Call the White House – No Military Intervention in Iraq!

Last week, we generated thousands of email messages to President Obama, telling him no to U.S. military intervention in Iraq.  My thanks to all of you who took action!

A decision on how the U.S. will respond to the developing crisis in Iraq is now imminent.  Please take action: Call the White House comment line at 202.456.1111 between 9am and 5pm and tell President Obama to invest in diplomacy and international cooperation instead of U.S. military action.

Help me flood the White House comment line with our call for diplomacy, not war.  The people of Iraq and the region need peace, reconciliation and development, not more war and definitely not U.S. bombs or troops.

Humbly for Peace,

Kevin Martin
Executive Director
Peace Action

P.S. Please call the president at 202.456.1111 and tell him more war is not the answer. To learn more about the situation in Iraq, here are a few recent articles you might find interesting.

Our former Executive Director, David Cortright, has a sensible, concise post on this issue you might find illuminating.

New York Times article on the current situation and consideration of U.S. military intervention

The Guardian on the collapse of the U.S.-trained Iraqi Army as ISIS advanced on Mosul

The Guardian again on the spread of ISIS in Iraq and Syria

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3 Responses to Call the White House – No Military Intervention in Iraq!

  1. my fellow American and to peace blog we thank you for having an insight on the people in Iraq my friends U.S. troops help train the man in Iraq how to fight and now some of them has deployed their uninform and ran so what
    good did it do I say today why not let some of the other third World Country help the people in Iraq the President Obama have only sents 225 u.s. troops that is not so bad from your America community organizer
    Rev Dr. O.D. Robinson Psy.D Oliver Robinson on facebook 5011 the key word what do you think

  2. Kathleen Morosky says:

    I am unable to open the links you provided above. When I click on them I get a “Certificate Error: Navigation Blocked.” warning. WTH does this mean. I don’t generally have any issue opening a link to The Guardian. Can you assist me, I’d like to read those that you have recommended. I have, already, contacted the White House regarding No Military Intervention in Iraq, so that isn’t a concern from me!

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