, Pakistan, Somalia, Libya, the Philippines and now Mali, is being conducted by the U.S. in violation of borders and international law. The Bureau of Investigative Journalism has documented the deaths of hundreds of children by Hellfire missiles fired from American drones circling high in the sky.
We in the US have a government that relies on terror and repression to maintain its rule, here and around the world. We live in a country whose government assassinates thousands with drones. Our government, driven by the relentless pursuit of profit, is plundering the earth, exploiting humanity, and imperiling our planet's very viability. This government tortures people while holding them indefinitely without trial and uses warrantless surveillance over all of us to try to identify those who might pose a threat to their agenda.
MASS SURVEILLANCE on whole populations, chilling protest and dissent here is used by the U.S. government to enforce world-wide, systematic wars of aggression, unjust occupations, and “dirty” wars of targeted killing and secret ops.
October 2001: U.S. Invaded Afghanistan
No War on Syria
STOP 12 YEARS OF U.S. WAR
For twelve years, the US has made war on the people of Afghanistan, selling the war to us with the lie of ending "terrorism" and "protecting" people in Afghanistan from Islamic fundamentalism. The reality is that from the beginning the war in Afghanistan was a war for empire spreading U.S. domination of the Middle East. Waged under the banner of the "war on terror," it has meant dire consequences for the people.
Click the links below to download posters to print out and carry at protests against US threats of war on Syria. The 11 x 17" posters are in one piece: the 8.5 x 11" posters are in two pieces that can be taped together.
Barack Obama is selling the planned US bombing of Syria as a “humanitarian” act in response to a chemical weapons attack on civilians.
Bombing Syria will kill more civilians and invite even more intervention and weapons into the country, making it more likely that the civil war could expand into an extremely dangerous regional conflagration.