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Hello all, here's an urgent call from the International Action Center about a new edition of the best book that's been written about the Gulf War: "The fire this Time" , by Ramsey Clark, in 1991. Can you help the International Action Center in the emergency publication and distribution of this critically needed and widely acclaimed book? Greetings. Dirk Adriaensens. International Action Center http://www.iacenter.org August 8, 2002 International Action Center Announces Fall Publication of New Edition of THE FIRE THIS TIME: U.S. WAR CRIMES IN THE GULF WAR By RAMSEY CLARK WE NEED YOUR HELP! As the International Action Center mounts a full-scale international campaign to stop the Bush Administration from waging a new war against Iraq, we are rushing to publish a new edition of Ramsey Clark's groundbreaking book, "THE FIRE THIS TIME," an expose of U.S. war crimes in the 1991 Gulf war. We are rushing this book to publication so that tens of thousands of anti-war activists in the U.S. can use this book as part of an emergency campaign to educate and mobilize public opinion. This significant book contains comprehensive research unmatched by any other book on the Iraq war. This NEW EDITION includes updated information on the deadly impact of economic sanctions on Iraqi civilians, which have been in place since August 1990. A brand NEW INTRODUCTION will analyze how the Bush administration has opportunistically seized on the tragic events of September 11 to prepare a premeditated act of aggression, a war dictated by naked imperial ambitions in this oil-rich region rather than "fighting terrorism"--*a war that would violate all international laws.* WE NEED YOUR HELP! Can you help the International Action Center in the emergency publication and distribution of this critically needed and widely acclaimed book? The International Action Center's goal is to publish this book in mid-September. The staff is donating our labor to do all of the work on this book--editing, proofreading, typesetting, writing copy and much more--because of our dedication and determination to get the truth out about U.S. war plans for Iraq today, U.S. war crimes in the 1991 Gulf War, and to show the horrendous effects of the economic sanctions on the Iraqi people. The International Action Center appeals to our friends and supporters to help with the costs of printing, promotion, and international distribution of this important work. **A special acknowledgement section in the book will show appreciation to those who made a contribution to this effort by listing donors' names. Donors can be sponsors of this book by contributing in one of many categories.** DONATION CATEGORIES ARE: * Benefactor: $1,000 * Sponsor: $500 * Supporter: $250 * Donor: $100 * Friend: $50 ** All who donate $50 will receive one copy of the book. THERE ARE SEVERAL WAYS TO MAKE A DONATION. HERE'S HOW: 1) You can give your tax-deductible donation for the "The Fire This Time" online at: http://www.peoplesrightsfund.org (see "The Fire This Time" section). 2) To phone in a credit card donation, call the IAC office at 212-633-6646. 3) Or mail a check made out to "People's Rights Fund/The Fire This Time" to 39 W. 14 St., Rm. 206, New York, N.Y. 10011. *If you donate through the website, under the "comments" section, indicate if you wish your name to be listed in the book, or if you do not want that. If you want a name listing, please spell out exactly to do it at the website. If you mail in a check, also spell out how you want your name listed. You can also ORDER A COPY OF THE BOOK for $19.95 plus $5.00 shipping (for the 1st book, add $4.50 shipping each additional book). Those making bulk orders of 10 or more book receive a 40% discount ($12 each). Send checks to the International Action Center, 39 W. 14 St., Rm. 206, New York, N.Y. 10011. For inquiries, call 212-633-6646 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. International Action Center 39 W. 14 St., Rm. 206 New York, N.Y. 10011 Phone: 212-633-6646 Fax: 212-633-2889 Email: email@example.com http://www.iacenter.org ------------------ Send replies to firstname.lastname@example.org This is the IAC activists announcement list. Anyone can subscribe by sending any message to <ActionCenter.email@example.com> To unsubscribe <ActionCenter.firstname.lastname@example.org> _______________________________________________ Sent via the discussion list of the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq. To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-discuss To contact the list manager, email email@example.com All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk