Afghan Police Protecting Protesters! + Former Afghan spy chief forms grassroots movement

Hakim
Guest Writer
Dandelion Salad

on Mar 19, 2011

We want to live without wars!
The citizens of Afghanistan say NO to war.
Today we make a resolute stand for a peaceful tomorrow.
Peace is a prerequisite for all progress.
No to war!
We don’t want any more war…
We are so tired of war!
We can be friends.
The citizens of Afghanistan say NO to war.
The peace volunteers clearly understand with human and civic responsibility….
…that peace is necessary for life.
We’ve endeavored to bring peace & friendship to all corners of Afghanistan.
Afghan ‘talk of peace’ must walk.
‘I feel very happy!’
The small protest against war today can the origin of a wave in Afghanistan!
Warmongers, do not turn our houses into war bastions!
Today we make a resolute stand for a peaceful tomorrow.
Oh, how we wish to live without wars!
Thank you ( to the police ) !
And be alive and well !
We really are so happy that our friends have stood beside us!
Oh, how we wish to live without wars!

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We would love to talk to you and friends in Egypt, Iraq, Gaza and others, on our Sunday the 20th of March, for our 24-hour Global Day of Listening to ‘live without wars’. Please emailglobaldayoflistening@gmail.com to arrange.

Love,

Hakim and the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers

Afghan ‘talk of peace’ must walk

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Former Afghan spy chief forms grassroots movement

on Mar 19, 2011

Amrullah Saleh, the former head of Afghanistan’s intelligence agency, has cast doubt over Hami Karzai, the president’s plan to bring stability in the country, and says he is making secret deals with the Taliban.

He has also formed a so-called grassroots movement in a bid to bring peace.

Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr reports.

see

Afghan Peace will NOT come from the Powers

Peace is not yours to give, Mr. President by Kathleen Kirwin

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