Hände weg von Syrien – Eine dringende Botschaft für den Frieden angesichts der Gefahr eines größeren Krieges.

Am 13. Oktober veröffentlichten 158 Organisationen aus zahlreichen Ländern und mehrere hundert Einzelpersonen auf englisch den Aufruf »USA – Hände weg von Syrien«. Er liegt seit dem 17. Oktober auf deutsch vor.

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Wir erheben unsere Stimmen gegen die Gewalt des Krieges und den enormen Druck von Kriegspropaganda, Lügen und einer politischen Agenda, die verwendet werden, um diesen Krieg und jeden der vergangenen Kriege der USA zu rechtfertigen.

Wir, die unterzeichneten Organisationen und Einzelpersonen, unterstützen die folgenden „Punkte der Einheit“ und werden als Ad-hoc-Koalition zusammenarbeiten, um zu helfen, die Regimewechsel-Intervention durch die USA, die NATO und ihre regionalen Verbündeten und die Tötung unschuldiger Menschen in Syrien zu beenden.

  • Die Fortsetzung des Krieges in Syrien ist das Ergebnis einer von den USA, der NATO, ihren regionalen Verbündeten und reaktionären Kräften durchgeführten Intervention seitens der USA, deren Ziel der Regimewechsel in Syrien ist.
  • Diese Politik des Regimewechsels in Syrien ist illegal und geschieht in klarer Verletzung der Charta der Vereinten Nationen, des Buchstabens und des Geistes des Völkerrechts und der Allgemeinen Erklärung der Menschenrechte.
  • Diese Politik des erzwungenen Regimewechsels bedroht die Sicherheit der Region und der Welt und erhöht die Gefahr einer direkten Konfrontation zwischen den Vereinigten Staaten und Russland mit dem Potenzial einer nuklearen Katastrophe für die ganze Welt.
  • Der Krieg, die US-Sanktionen und die EU-Sanktionen haben jeden Sektor der syrischen Wirtschaft destabilisiert und haben ein einst autarkes Land in eine hilfsabhängige Nation verwandelt. Die Hälfte der syrischen Bevölkerung ist jetzt vertrieben. Ein UN-Bericht der ESCWA weist darauf hin, dass diese Sanktionen gegen Syrien die Hilfeleistung während einer der größten humanitären Notsituationen seit dem Zweiten Weltkrieg lähmen. Ein Drittel der syrischen Flüchtlinge in  Jordanien, dem Libanon und in der Türkei wurden von US-Kürzungen an UNICEF hart getroffen. Dies zwingt verzweifelte Flüchtlinge dazu, sich auf dem Weg nach Europa zu machen.
  • Keine ausländische Organisation, sei es eine ausländische Regierung oder eine bewaffnete Gruppe, hat das Recht, die Grundrechte des syrischen Volkes nach Unabhängigkeit, nationaler Souveränität und Selbstbestimmung zu verletzen. Dazu gehört das Recht der syrischen Regierung, militärische Unterstützung aus anderen Ländern anzufordern und zu akzeptieren, wie dies auch von der US-Regierung zugegeben worden ist.
  • Nur die Syrer haben das unveräußerliche Recht, ihre politischen Vertreter zu wählen und den Charakter ihrer Regierung zu bestimmen, und zwar frei von ausländischen Interventionen. Dieses Recht kann unter den Bedingungen der U.S.-orchestrierten ausländischen Intervention gegen das syrische Volk nicht selbstbestimmt ausgeübt werden.
  • Unsere Opposition gilt dem erzwungenen Regimewechsel in Syrien durch von den USA unterstützte ausländische Mächte und ihre Söldner. Es ist nicht unsere Aufgabe, Präsident Assad oder die syrische Regierung zu unterstützen oder sich ihr zu widersetzen. Nur das syrische Volk hat das Recht über die Legitimität seiner Regierung zu entscheiden.
  • Die dringendste Frage ist derzeit der Frieden und die Beendigung der Gewalt durch ausländische Interventionen, die zum Tod von Hunderttausenden und der Vertreibung von Millionen von Syrern geführt hat und sowohl im Land selbst als auch als Flüchtlingkrise im Ausland.

Basierend auf diesen Punkten der Einheit vereinbaren wir als Einzelpersonen und Organisationen – in einer Ad-hoc-Koalition – folgende Forderungen und verpflichten uns, gemeinsam daran mitzuwirken:

  • Ein sofortiges Ende der U.S.-Politik des erzwungenen Regimewechsels in Syrien und die volle Anerkennung und Einhaltung der Grundsätze des Völkerrechts und der U.N.-Charta durch die USA, die NATO und ihre Verbündeten, einschließlich der Achtung für die Unabhängigkeit und die territoriale Integrität Syriens.
  • Ein sofortiges Ende aller ausländischen Aggressionen gegen Syrien und ernsthafte Bemühungen um eine politische Lösung des Krieges.
  • Ein sofortiges Ende aller militärischen, finanziellen, logistischen und nachrichtendienstlichen Unterstützung durch die USA, die NATO und ihre regionalen Verbündeten für die ausländischen Söldner und Extremisten im Nahen Osten.
  • Ein sofortiges Ende der Wirtschaftssanktionen gegen Syrien. Massive internationale Hilfe für Vertriebene in Syrien und syrische Flüchtlinge im Ausland.

