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Latest on the U.S.-Backed Coup in Honduras:
7/21: Tom Loudon - Honduran Coup reveals crisis of democracy in the United States as well >> Read More
7/20: Democracy hangs by a thread in Honduras >> Read More
Afghanistan:

7/21: Iraq & Afghanistan: Deaths of U.S. Troops Exceed 5,000 in Wars >> Read More

7/20: US to Increase Army by 22,000 >> Read More

Gaza:

7/23: Breaking the siege of Gaza-Travis Wilkerson/Michael Prysner >> Read More





Call White House for Diplomacy and De-Escalation in Afghanistan
President Obama announced his decision to send 17,000 additional U.S. troops to Afghanistan, on the grounds that 'the situation in Afghanistan and Pakistan demands urgent attention'.
United For Peace and Justice strongly opposes this decision. We urge you to immediately call on President Obama to choose diplomacy, not escalation. We must let him know that a military solution is not the answer in Afghanistan. Call 202-456-1111 today!
The Afghanistan Working Group has now put together four fact sheets: Click here for the fact sheets and additional resources.

12/1/08 Lee Siu Hin: What We Should Expect from President Barak Obama?
What should we expect from President Barack Obama?  We've lived through 1976-1980, when many argued we should support “liberal” President Jimmy Carter because he was the “lesser of two evils,” do we now overlook his failed policies?  We've lived through the 1992-2000 Bill Clinton period, when we 'celebrated' the end of the Reagan-Bush neocon era, but ended up entering the not so-left, but rather hawkish-neoliberal, Clinton era.  These lessons from modern U.S. political history teach us that the more the politicians claim to “change”, the more remains the same -- regardless whether we elect “left” or "right" candidates. >> Read More

 
CALL TO ACTION!

May Day 2009 National Immigrant
Workers Mobilization

National Immigrant Solidarity Network
http://www.immigrantsolidarity.org/MayDay2009/

WE ARE ALL HUMANS! NO ONE IS ILLEGAL!
Post your May Day 2009 Action Calendar!
http://www.immigrantsolidarity.org/calendar/Calendar.php


We are calling A national day of multi-ethnic unity with youth, labor, peace and justice communities in solidarity with immigrant workers and building new immigrant rights & civil rights movement!

Wear White T-Shirt, organize local actions to support immigrant worker rights!

1) No to anti-immigrant legislation, and the criminalization of the immigrant communities.
2) No to militarization of the border.
3) No to the immigrant detention and deportation.
4) No to the guest worker program.
5) No to employer sanction and "no match" letters.
6) Yes to a path to legalization without condition for undocumented immigrants NOW.
7) Yes to speedy family reunification.
8) Yes to civil rights and humane immigration law.
9) Yes to labor rights and living wages for all workers.
10) Yes to the education and LGBTQ immigrant legislation.

We encourages everyone to actively linking our issues with different struggles: wars in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine & Korea with sweatshops exploitation in Asia as well as in Los Angeles, New York; international arm sales and WTO, FTAA, NAFTA & CAFTA with AIDS, hunger, child labors and child solider; as well as multinational corporations and economic exploitation with racism and poverty at home—in order we can win the struggle together at this MAy Day 2009!


Please send your May Day 2009 reports to:  


$83.4 Billion for War

[United for Peace & Justice] The Obama administration has asked Congress for an additional $83.4 billion to pay for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan for FY2009. On the table, too, is a request for $130 billion to fund the wars in 2010. This, despite the fact that 6 in 10 Americans believe the war in Iraq was a mistake and growing numbers fear escalating war in Afghanistan.

United For Peace and Justice opposes this supplemental request and urges you to call your Representatives and Senators today and tell them that you, too, oppose the FY2009 Supplemental and you want them to stand with constituents who want to redirect our funds to reconstruction and aid, not war.
To reach the Washington switchboard, call 202-224-3121.
Click here for an analysis of the supplemental from the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation.
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3/19: UFPJ Call For Local Actions on 6th Anniversary

On March 19, 2003, the United States launched an illegal and immoral war against the people of Iraq. For six long years, our government lied, all the while human rights and the rule of law have been disregarded, the death toll has mounted, and massive destruction has left Iraq in ruins. The war has drained our national treasury while the profits of oil companies and war profiteers have soared.

