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[casi] Iraq Meeting Manchester

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The Coalition Against Sanctions and War on Iraq

Public Meeting!

Stop the War - End Sanctions!

Guest Speakers Include:

Matt Barr

Voices in the Wilderness UK and a Dec 2001

Sanctions Breaker to Iraq.

John Smith

Sheffield Campaign Against War in the Gulf

and a Sheffield delegate to Iraq.

Norma Wilson

The Campaign Against Depleted Uranium.

Burhan Fatah

International Federation for Iraqi Refugees.

Hussein Al-alak

The Coalition Against Sanctions and War on Iraq.


Since 1991 more than one million children alone have died as a result of the continuing Economic 
Sanctions and War policy on Iraq.  Even by the United Nations own estimation, that around 5,000 
children die each month as a result of economic sanctions it is not stopping the US/UK from 
preparing another military attack upon the country which will undoubtedly create more death and 
more destruction to the people of this already war torn nation.  More and more people are calling 
for an end to the sanctions and the human misery and  we agree that the people of Iraq have 
suffered enough at the hands of US/UK foreign policy and feel it is time that the war stops now and 
that economic sanctions are lifted on Iraq.

Date:     Wednesday March 27,

Time:    7-30pm,

Venue:  The Friends Meeting House, Mount Street.

              (Behind the Central Library)

                                         This meeting is supported by the

Stop the War! Coalition.

please contact 0161 286 7950,


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