Nur in einem friedlichen und unabhängigen Syrien, das frei von ausländischer Aggressionen ist, können die Syrer ihre Souveränitätsrechte frei ausüben, ihren freien Willen ausdrücken und freie Entscheidungen über ihre Regierung und die Führung ihres Landes treffen.

Wir fordern alle Unterstützer des Friedens und des Rechts auf Selbstbestimmung der Völker auf der ganzen Welt auf, sich uns in Zusammenarbeit anzuschließen, um diese humanitären Forderungen zu erfüllen.

Wir benötigen Arbeitsplätze, Gesundheitswesen, Bildung und ein Ende der rassistischen Gewalt der Polizei in den USA, und keine US-Kriege im Ausland!

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UNTERZEICHNER (Stand 7.11.):

Organizational Signers (in alphabetical order):

  1. African Awareness Association, USA
  2. Akademie Solidarische Akademie, Germany
  3. AKF, Germany
  4. Albany Park, North Park, Mayfair Neighbors for Peace and Justice (Chicago)
  5. Alliance for Global Justice
  6. Al-Awda — Palestine National Right to Return Coalition
  7. All-African People’s Revolutionary Party
  8. All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC)
  9. All India Anti-Imperialist Forum, India
  10. Alternative Media — Ireland
  11. American Party of Labor
  12. ANSWER Coalition
  13. Antiwar Committee — Chicago
  14. Antiwar Committee — Minneapolis
  15. Antiwar Committee — Tampa
  16. Antiwar Committee — Tucson
  17. Antiwar Committee — Utah
  18. Arab Americans for Syria
  19. Arab Women Progressive League
  20. Arbeitskreis für Friedenspolitik – atomwaffenfreies Europa e. V., Berlin, Germany
  21. Arbeitskreis Marburger WisxsenschaftlerInnen für Friedens – und Abrüstungsforschung (AMW) — Germany
  22. Associazione per la Pace di Pordenone, Italy
  23. Attac, Hamburg, Germany
  24. Attac, Hungary
  25. Auszeithaus, Germany
  26. BAYAN – Philippine Coalition
  27. Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace
  28. Bike Arts Artist/Environment Forum, Toronto, Canada
  29. Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations
  30. British Afro-Asian Organisation
  31. Buffalo Anti Racism Coalition
  32. Byke4Peace.com
  33. Campaign for International Cooperation and Disarmament (CICD), Australia
  34. Casa de las Lenguas, Texas
  35. Chicago Area CodePINK
  36. Citizens of the World — Canada
  37. Citizens United for Renewable Energy (CURE), New Jersey, USA
  38. Clarity Press, Inc., Georgia, USA
  39. Coalition of Arab Canadian Professionals and Community Associations
  40. Codepink Golden Gate Chapter, Berkeley, California
  41. Cognitive Liberty, Californian, USA
  42. Collettivo redazionale – La Città Futura, Giornale comunista on-line, Italy
  43. Columbus Campaign for Arms Control
  44. Comite Surveillance OTAN, Bruxelles, Belgique
  45. The Committee to Stop FBI Repression — NYC
  46. Communist Party Australia — Melbourne Branch
  47. Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist-Leninist)
  48. Community Media Trust, Wellington, New Zealand
  49. Conselho Português para a Paz e Cooperação / Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation
  50. Consejo de la juventud de Torrelavega, Torrelavega, Cantabria, Spain
  51. Coop Anti-War Cafe, AntikriegTV, Berlin, Germany
  52. CT 9/11 Truth
  53. Countercurrents.org
  54. Dallas Left Alliance
  55. Democracy TV Berlin, Germany
  56. Democracy without Borders, Canada
  57. Deutscher Freidenkerverband, Berlin, Germany
  58. Deutscher Freidenker-Verband, Germany
  59. Disarmament and Security Centre, Christchurch, New Zealand
  60. DKP, Germany
  61. Earth Neighborhood
  62. Ecumenical Peace Institute Clergy and Laity Concerned
  63. Ecumenical Women’s Forum — Philippines
  64. El Movimiento Meicano Por la Paz Y el Desarollo (MOMPADE) — Mexico
  65. Far Eastern Press
  66. Fire This Time Movement for Social Justice — Canada
  67. FLC-CGIL Trade Union University of Florence (Italy)