United For Peace and Justice calls on groups large and small in cities, towns and rural communities all across the country to take public action on the 6th anniversary of the war. We call for the war and occupation to end now and for all the troops and contractors to be brought home!
Click here to view the call for local actions on the 6th anniversary of the war in Iraq. Don't forget to post your own events here.
UFPJ also has a new statement on the situation in Iraq, which is available here and Spanish version here.

3/21 Wahington DC: International ANSWER Marchon the Pentagon
March on Pentagon banner


 

More information about the simultaneous marches in Los Angeles and San Francisco
http://www.PentagonMarch.org
The March 21st March on the Pentagon is shaping up to be a dramatic and highly significant demonstration. From the Pentagon, we will march to the nearby giant corporate offices of Boeing Company, Lockheed Martin Corporation, General Dynamics and KBR (the former subsidiary of Halliburton).

There are 64 departure locations in 20 states bringing thousands of activists to Washington, D.C. Large numbers of students from across the country are mobilizing to join the demonstration.

We will be carrying hundreds of coffins representing the victims of war from Iraq to Afghanistan, Palestine, Pakistan, Lebanon, Somalia, Yemen, and the U.S. GIs who have been killed in the various fronts of George W. Bush’s proclaimed "endless war." Bush is gone but these criminal occupations and unilateral bombing attacks continue each and every day. Tens of thousands more troops are being sent to Afghanistan. In the last month civilian deaths in Iraq spiked and the occupation continues to cost $480 million each day. The people of Gaza are living under siege.

We will deliver these coffins to the doorsteps of the biggest war corporations and profiteers who make up the anchor of the Military-Industrial Complex.

Precious and limited resources are diverted from education, jobs, housing and health care, and given to these war corporations. The huge profits derived from war become an incentive for more war. We need a real change and that’s why we are marching in the thousands on March 21.
http://www.PentagonMarch.org

Call White House for Diplomacy and De-Escalation in Afghanistan
President Obama announced his decision to send 17,000 additional U.S. troops to Afghanistan, on the grounds that 'the situation in Afghanistan and Pakistan demands urgent attention'.
United For Peace and Justice strongly opposes this decision. We urge you to immediately call on President Obama to choose diplomacy, not escalation. We must let him know that a military solution is not the answer in Afghanistan. Call 202-456-1111 today!
The Afghanistan Working Group has now put together four fact sheets: Click here for the fact sheets and additional resources.

 

March On Wall Street, April 4
National Mobilization
Call by United for Peace & Justice
Plans Set for National Mobilization to End the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and Address the Economic Crisis by Cutting Military Spending
Read More »
'Plans for the Day' on April 4.
Flier (NYC) / Flier (Local)
Flier (NYC) (Spanish) / Flier (Local) (Spanish)
Transportation Page / Ride Board
Help Volunteer!
Donate Here!
Click here to endorse this April 4 mobilization.
It is Time to End the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
It is Time to Address the Economic Crisis by Cutting Military Spending

April 3 & 4: Nat'l March on Wall Street - Bail Out the People Not the Banks: More than 50 Organizing Centers
April 3 & 4: March on Wall Street
 
Endorse April 3 & 4 | Become a Local Organizer for April 3 & 4 | Find an Apr 3-4 Organizing Center Near You
Donate | Download BOPM Working Paper


April 3 & 4:  National March on Wall Street

April 3 & 4

On the Anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Martyrdom
Let us Unite and Remind the world of the 2 powerful messages of his final year:

  • Rise up against wars of colonial conquest
  • Fight for the right of all to a job or an income


 

