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UPDATE on letters to the UN


In five days, we've generated close to 200 letters to the U.S. 
Mission to the UN (from every continent!) calling for an end to 
Sanctions. And we've had three, new organizations sign onto the 
action alert & endorse it: Al-Bushra, an Arab-American/Roman 
Catholic Community, the Global Homeless Network, & the 
International Movement for a Just Society in Malaysia. I'd like to 
thank everyone who's sent a letter so far, and...  :-))

I'd like to encourage everyone who hasn't yet had time to take a 
few minutes this weekend & mail your letters to:

Ambassador Richard Holbrooke 
Permanent Mission of the United States to the United Nations
799 United Nations Plaza
New York, NY, USA 10017-3505


"When I visited Auschwitz I was horrified. And when I visited Iraq, 
I thought to myself, 'What will we tell the children in fifty years 
when they ask what we did when the people in Iraq were dying?'"
-Mairead Maguire, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
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