  68. Frente Socialista de Puerto Rico
  69. Foro Contra la Guerra Imperialista y la OTAN (Spain)
  70. Free Mumia Abu Jamal Coalition — NYC
  71. Friedensbündnis Berlin, Germany
  72. Friedensinitiative Sülz-Klettenberg Köln, Germany
  73. Frome Stop War, UK
  74. Fronte Popolare (Italia)
  75. Galway Alliance Against War, Ireland
  76. Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition, USA
  77. Greater New Haven Peace Council, Connecticut
  78. Hamilton Coalition to Stop the War (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)
  79. Hands Off Syria (Australia)
  80. Handsoff Venezuela—Finland
  81. HEAL
  82. Hilton Head for Peace, South Carolina
  83. House of Creative Writing, Michigan, USA
  84. Houston Peace Council
  85. Houston Communist Party
  86. Humanistischer Landesverband Thüringen e.V., Jena, Germany
  87. ImaginAction Theatre, Sierra Madre, California
  88. In Service to Humankind of Planet Earth, Washington DC
  89. International Action Center
  90. International Anti-imperialist Coordinating Committee, Kolkata, India
  91. International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity
  92. International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal
  93. International Indigenous Society, Georgia, USA
  94. International-Lawyers.Org, Geneva, Switzerland
  95. Internationale Liga für Menschenrechte, Germany
  96. International League of Peoples Struggle – U.S.
  97. International Movement for a Just World (JUST), Malaysia
  98. International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear Weapons, Germany
  99. Jersey City Peace Movement, New Jersey, USA
  100. Iraqi Democrats Against Occupation, UK
  101. Just Peace Qld Australia
  102. Koalition des Widerstands, Berlin, Germany
  103. Labor Fightback Network, New Jersey, USA
  104. Labor Union Advocates
  105. Liberty From The Lobby
  106. Los Alamos Study Group — Arizona
  107. Maine Social Justice — Public Access TV Show
  108. Malcolm X Center
  109. Manu Waiata Restoration & Protection Society, Ltd, New Zealand
  110. Mariposa Habitat Nursery, Santa Rosa, California
  111. Melbourne May Day Committee, Australia
  112. Melbourne Unitarian Peace Memorial Church, Australia
  113. Michigan Emergency Committee Against War & Injustice
  114. Mobilization Against War & Occupation (MAWO) — Canada
  115. Movement for People’s Democracy, Los Angeles, California
  116. Mt. Diablo Peace and Justice Center, California, USA
  117. Multipolar World against War, Berlin, Germany
  118. Münchner Bündnis gegen Krieg und Rassismus, Germany
  119. Mütter gegen den Krieg Berlin-Brandenburg
  120. New Afrikan Independence Party (NAIP)
  121. New Jersey Peace Council
  122. New Mexico Intrinsic Human Rights Collaborative
  123. New Orleans Workers Group, USA
  124. News Source, Inc., Newton, Massachusetts
  125. No NATO List, Rome, Italy
  126. No Nukes No War — Connecticut
  127. Northeast Iowa Peace and Justice Committee
  128. Northeast Philly for Peace and Justice
  129. NoWar — Casa internazionale delle donne, Roma, Italy
  130. No War Net — Rome, Italy
  131. Nowar-Paix, Ottawa, Canada
  132. Oma, Nokia, Finland
  133. One State Assembly
  134. One World Media, Berlin, Germany
  135. One World Life Systems, New York
  136. Ontario Civil Liberties Association, Canada
  137. Orange County Healthcare For All!
  138. Our Developing World, Saratoga, California
  139. Our Revolution Los Angeles
  140. PädagogInnen für den Frieden, Hamburg, Germany
  141. Pakistan USA Freedom Forum, New York
  142. Pax Christi — Clinton, Iowa
  143. PDA Chicago
  144. Peace, Bochum, Germany
  145. Peace Action of San Mateo County, California
  146. Peace Forum Sangerhausen, Germany
  147. Peace Roots Alliance — Tennessee
  148. PeaceWorks, Maine
  149. Peoples’ Action for Rights and Community (PARC), California
  150. Peoples Organization for Progress
  151. Peoples Video Network, New Jersey, USA
