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Our apologies for cross-postings REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER 11TH RESISTING WAR ON IRAQ SILENT VIGIL - ST PAUL'S 12.30pm VIGIL - DOWNING STREET On Wednesday September 11th, the world will be remembering the terrorist atrocities committed last year. There will be a national ceremony of remembrance at St Paul's Cathedral in London, which will be attended by relatives of some of the victims. ARROW is calling a silent vigil, to be held outside St Paul's on 11 September, to remember those who died in the attacks, and all those who have died in the subsequent "war on terrorism". We are asking supporters to attend the silent vigil wearing black. Please do not bring any banners or placards. There will be a single black banner saying "REMEMBER THE SANCTITY OF HUMAN LIFE www.justicenotvengeance.org". We have no wish to offend or upset the workmates and friends who may be joining the crowds around St Paul's. The vigil will be silent, dignified and respectful. We will then walk down the Embankment to Downing Street to hold a vigil protesting against the planned war on Iraq. A letter will be handed in to the Prime Minister's office. Note: please do not bring any banners or placards. 12.30 - 2pm Silent vigil near St Paul's (exact venue to be announced on the ARROW website <www.j-n-v.org>). 2pm Procession down the Embankment. 3-4pm Vigil opposite Downing Street. More information from David 020 7607 2302 ARROW (Active Resistance to the Roots of War) c/o NVRN, 162 Holloway Road, London N7 8DQ <www.justicenotvengeance.org> or <www.j-n-v.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 firstname.lastname@example.org All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk