Forwarded from: stopwar.org.uk
28 March 2011
Forwarded Alert: UK – Rally: Hands Off Libya
Libya could become another Afghanistan and Iraq
When western forces entered Afghanistan nearly 10 years ago, people were talking of it being over in days, and people said the same in Iraq. But a million have died and a civilisation has as good as collapsed. We don’t want to see a similar picture in Libya, says Turkish prime minister Erdogan.
When: Wednesday 30 March – 7pm
Where: Conway Hall, Red Lion Square London WC1R 4RL
Speakers: George Galloway • Tony Benn • Kate Hudson • Joe Glenton • Sami Ramadani • Jeremy Corbyn MP
Source: http:// stopwar.org.uk/
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Holy Qur’an: Chapter 4, Verse 75
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