  152. Performers and Artists for Nuclear Disarmament (PAND), Denmark
  153. Pittsburgh Anti-Imperialist League
  154. People Demanding Action, Florida
  155. Peoples’ Liberation Front — JVP, Srilanka
  156. Peoples Opposition to War, Imperialism & Racism — POWIR (Florida)
  157. Popular Resistance
  158. Popular Committee in Defense of Syria
  159. Portuguese Institute of Higher Studies in Geopolitics and Auxiliary Sciences
  160. Project NatureConnect, Los Angeles, USA
  161. Queers Without Borders — Hartford, Connecticut
  162. Racine Coalition for Peace and Justice, Wisconsin, USA
  163. Radical Student Union — CWRU, Cleveland, Ohio
  164. Redline Syria, Andorra
  165. Return Now Coalition
  166. Revolutionary Theory and Action Collective – Journal, Georgia, USA
  167. Rochester Peace Action and Education
  168. Rumble of the People, New Mexico, USA
  169. Samizdat: Socialist Prisoners Project, Wisconsin
  170. San Diego County Central Committee of the Peace and Freedom Party of California
  171. SEC. Rly Pensioners Association of India
  172. Seniora.org, Zurich, Switzerland
  173. Socialist Action
  174. Socialist Action — Ligue pour l’Action Socialiste, Canada
  175. SOLVE, Florida, USA
  176. songs4peace, New Jersey, USA
  177. South Asian Fund For Education, Scholarship & Training (SAFEST)
  178. South Coast People For Peace and Justice
  179. Southern Human Rights Organizers’ Conference – SHROC
  180. Spirit of Eureka (Victoria – Australia)
  181. St. Pete for Peace
  182. Stop Targeting Ohio Poor
  183. Stop the War Machine
  184. Strength Through Peace, an affiliate of the Fort Collins Community Action Network, Colorado
  185. Students for a Democratic Society — SDS
  186. Students for a Democratic Society (Angelina College Chapter), Texas
  187. Students for a Democratic Society — Clemson SDS
  188. Students for a Democratic Society at University of Houston
  189. Students for a Democratic Society, Salt Lake City, Utah
  190. Swedish Doctors for Human Rights, Sweden
  191. Swedish Peace Council
  192. Syria Solidarity Movement
  193. Syrian American Forum
  194. Syrian American Will Association – SAWA
  195. Syrian Social Club Community in the UK (Dr. Issa Chaer, Co-founder)
  196. The Expatriates Association of Syrians in Canada
  197. The Pacific Institute of Resource Management, Wellington, New Zealand
  198. Topanga Peace Alliance and MLK Coalition of Greater Los Angeles
  199. Umbrella Peace Art, Berlin, Germany
  200. United National Antiwar Coalition — UNAC
  201. United Opt Out National
  202. United Steelworkers Local 8751
  203. Uniting for Peace, London, UK
  204. Unleashed (Anarcho-Liberation)
  205. Upstate New York Drone Action
  206. U.S. Peace Council
  207. ver.di, Braunschweig, Germany
  208. Veterans for Peace Chapter 15, Tallahasseee, Florida
  209. Veterans For Peace Chapter 21, Northern New Jersey
  210. Veterans For Peace Chapter 71, Sonoma County, California
  211. Veterans For Peace Chapter 109, Washington State
  212. Veterans For Peace Chapter 111, Bellingham, Washington State
  213. Veterans for Peace — Ireland
  214. Veteranstoday.com, Arizona
  215. Virginia Defenders for Freedom, Justice & Equality
  216. Villas de la Playa Vega baja, Puerto Rico
  217. Walden Three, Wien, Austria
  218. War is Unacceptable to Consciousness
  219. Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ, Chicago
  220. Whores Against Wars, New Zealand
  221. Wisconsin Bail Out The People Movement
  222. WisxsenschaftlerInnen für Friedens – und Abrüstungsforschung (AMW) — Germany
  223. Wolf’s Enterprises Human and Civil Rights Advocacy
  224. Women Against Military Madness — WAMM
  225. Women for Peace, Finland
  226. Workers World Party
  227. World 5.0
  228. World Peace Council (WPC)
  229. Würselener Initiative für den Frieden, Germany
  230. http://www.balqis.de
  231. Zimbabwe Pan Africanist Youth Agenda

