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Demonstration to protest against 10 years of sanctions on Iraq




Demonstration to protest against 10 years of sanctions on Iraq 
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Where:  At the United States Embassy,  Ballsbridge,  Dublin 4

When:  Monday,  31 July 2000 at 6PM

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Main Speaker
Felicity Arbuthnot
(Felicity Arbuthnot is a journalist specialising in social and environmental
issues. A specialist on Iraq, she has visited the country 22 times since the
1991 Gulf war, an experiece she describes as watching a people slide ?from
the impossible to the apocalyptic╣ as a result of the United Nations
embargo.

Arbuthnot was Iraq researcher for John Pilger╣s award nominated documentary:
"Paying the Price - Killing the Children of Iraq"╣ shown on ITV earler this
year. She has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, Lorenzo Natali Award for
Human Rights
Journalism and The Millenium Peace Prize for Women for her coverage of Iraq.)



Also,
Niall Andrews
(Irish Member of European Parliament)

10 years of brutal  sanctions and repeated military attacks by  US and
UK have 
resulted in the deaths of more than 1.5 million Iraqi  people. 
According to a new UNICEF report,  about 300 children below the age of 5
years die every day.  The sanctions are strongly opposed by the
international  community.  However,  they remain in place because the US
and UK governments have flatly rejected all attempts at alleviating
suffering of the Iraqi people.

Come and join us at the demonstration to send  a clear 
message to the United States government that a foreign policy that kills
innocent people is unacceptable.  

NO GENOCIDE IN OUR NAMES!
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125 Winter Garden; Pearse Street; Dublin 2
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Iraqi Human Rights Organisation
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