Palestine Watch - Projects of Peace NO War Network
http://www.PalestineWatch.net
http://www.PeaceNOWar.net
1/17 Latest News from Israel Invasion and Killing at Gaza, Over 1,200 Killed >> Read More
ACTIONS AGAINST MASSACRE! Lists of Upcoming Worldwide Protests Against Israeli Invasion and Killing on Gaza! >> Read More
Please send us your protest information and reports to:
STOP THE WAR COALITION  (UK)
Web: http://www.stopwar.org.uk
3RD NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION FOR GAZA  
SATURDAY 24 JANUARY London, UK 
ISRAEL OUT OF GAZA NOW: LIFT THE BLOCKADE  
2/1-2: Washington DC Grassroots Advocacy & Training+Lists of Other Grassroots Congressional Actions Against Israel Invade Gaza >> Read More
1/14-1/16: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago Activists Direct Actions to Stop Israel War in Gaza >> Read More
1/14: Interfaith Declaration for Peace >> Read More
Fact Sheet : by US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, dealing with U.S. complicity in the Gaza crisis (1/5) >> download

Talking Points : The Gaza Crisis (12/28, Institute for Policy Studies) >> Read More

1/17: Israel shells UN school in Gaza
The UN has called for a war crimes investigation over the shelling of its school [AFP]
[al Jazeera] Israeli tank shells hit a UN-run school in Gaza, killing at least two people, as war in the Palestinian territory stretched into a 22nd day.
Heavy bombardment of so-called Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip - from artillery on the ground and jets overhead - continued on Saturday despite speculation that Israel will wrap up its military operations later in the day.
The death toll from the now more than three weeks of assault stands at 1,199 Palestinians killed, including more than 400 children according to UN and Palestinian medical sources.
At least 13 Israelis have also died in the same period, including three civilians.
School attacked
A Palestinian woman and a child were killed in the early hours of Saturday at the school run by the UN relief and works agency (Unrwa) in Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza >> Read More

1/16: Gaza Is a Concentration Camp
One Israeli official promised a holocaust in Gaza; it is impossible to keep pace with the death toll. http://www.alternet.org/audits/120197/
1/16: Testimony - Gaza Ambulance Drivers Risk Life and Limb to Evacuate Civilians to Safety (PCHR) >> Read More
1/16: Israel wants troops in Gaza after truce
[al Jazeera] Israel's security cabinet is in favor of a unilateral ceasefire in Gaza which will allow its army to remain in the beleaguered sliver >> Read More
Day 21 of Israeli War On Gaza 
By: Sameh A. Habeeb: Friday, January 16, 2009
A Photojournalist, Humanitarian & Peace Activist in Gaza Strip.

Day 21 of Israeli War On Gaza
Informative Report on Gaza War: Death toll 1180, wounded 5200

Video Updates:
1/16: Aftermath of attacks on Tar El Hawa district (al Jazeera)


http://www.activistvideo.org/views.asp?id=614
1/13: Israeli's Picnic On Israel Gaza Border To view Action (presstv.ir/news)




http://www.activistvideo.org/views.asp?id=611
More Latest Videos from Israel Invade Gaza at ActivistVideo.org >> View
Live TV coverage on-line
Al Jazeera
http://english.aljazeera.net/watch_now/
 
Press TV - Iran
http://www.presstv.ir/watch_live.aspx

Gaza Massacre: actions and information
UPCOMING EVENTS

PALESTINIAN/ISRAELI MEDIA: Palestinian media: International Middle East Media Center (IMEMC) (en) | The Palestine News Network (PNN) (en /ar/he/fr) | Ma'an News Agency (MNA) (en /ar) | Electronic Intifada (ei) (en) | PFLP (anti-stalinist socialist/communist) (en /ar) | Palestinian Information Center (PIC) (en/ ar) | WAFA - Palestine News Agency (en /ar/he/fr) | blogs: [1] | [2] | IMC Israel: Israel Indymedia (en/he)

TODAY'S ACTIONS UPDATE: what's happened today around the activist world

TODAY'S NEWS UPDATE what's happened today in the (un-)real world, especially Gaza

BOYCOTT: International boycott of Israeli products launched from West Bank | Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions Movement | Palestinian Campaign for the Academic & Cultural Boycott of Israel | US End the Occupation | UK BDS

UNDERREPORTED TOPICS: white phosphorus | war crimes | refuseniks (Israelis who refuse to kill) | repression of the media

1/10: People worldwide protest against Israel+Videos >> Read More

Latest Videos from Israel Invade Gaza at ActivistVideo.org >> View

 

 
 
 


1/7 Gaza: Over 600 Palestinians Killed. Humanitarian Crisis Faces 1.6 Million
Gaza Massacre Escalates As Ground Assault Begins
[San Francisco Indy Bay Independent Media Center] On Saturday January 3rd, Israel confirmed its troops have entered the Gaza Strip as attacks on Gaza entered their eighth day. Tanks moved into the besieged Gaza Strip though Beit Hanoun crossing shortly after nightfall on Saturday. Power lines have been cut throughout Gaza, and all of Gaza is now without electricity.

