Ending the War in 2007

Ending the War in 2007  -by Kevin Martin   Congress is now considering the Bush Administration’s request for a supplemental appropriations bill for the “global war on terror” – whatever that is. The lion’s share of the $120+ billion bill is of course earmarked for continuing the occupation […]

Students Against the War

This was published by The Nation after this article by Sam Graham-Felsen in the April 2, 2007 edition of The Nation. The Student Peace Action Network is a part of the coordinating committee of the National Youth and Student Peace Coalition. Published on Thursday, March 22, 2007 by […]

4 War Years, NO MORE!

Four years ago today we invaded the country of Iraq, a country that for twelve years before that had been suffering under extreme U.S. sanctions at the cost of over a million lives (mostly children) due to malnourishment and lack of medical supplies, because of the absurd allegation […]

Iran, 2nd update

After settling in, our Fellowship of Reconciliation delegation embarked on some emotional meetings. We visited the Society of Chemical Weapons Victims Support as one of our first excursions in Tehran. During the 1980-1988, Iraq-Iran war, where one million people died, the U.N. claims that Iraq used 19,500 chemical […]