 

Individual Signers (in alphabetical order):

  1. Matti Aalto, Secretary of Oulus District, Communist Party of Finland*
  2. Jim Abourezk, Former U.S. Senator, South Dakota
  3. Judith Ackerman, WIB,* New York
  4. Jairo Aja Garcia, Ex-vicepresidente, Consejo de la juventud de Torrelavega, Torrelavega, Cantabria, Spain
  5. Arena Alessio, General Secretary, Fronte Popolare,* Italy
  6. Charles Altman, Huntington Woods Peace, Citizenship and Education Project,* Michigan
  7. Akubundu Amazu, Central Committee Member, All-African People’s Revolutionary Party
  8. Robert Anderson, Co-Director, Stop the War Machine
  9. Tim Anderson, Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney,* Australia
  10. Dietrich Antelmann, Diplomkameralist, Mitglied beim Komitee für Grundrechte und Demokratie,* Potsdam, Germany
  11. Michae Anthony, Lightning Ledge,* Crete, Illinois
  12. Masad Arbid, M.D., Arab – Americans for Syria*
  13. Mohammed Arif, General Secretary, British Afro-Asian Organisation
  14. Hector Aristizabal, Director, ImaginAction Theatre, Sierra Madre, California
  15. Lee Artz, Professor, Media Studies, Purdue Northwest,* Indiana
  16. Kenneth Ashe, Veterans for Peace,* Marshall, North Carolina
  17. Karen Ashikeh, Founder, Earth Neighborhood, Fremont, California
  18. Christopher Assad, The Expatriates Association of Syrians in Canada
  19. Margli Auclair, Director, Mt. Diablo Peace and Justice Center, Walnut Creek, California
  20. Dr. Georg Auernheimer, Univ. Prof. em., Internationale Liga für Menschenrechte
  21. Steffen Aumüller, Friedensbündnis Berlin, Mitglied DIE LINKE, Germany
  22. Abayomi Azikiwe, Pan Africa News Wire
  23. Kazem Azin, Co-founder, Solidarity Iran — SI, USA
  24. Alli Baker, Pastor, Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ, Chicago
  25. Ekkehard Basten, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear Weapons,* Berlin, Germany
  26. Romina Beitseen, Secretary, Campaign for International Cooperation and Disarmament (CICD), Australia
  27. Richard Baker, Fronte Popolare, Italy
  28. Ajama Baraka, Human Rights Defender
  29. William Barklay, In Service toHumankind of Planet Earth, Washington DC, USA
  30. Peter Barrett, President, Pacific Institute of Resource Management,* Wellington, New Zealand
  31. Thomas Baxter, President, Veterans for Peace Chapter 15, Florida
  32. Mary Beaudoin, Women Against Military Madness,* Minnesota, USA
  33. Daniel Becker, Deutscher Freidenker Verband,* Berlin, Germany
  34. Dr. Johannes Mari Becker, Senior Researcher, Arbeitskreis Marburger
  35. Vanessa Beeley, Independent Journalist and Photographer
  36. Mike Beilstein, City Councilor,* Corvallis, Oregon
  37. Judith Bello, Member of Admin Committee, UNAC; Rochester Peace Action and Education
  38. Matyas Benyik, Chairperson, ATTAC Hungary
  39. William Bianchi, Chair, PDA Chicago
  40. Thomas Bias, National Secretary, Labor Fightback Network, New Jersey, USA
  41. Olga Bidshijewa, Verdi, S21-Gegner,* Stutgart, Germany
  42. Toby Blomé, CODEPINK, SF Bay Area Chapter,* California, USA
  43. Max Bollock, Board Member, San Mateo County Peace Action,* USA
  44. Anne Bowers, Women in Black,* New York, USA
  45. Vincenzo Branid, Spokesman, No War Net / No NATO List — Rome (Italy)
  46. Jimmy Brash, Editorial Board Member, The North Star website,* Parsippany-Troy Hills, new Jersey
  47. Manfred Braun, Member of Local Speaker Council, DIE LINKE,* Brühl (Baden), Germany
  48. Charles Britz, Appalachian Left,* Huntington, West Virginia
  49. Keith Brooks, UFT Retiree, NWU,* New York, USA
  50. Bob Brown, Organizer, All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) — USA
  51. Mattie Boyd, Workers World Party,* Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  52. Vincenzo Brandi, Spokesman, No War Net Rome / No NATO List — Italy
  53. Daniel Brown, Director, Rite of Strings, Modern Guitar Tuition, Cockburn Central, Australia
  54. Annette Brownlie, President, Just Peace Qld Australia
  55. Minnie Bruce Pratt, UAW Local 1981/ National Writers Union*
  56. Kim Bryan, General Secretary,* Socialist Labour Party (Great Britain)
  57. Heinrich Buecker, Initiator, Coop Anti-War Cafe, AntikriegTV, Berlin, Germany
  58. Doug Bullock, Legislator, Albany County,* USA
  59. Kerry Burch, Professor, Northern Illinois University,* USA
  60. Mark Burton, Member of the Board, Alliance for Global Justice
  61. Gregory Butterfield, National Organization of Legal Services Workers, UAW Local 2320,* New York, USA
  62. Mike Caggiano, President, Peace Action of San Mateo county, California
  63. Traian Cainaru, USFSP,* New York, USA
  64. Luke Callinan, Political Organiser, Sinn Féin,* Ireland
  65. Candace Carnicelli, Executive Director, Common Peace,* California, USA
