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[ Presenting plain-text part of multi-format email ] http://www.china-un.org/eng/premade/34561/Contact_the_Mission.htm Email of china mission Some of the emails from Voices in the Wilderness were not correct. They were sent back to me from the Hotmail message system. China's is the above or email@example.com Denmark is firstname.lastname@example.org I called the Denmark mission. Ellen Margaret Loj is the ambassador. Her phone number is 212-308-7009 Ireland is email@example.com The ambassador is Richard Ryan 212 421 6934. The faxes seem correct on all. firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com are correct. Hope this saves you time. Received from NO BLOOD FOR OIL NO BLOOD FOR OIL demo Fri. 10/18, NOON 43rd St/1st Ave Opposite the UN "No Blood For Oil" has called a demonstration at the Isaiah Wall (43rd Street and 1st Ave) across the street from the UN Secretariat) , to take place Friday, October 18, at noon. As the Iraq war crisis reaches a crucial point in the UN the demonstration will provide an opportunity for people who represent the broad U.S. and international antiwar currents to appeal to member countries of the UN to oppose the developing US war against the Iraqi people. This is a dramatic turning point in human history. Through the appeal to the UN member countries, participants can merge with the overwhelming popular rage around the world. This demonstration also will be a follow-up to todays demonstration of solidarity with the non-aligned nations,who have successfully insisted on an open debate, in which all UN members states can express to the Security COuncil their outlook on the US war drive against Iraq. The debate will almost certainly help a climate which will embolden antiwar action by Security Council members, and the more US popular expression is manifested before the UN, the more powerful will be the effect of the debate.Usually these debates are restricted to Security Council member states, dominated by the five permanent members ( China, France, Russia, UK and US). Please attend if you can and tell your friends, relatives, co-workers and others. And please remember the daily speakout/vigil every weekday, Monday through Friday, rain or shine, 4PM to 6PM at the Isaiah Wall, as long as the crisis is before the UN. _______________________________________________ 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