By Tuesday January 6th, at least 600 Palestinians were dead and thousands of Palestinians are wounded and many are dying due to hospitals being cutoff from the outside world. On Tuesday, as many as 40 Palestinians were killed in an Israeli air strike on a United Nations-run school which many Palestinians were using as a shelter after having been ordered to leave their homes by the Israeli army.

In the days before the ground assault, Israel intensified air and artillery attacks. At least 13 people were killed when a missile struck a crowded mosque in Beit Lahiya; more than 200 people had been inside the Ibrahim al-Maqadna mosque for evening prayers when it was struck and at least 50 were wounded in the attack. On Friday, January 2nd, Israel allowed between 350 and 450 foreigners to leave Gaza, but for most Palestinians the borders are closed and 1.6 million people are unable to escape the increasingly deadly Israeli attacks.

As protests occur around the world and many world leaders denounce the massacre, the US has blocked even a basic UN statement condemning civilian deaths and US politicians like NY mayor Bloomberg and Democratic Congressman Gary Ackerman have flown to Israel to show their support for Israel's actions. While polls show that the US public is divided in their views on Israel's attack, US politicians in both major parties are almost all united behind Israel. President-elect Obama is refusing to talk about world events until he gets elected but statements from his advisers suggest his stance will be very similar to that of Bush.

In San Francisco, an emergency protest took place Saturday January 3rd at Powell and Market.
imc_photo.gif Photos: 1 | 2 | Annoucements 1 | 2
In San Jose there was a protest on Sunday January 4th. Over 1,000 people gathered to protest Israel's actions in Gaza.
imc_photo.gif Photos: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
In San Francisco, on Monday January 5th, a thousand protesters marched from Market and Montgomery to the Federal Building, demanding that Israel halt its invasion of Gaza. A small delegation attempted to enter the Federal Building to deliver a message asking the US government to stop supporting the Israeli military.
imc_video.gifVideo | imc_photo.gif Photos: 1 | 2 | 3

Protests Around The US And World: Los Angeles, California | Denver, Colorado | Rochester, New York | New York City, | Seattle, Washington | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | Minneapolis, Minnesota | Cleveland, Ohio | Houston, Texas | Portland, Oregon | Worchester, Massachusetts | Washington DC | Auckland, New Zeland | Buenos Aires, Argentina | Ireland | Italy | Turkey | United Kingdom | Israel

Updates From Gaza: imc_audio.gifDN: Israeli F16 Attack Kills Father of Palestinian Journalist | Israel collaborator recruiter punked | Gaza in the Time of Ashura | Is regime change the ultimate goal? | Robert Fisk: Keeping out the cameras and reporters simply doesn't work | imc_audio.gifDN: A Debate On Israel's Invasion of Gaza | imc_audio.gifDN: Israeli Professor Neve Gordon Condemns Israeli Invasion of Gaza | Fifty-two Gazans killed as Israeli forces invade | Israel invades Gaza | Hamas captures 2 Israeli soldiers? | Bethlehem News Updates | imc_audio.gifAli Abunimah On Gaza Ground Invasion | imc_audio.gifFormer Israeli Pilot, Yonatan Shapira About Gaza Invasion | imc_audio.gifInterview With Photographer, Fida Qishta in Rafah | PFLP Update: Occupation begins ground invasion of Gaza | Lee Siu Hin: Israel Begin Invade Gaza | Israel prepares to send in the tanks | Foreigners Flee Gaza Inferno | Israel Destroys American School in Gaza, Kills Guard | Bombing Refugee Camps in Gaza Instead of Paying the Refugees Reparations | IDF troops shoot and kill Palestinian stone-thrower in West Bank

