WHAT WAR BRINGS: the killing of nonviolent protesters
And there are many, many more pictures of protests in
In this blog post, I am going to present only one example of nonviolent protesters being killed or injured by US troops. I suspect that there are MANY MORE, but do not have the evidence to refute US claims that the protests were violent instead of nonviolent.
But in Fallujah in April 2003, it is pretty well documented by various news agencies that there were nonviolent protests against the
Medics said 75 were also wounded in the march by more than 200 protesters on the school after Muslim prayers on Monday evening in Falluja, 30 miles from the Iraqi capital. Some witnesses put the death toll as high as 17.
Residents said the marchers were unarmed.
Some of the dead were not taking part in the protest. The journalists on the scene could not find any evidence to back up the
Photo: An Iraqi man lies injured in his hospital bed surrounded by his parents in Falluja hospital, 50 kms (30 miles) west of
If you support the continued occupation of
:Strike against war, for without you no battles can be fought! Strike against manufacturing shrapnel and gas bombs and all other tools of murder! Strike against preparedness that means death and misery to millions of human beings! Be not dumb, obedient slaves in an army of destruction! Be heroes in an army of construction!: Helen Keller. - Source: Told to an audience at Carnegie Hall one year before the