Middle East

Protest US intervention in Syria

When: Saturday, July 20, 2013, 1:00 pm
Where: Park Street T-stop • Park St. • Boston
2013 Jul 20 - 1:00pm

 Stop U.S. War & All Forms of Intervention Against Syria! 

Self-determination Free from Outside Intervention
for the Syrian people!

The White House’s announcement that it would begin openly supplying arms to the opposition in Syria and is considering a “no fly” zone over Syria is a dramatic escalation of ongoing U.S. involvement in war against that country.  The U.S. has been training opposition forces and coordinating operations coming from neighboring countries.  Israel, the largest recipient of U.S. military aid, bombed Syria, and other close U.S. allies supplying weapons are police-state monarchies Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

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Malalai Joya - No to US Wars; No to Warlords; No to Women’s Oppression

When: Tuesday, October 8, 2013, 1:00 pm
Where: Suffolk University • 120 Tremont St • Law School Function Room • Boston
2013 Oct 8 - 1:00pm

This event marks the 12th anniversary of the U.S. war in Afghanistan, which started with a bombing campaign on October 7, 2001.

Malalai Joya is the bravest woman in Afghanistan and has received international acclaim for her work.  She was elected to the national Parliament by the largest majority of any candidate, but then she was dismissed for publicly naming warlords and war criminals. She has become a victim of death threats and assassination attempts. Come and hear her speak out against injustice and learn about her memoir,  A Woman Among Warlords: The Extraordinary Story of an Afghan Who Dared to Raise Her Voice, available for purchase at the event. See http://www.malalaijoya.com/dcmj/  

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Malalai Joya - No to US Wars; No to Warlords; No to Women’s Oppression

When: Monday, October 7, 2013, 7:00 pm
Where: Wellesley College • Tishman Commons, Lulu Wang Campus Center • Wellesley
2013 Oct 7 - 7:00pm

This event marks the 12th anniversary of the U.S. war in Afghanistan, which started with a bombing campaign on October 7, 2001.

Malalai Joya is the bravest woman in Afghanistan and has received international acclaim for her work.  She was elected to the national Parliament by the largest majority of any candidate, but then she was dismissed for publicly naming warlords and war criminals. She has become a victim of death threats and assassination attempts. Come and hear her speak out against injustice and learn about her memoir,  A Woman Among Warlords: The Extraordinary Story of an Afghan Who Dared to Raise Her Voice, available for purchase at the event. See http://www.malalaijoya.com/dcmj/  

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