US Response: imc_audio.gifDN: U.S. Blocks UN Security Council Vote Calling For Immediate Cease-Fire In Gaza | Obama’s deadly silence | US blocks cease-fire, gives Israel carte blanche to continue killing in Gaza | NY Mayor Bloomberg & Democratic Representative Ackerman In Southern Israel | Amnesty International says U.S. response to Gaza 'lopsided'

Breaking News From Gaza: Flashpoints Radio | Israel Indymedia | Electronic Intifada | Ma'an News Agency | International Middle East Media Center | Palestine News Network | Palestine News Agency | Al Jazeera | Ha'aretz

Previous Indybay Coverage of Gaza Massacre | Previous IndybayCoverage of Protests
1/6: Hamas speaks (by Mousa Abu Marzook)  >> Read More
1/3: Ten Thousand Protest in Tel Aviv and Voices of Jewish Dissent Over Gaza >> Read More

12/30: Reports form Worldwide Protests Against Massacre in Gaza >> Read

 
12/28 New York, NY: Thousands Rally in Rockefeller Center Against Israeli Aggression + Update: Video  >>Read More
12/28: Talking Points - The Gaza Crisis (Institute for Policy Studies)
If we are serious about ending this carnage, this time, we have no choice but to try to analyze, try to figure out what caused this most recent massacre, how to stop it, and then how to continue our work to end the occupation, end Israel's apartheid policies, and change U.S. policy to one of justice and equality for all >> Read More

1/28 Analysis: Israel had planned the attack for 6 months, mount PR Campaign, and Israeli far rights gain support from the attack
Israel's ongoing onslaught on the sealed off Gaza Strip, marketed to the world as a response to Palestinian rocket-firing, has been planned six months ago and is Israel's version of America's "shock and awe" campaign against Iraq, Haaretz reported on Sunday, December 28. In addition, Israel has mounted a public relations campaign to convince international hearts and minds that Hamas is to blame for the death and destruction they are seeing on their television screens >> Read More

                                                      
Video 12/27: Israel launches missile attacks on Gaza (Al-Jazeera) at ActivistVideo.org

View: http://www.activistvideo.org/views.asp?id=521
12/27 Palestine Watch: Gaza Massacre! Latest News on Israeli war planes attacks Gaza Strip >> Read More
12/27: Media Release, International Response and Analysis on the Latest Israeli Attacks on Gaza >> Read More
More related news at http://www.palestinewatch.net


1/6/09 Washington DC: MARCH OF THE DEAD - 111th Congress
THE MARCH OF THE DEAD WILL BE THERE

 WE CARRY THE NAMES OF THOSE KILLED DURING THE ILLEGAL U.S. INVASION AND OCCUPATION OF IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN >> Read More
Lists of Jan 20, 2009 Inauguration DayActions from Across the Country >> Read More
*Please send us your Jan 20 calendar of item to:   and
Declaration of Peace 2009 Call to Action >> Read More

12/1 Lee Siu Hin: What We Should Expect from President Barak Obama?
What should we expect from President Barack Obama?  We've lived through 1976-1980, when many argued we should support “liberal” President Jimmy Carter because he was the “lesser of two evils,” do we now overlook his failed policies?  We've lived through the 1992-2000 Bill Clinton period, when we 'celebrated' the end of the Reagan-Bush neocon era, but ended up entering the not so-left, but rather hawkish-neoliberal, Clinton era.  These lessons from modern U.S. political history teach us that the more the politicians claim to “change”, the more remains the same -- regardless whether we elect “left” or "right" candidates. >> Read More

Military Families Speak Out (MFSO)
Come to Washington February 6-9, 2009 to demand "The Change WE Need"

President Elect Obama opposed the war in Iraq before it started, calling it a "dumb war."  But he and his advisors have also said that they plan to spread the return of combat troops from that "dumb war" out over sixteen months and to keep tens of thousands of other troops on the ground in Iraq indefinitely. 

