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[casi] JNV Launch Meeting - reminder

Hi all,

Here's a reminder about the JNV launch meeting on Thursday, including the
time. Hope to see people there.

Best wishes,



Justice Not Vengeance Launch Meeting

We would like to remind people who are planning on attending the JNV Launch
Meeting that it will be taking place at 7.30pm on Thursday the 17th of July,
at the Quaker International Centre, 1-3 Byng Place, London WC1E 7JH. Click
the link below for a map of the area, or paste the entire link into the
address bar of your browser.

For a copy of the original invitation, please visit our web site:

We look forward toward to seeing you.


New book from ARROW Publications: "Regime Unchanged"

"Regime Unchanged" is a new anti-war book by Milan Rai, one of ARROW and
JNV's founder members. A follow up to his previous book, "War Plan Iraq",
"Regime Unchanged" documents how the US systematically undermined and
destroyed the UN Weapons Inspection Programme and how, in concert with the
British government, the Americans re-installed Ba'athist officials to
leadership positions in the first month after the war.

The book is due to be published at the beginning of September and has
already been very well received. John Pilger has called it "a magnificent
expos‚ of the lies that propelled the criminal attack on Iraq". Paul
Rogers, Professor of Peace studies at Bradford University has said that it
"is an immediate, detailed and illuminating analysis that brings together
a remarkable range of material".

If you would like to order a copy of "Regime Unchanged" we are offering it
at an advanced order discount rate for activists of œ8.50 (including
postage & packaging), as opposed to the recommended retail price of
œ10.95. The offer is open until the 20th of August.

If you would like to order the book, an online order form will be available
on the Justice Not Vengeance web site shortly.


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