  66. Alfonse Casal, National Spokesperson, American Party of Labor
  67. Elizabeth Case, Dorchester People for Peace,* Boston, Massachusetts
  68. Isabelle Casel, Die Linke,* WIIS,* attac DPG,* Bonn, Germany
  69. Liane Casten, Co-Chair, Citizens Act to Protect Our Water (CAPOW!)*
  70. John Catalinotto, Managing Editor, Workers World newspaper,* USA
  71. Sara Catalinotto, Delegate, UFT Local 2/MORE Caucus,* New York
  72. John Chadwick, Magistrate of Visa Application,* Bellingham, Sashington State
  73. Dr. Issa Chaer, Syria Solidarity Movement
  74. Frank Chapman, Field organizer, Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression*
  75. Courtney Childs, CCDS, Corvallis Chapter,* Oregon
  76. K. R. Chowdry, President, All India Anti-imperialist Forum, Kokata, India
  77. Ramsey Clark, Former U.S. Attorney General & Human Rights Attorney
  78. Polet Claudine, Comite Surveillance OTAN, Bruxelles, Belgique
  79. Diana G. Collier, Editorial Director, Clarity Press, Inc., Georgia, USA
  80. Lynn Comerford, Professor, California State University — East Bay*
  81. Mary Compton, Co-Chair, Greater New Haven Peace Council,* Connecticut
  82. Shahid Comrade, Secretary General, Pakistan USA Freedom Forum, New York
  83. Gerry Condon, National Board Vice President, Veterans For Peace*
  84. James Connolly, Administrator, Connecticut Progressives FB Page
  85. Sheila Coombes, Founder and Coorinator, Frome Stop War, UK
  86. John Cooper, Professor of Chemistry (Retired), Pennsylvania
  87. Len Cooper, Melbourne May Day Committee, Australia
  88. Heather Cottin, Long Island Committee Against US Wars,* Freeport, New York
  89. Ian Cox, Vice-Chair, Students for a Democratic Society (Angelina College Chapter), Texas
  90. Pastor Michael-Vincent Crea, Founder & Pastor One World Life Systems, New York
  91. Bernadette Cronin-Geller, Brandywine Peace Community,* Philadelphia
  92. Cheryl Curtis, Ct 9/11 Truth
  93. Christine Curtiss, Arlington Street Church,* Boston, Massachusetts
  94. Margaretta D’Arcy, Chair, Women in Media and Entertainment (WIME),* Galway, Ireland
  95. Kenneth Dalton, Veterans For Peace, Chapter 21,* New Jersey, U.S.A.
  96. Claudine Dauphin, Archaeologist and Historian of the Middle East, Paris, France
  97. Nicolas J. S. Davies, Author of Blood On Our Hands: The American Invasion and Destruction of Iraq, Florida, USA
  98. Erin Davis, Ancaster Discovery Gardens,* Ancaster, Canada
  99. Susan E. Davis, National Writers Union, UAW 1981,* New York
  100. Ian Decker, National Organizer, Students for a Democratic Society (National);* Organizer, Students for a Democratic Society @UofU,* Utah
  101. Kimberly DeFranco, Welfare Rights Committee,* Minnesota, USA
  102. Luana DeJesus, Buffalo Anti Racism Coalition, New York, USA
  103. Joe Delaplaine, Organizer, Party for Socialism and Liberation,* California
  104. Francesco Delledonne, Fronte Popolare (Italia)
  105. Judith Deutsch, Past President, Science for Peace,* Toronto, Canada
  106. Kate Dewes, Coordinator, Disarmament and Security Centre, Christchurch, New Zealand
  107. Jadranka Dierkes, Peace, Bochum, Germany
  108. Lucas Dietsche, Organizer, Samizdat: Socialist Prisoners Project, Wisconsin
  109. Selena Di Francescantonio, Fronte Popolare,* Italy
  110. Cheryl Distaso, Coordinator, Strength Through Peace, an affiliate of the Fort Collins Community Action Network, Colorado
  111. Said Dodin, Gründer, One World Media, Berlin, Germany
  112. Curtis Doebbler, Officer, International-Lawyers.Org, Geneva, Switzerland
  113. Denis Doherty, National Coordinator, Australian Anti-Bases Campaign Coalition
  114. Arthur Donart, Deacon, Pax Christi — Clinton, Iowa
  115. Ute Donner, Artist, Umbrella Peace Art,* Berlin, Germany
  116. Nicolas Dryansky, UNAC,* New York
  117. Henry Duke, M.D., Founder, Medical Director, Orange County Healthcare for All!, California
  118. Mary Catherine Dundon, SSND, Retired, School Sisters of Notre Dame,* Wisconsin
  119. Frank Dorrel, Publisher, ADDICTED To WAR, California, USA
  120. Nicolas Dryansky, UNAC,* New York
  121. Henry Duke, M.D., Medical Director, Orange County Healthcare For All!
  122. Berthony Dupont, Haiti Liberté Newspaper,* New York, USA
  123. Sandy Eaton, South Shore Coalition for Human Rights — Massachusetts,* USA
  124. Nick Egnatz, NW Indiana Veterans For Peace*
  125. Bernie Eisenberg, HP Boycott Campaign,* California
  126. Irene Eckert, Board Member, AKF, Berlin, Germany
  127. Irene Eckert, Board Member, Arbeitskreis für Friedenspolitik – atomwaffenfreies Europa e. V., Berlin, Germany
  128. Mick Eddings, Contacts Coordinator, New Mexico Intrinsic Human Rights Collaborative
  129. Debra Ellis, Cognitive Liberty, Californian, USA