So from February 6-9, MFSO will be traveling to Washington to bring the new President and new Congress the message that it is long past time to bring all our troops home from Iraq.  The four days of events will include:

  • A teach-in on Capitol Hill featuring the voices of military families, veterans, and Iraqis, explaining the need for an immediate and complete end to the war in Iraq -- and the human impacts of continuing the occupation.
  • A march from Arlington National Cemetery to the White House.
  • Lobbying members of Congress to end the war in Iraq.

For More information, visit: http://www.mfso.org

January-April 2009: 100 Days Campaign To Close Guantanamo and End Torture!
CALL TO ACTION 

With Obama taking office, we have a historic opportunity to reverse the disastrous torture policies of the last eight years. 
http://salsa.democracyinaction.org/dia/track.jsp?v=2&c=r3LjOdh3jJ23mnvFXc97BVWydqmgk81S
We begin on Sunday, January 11, 2009, which marks seven years of detention and torture at Guantanamo.  We want this to be the last time we come to Washington to demand the closing of the detention camp at Guantanamo and an end to torture! 

arrowJanuary 11, 12:45pm at Dupont Circle in DC 
Theater, Procession and Rally. 
http://salsa.democracyinaction.org/dia/track.jsp?v=2&c=mq4qJqacjb945Bm35kd2HlWydqmgk81S
Featuring speakers, the Theater Against Torture, torture survivorHector Aristizabal, a Puppet Brigade, and a procession of people wearing orange jumpsuits and black hoods. 

arrowJanuary 11 - January 20 in DC & elsewhwere 
Fast for Justice 

Following the rally at Dupont Circle, more than 40 people will begin a liquid-only fast (most will be at the White House) that will continue through Inauguration Day. Please join us

arrowJanuary 20 - April 30 in DC & the US 
100 Days to Close Guantánamo & End Torture 
http://salsa.democracyinaction.org/dia/track.jsp?v=2&c=IJ2FKyvwTv5o0xu4CanYk1Wydqmgk81S
In addition to a sustained physical presence at the White House, there will be organized activities - from film screenings to lectures and community meetings - in Washington, DC, and across the country. These activities are designed to mobilize people concerned about torture and keep sustained pressure on our elected officials to close Guantánamo with deliberate speed. We are hoping small groups people will join us in DC for a week at time. 

For up-to-date details as well as information about housing, food, rides and directions, legal support and more, visit www.100dayscampaign.org

12/15 Iraq Watch: Journalist throw shoes at Bush on Iraq trip (video and commentary)

Watch the Video (at Activist Video Service): http://www.activistvideo.org/views.asp?id=510
[BBC] A surprise visit by US President George Bush to Iraq has been overshadowed by an incident in which two shoes were thrown at him during a news conference. An Iraqi journalist was wrestled to the floor by security guards after he called Mr Bush "a dog" and threw his footwear, just missing the president.

Action: Send Bush Your Shoes! 16 Dec 2008 America: We were unable to give President [sic] Bush the boot, but we *can* give him the shoe!
Please spread this action far and wide.
http://www.legitgov.org/price_send_bush_shoes_161208.html

Bush shoe-thrower in hospital after beating: brother 16 Dec 2008 The Iraqi journalist who hurled shoes at US President [sic] George W. Bush is in hospital after being beaten up by security guards, his brother charged on Tuesday, as judicial authorities launched a probe into the incident. "He has been taken to Ibn Sina hospital because he has a broken arm and ribs and is also suffering injuries to his eye and leg," Durgham al-Zaidi said of his brother Muntazer.

12/14/08: UFPJ National Assembly A Success!
Things have been busy here in Chicago!
With UFPJ's 4th United for Peace and Justice (UFPJ) National Assembly coming to a close, the coalition can speak with great enthusiasm of the renewed level of commitment and participation by its member groups. With the consensus adoption of our revised Unity Statement, a new Strategic Framework, and a Program for Action designed for the opportunities and challenges of this period, there was a renewed commitment to the work of this coalition.

In addition, the delegates to the Assembly adopted a campaign of organizing and protest tentatively entitled "Yes We Can!...End the War!", leading up to a major mobilization in NYC on the April 4th anniversaries of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Riverside Church speech in 1967 and his assassination the following year.  Read More »

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