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SF Protest against 2nd war in Iraq - say No to Turkey invasion
Date Friday November 02
Time 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location Details
Please join Kurds, Iraqis and other Americans this Friday, November 2nd at 10:00AM at the following location:

San Francisco, CA
City Hall steps
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
Event Type Protest
Organizer/AuthorKurdish Relief
Emailkurdishreliefaid [at]
Demonstration Against a Second Iraq War. Say NO to a Turkish invasion of Iraqi Kurdistan - the only peaceful part of Iraq.

The current threat of invasion by Turkey should be a great concern to everyone. A Turkish invasion would cause Iraqi Kurdistan, the only safe region in all of Iraq, to spiral out of control. Iraqi Kurdistan has become the home to thousands of refugees from Iran and Turkey and many displaced peoples from southern Iraq who have escaped the madness of the Iraqi war, in addition to the local Kurdish, Assyrian and Christian Iraqi residents of the region. Iraqi Kurdistan also serves as a region for R&R for American troops.

Any risk to this region would be catastrophic to the entire region. The conflict at hand between Turkey and Kurdish rebels is one that can be solved PEACEFULLY and through DIALOGUE. Officials all over Iraq have repeatedly offered political dialogue as an alternative to war. Support this alternative and convince the world that it is the ONLY option for a solution. A new war in Iraq will NOT solve anything.

A Peaceful Solution is the ONLY Solution.

Join Kurds, Iraqis and other Americans in this peaceful demonstration in San Francisco at City Hall. Come support peace and say No to war!
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Kurds and other Americans in the US organize nation-wide demonstrationsArdeshir AlanWednesday Oct 31st, 2007 11:11 PM