  130. Vigna Enrico, SOS Siria and CIVG (Initiative Center for Truth and Justice),* Tourin, Italy
    Position: Speaker
  131. Chris Ernesto, St. Pete for Peace
  132. Wolfgang Fabricius, Leitungskreis, Akademie Solidarische Akademie, Germany
  133. Niall Farrel, Press Officer, Galway Alliance Against War, Ireland
  134. Marcello Ferrada de Noli, Chairman, Swedish Doctors for Human Rights, Sweden
  135. Rachelina Ferrecchia, Fronte Popolare,* Italy
  136. Maria Ilda Figueiredo, Chairperson, Conselho Português para a Paz e Cooperação / Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation
  137. Andrew Fink, Party for Socialism and Liberation,* Illinois
  138. Mary Lou Finley, Co-Chair, San Diego County Central Committee of the Peace and Freedom Party of California
  139. Anita Fisicaro, Nowar, Italy
  140. Terence Fitzgibbons, Veterans For Peace,* New Jersey, USA
  141. Irene Flachsbart, Friedenskoordination,* Berlin, Germany
  142. Margaret Flowers, M.D., Green Party Candidate for Senate; Co-Director, It’s Our Economy*
  143. David Foreman, Communist Party of Canada*
  144. Haelg Franz, Obmann, Auszeithaus, Germany
    Wolfram Freiling, Peace Party,* Germany
  145. Ramiro Funez, ANTICONQUISTA*
  146. Carl Gentile, CEO, Labor Union Advocates, Maryland, USA
  147. Bruce Gagnon, Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space*
  148. Robin Gaura, Teacher, Diamond Mountain University,* Santa Cruz, California
  149. Carol Gay, President, NJ State Industrial Union Council,* USA
  150. Franziska Genitsch, Swiss Peace Movement,* Switzerland
  151. Frank Geppert, Thale, Germany
  152. Peter Gerlinghoff, Speaker, Peace Forum Sangerhausen, Germany
  153. Jürgen Geppert, Kommunistische Partei Deutschland*
  154. Michael Gessner, Friedensinitiative Sülz-Klettenberg Köln, Germany
  155. Bradley Geyer, Veterans for Peace-Chapter 175,* Janesville WI; Iraq Veterans Against War,* Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3589*—Jefferson, WI
  156. Subrata Ghoshroy, Research Affiliate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology*
  157. John Gilbert, Secretary, FLC-CGIL Trade Union University of Florence (Italy)
  158. Ayesha Gill, IWW,* Oakland, California
  159. Steven Gillis, Financial Secretary, United Steelworkers Local 8751
  160. Daniel Gilman, President, Veterans For Peace Chapter 92,* Greater Seattle, Oregon
  161. Mike Gimbel, Retired Executive Board Member, Local 375 AFSCME,* Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania
  162. Greg Godels, Co-Director, Pittsburgh Anti-Imperialist League
  163. Tayfun Gol, Co-Director, Pittsburgh Anti-Imperialist League
  164. Flávio Gonçalves, Chairman, Instituto de Altos Estudos em Geopolítica e Ciências Auxiliares — Portuguese Institute of Higher Studies in Geopolitics and Auxiliary Sciences, Amadora, Portugal
  165. Socorro Gomes, President, World Peace Council (WPC)
  166. Therese Gonzalez, Collectif de soutien aux réfugies,* Abriès, France
  167. Trevor Goodger-Hill, Citizens of the World, Canada
  168. Bob Goodman Steering Committee Member, Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition
  169. Martha Grevatt, Trustee, UAW Local 869,* Michigan, USA
  170. Eldon Grossman, Veterns For Peace,* Chicago, Illinois
  171. Pernille Grumme, Chairman, Performers and Artists for Nuclear Disarmament (PAND), Denmark
  172. Joachim Guilliard, Forum against Militarism and War,* Heidelberg, Germany
  173. Maria Gabriella Guidetti, NoWar — Casa internazionale delle donne, Roma, Italy
  174. Margaret Guttshall, Green Party,* Candidate for Wayne State University Board of Governors, Michigan
  175. Evelyn Haas, Member of Executive Committee, Northeast Philly for Peace and Justice
  176. Hermann Haberl, Mitglied, Gewerkschafter gegen Atomenergie und Krieg,* Wien, Austria
  177. Willie Hager, National Board Member, Veterans For Peace*
  178. Henry Hagins, Free Mumia Abu Jamal Coalition — NYC
  179. Abbas Hamideh, al-Awda Steering Committee*
  180. Erika Hampel, LINKE,* Berlin, Germany
  181. Nancy Hammond, Antiwar Chicago*
  182. Joseph Hancock, Movement for People’s Democracy, Los Angeles, California
  183. Donald Hank, Laigles Forum, Florida
  184. Tamara Hansen, National Coordinator, Fire This Time Movement for Social Justice — Canada
  185. Marion Harper, Hon. Secretary, Melbourne Unitarian Peace Memorial Church, Australia
  186. Mike Harris, Finance editor, Veteranstoday.com, Arizona
  187. Sue Harris, Peoples Video Network, New Jersey, USA
  188. Niels Harrit, Associate Professor Emeritus, 911 Truth Denmark*
  189. Klaus Hartmann, President, World Union of Freethinkers / German Freethinkers Association
  190. Franz Haslbeck, Münchner Bündnis gegen Krieg und Rassismus, Germany
  191. Tatjana Miriam Hasse, Member, DIE LINKE,* Heidelberg, Germany
  192. Jorge Herrera, Director of the Program, Oye Latino Radio program at Access Radio 783 AM*
  193. Mrs. Harriet Heywood, Florida Coordinator, People Demanding Action
  194. S. Hedgecoke, CWA 14156,* New York
  195. Robert Hepburn, Coordinating Committee Member, Veterans For Peace,* Arcata, California
  196. Patrick Higgins, Students for a Democratic Society at UH
  197. Joseph Hickey, Executive Director, Ontario Civil Liberties Association, Canada
  198. Jaribu Hill, Human Rights Defender
  199. Fred Hirsch, Labor Council Delegate, Plumbers and Fitters Local 393,* California
  200. Doris Hoerner, Die LINKE,* Buchen, Germany
  201. Dr. Fritz Erik Hoevels, Psychoanalyst, Alliance Against Conformity,* Freiburg, Germany
  202. Herbert Hoffman, Veterans for Peace,* Albuquerque, New Mexico
  203. Geoff Holland, Facilitator, World Peace Now,* Cairns, Australia
  204. Edward Horgan, Chairperson, Veterans for Peace Ireland
  205. Lydia Howell, Producer, Host of “Catalyst,” KFAI Community Radio, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
  206. Joan Hoff, Research Professor of History, Nontana State University,* Bozeman
  207. Veron Hoffman, Bike 4 Peace, Oregon, USA
  208. Julia Hoppe, Secretary, Schweizerische Friedensbewegung (SFB), Basel, Switzerland
  209. Pat Hunt, Chicago Area CodePINK
  210. Edward Horgan, Chairperson, Veterans for Peace — Ireland
  211. Jamie Houghton, World Peace Now,* Long Beach, California
  212. Brian Huseby, International Socialist Organization
  213. Joe Iosbaker, Anti-War Committee — Chicago
  214. Andrew Irving, Secretary, Communist Party Australia — Melbourne Branch
  215. Abdul Jabbar, Emeritus Professor City College of San Francisco,* California
  216. Sebastian Jahn, Der Stachel Leipzig,* Germany
  217. Joe Jamison, Coordinator, Queens Peace Council*
  218. Heide Janicki, Rentnerin, ver.di, Braunschweig, Germany
  219. Jane Anne Jeffries, L.A. Coordinator, Project NatureConnect
  220. Arlene Johnson, CEO, News Source, Inc., Newton, Massachusetts
  221. Dale Johnson, Retired Professor, Brava, Costa Rica
  222. Ivar Jordre, Board Member, Latin America Group,* Bergen, Norway
  223. Lars Jørgensen, Researcher, Homo Sociologicus, Denmark
  224. Alekxander Jovanovich, Ekological Union,* New York
  225. Alicia Jrapko, U.S. Coordinator, International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity
  226. Intibah Kadi, Founder, Redline Syria, Andorra
  227. Chris Kaihatsu, RevLeft.com,* Illinois
  228. Kerry Kappell, Popular Resistance,* New York
  229. Sonja Karas, Green Party,* Kremmen, Germany
  230. Mohd Kassem, Followup Committee, Anti Imperialist Forum, Beirut, Lebanon
  231. Tarak Kauf, National Board Member, Managing Editor, Peace in Our Times, Veterans For Peace*
  232. Chris Kaihatsu RevLeft.com,* Chicago, Illinois
  233. Michael Keefer, Professor Emeritus, University of Guelph,* Toronto, Canada
  234. June Kelly, Editor, Independent Researcher — Alternative Media — Ireland
  235. Jesse Kern, Veterans For Peace,* Saint Petersburg, Florida
  236. Michaela Kerstan, Sprecherin, Die Linke Haltern am See,* Haltern am See, Germany
  237. Geraroid Kilgallen, Member of Steering Committee, Irish Anti-War Movement*
  238. Margaret Kimberly, Editor and Senior Columnist, Black Agenda Report
  239. Elaine Marie Kinch, founding Member, Racine Coalition for Peace and Justice, Wisconsin, USA
  240. Timothy King, Treasurer, Christians for Peace and Justice in the Middle East,* Indiana
  241. John Kiriakou, former CIA counterterrorism officer and former senior investigator, Senate Foreign Relations Committee
  242. Stevan Kirschbaum, Vice President, United Steelworkers, Local 8751,* Roslindale, Massachusetts
  243. Dr. Ansgar Klein, Sprecher, Aachener Aktionsgemeinschaft, “Frieden jetzt!”, Wuerselen, Germany
  244. Helene Klein, Sprecherin, Würselener Initiative für den Frieden, Würselen, Germany
  245. Gary Kleppe, Chair, York Township Democratic Organization,* Illinois
  246. Cheryl Kozanitas, Board Member, Peace Action of San Mateo County,* California
  247. Michael Kramer, Chapter President, Veterans For Peace — Chapter 021 (Northern New Jersey)*
  248. Vladislaw Krasnow, Russia & America Goodwill Association,* Virginia, USA
  249. Steve Krevisky, Congress of CT Community Colleges,* Connecticut, USA
  250. Guenter Kuesters, Workinggroup, “Geopolitics and Peace,” from Attac and Peace-Forum,* Cologne, Germany
  251. Mike Kuhlenbeck, National Writers Union UAW Local 1981/AFL-CIO,* Des Monies, Iowa
  252. Lothar-Erich Kurth, Vertrauensmann, Ver.di,* Berlin, Germany
  253. Norbert Kuske, Mitglied, ver.di, Wahlstedt, Germany
  254. James Lafferty, Executive Director Emeritus, National Lawyers Guild,*
  255. Ray Laforest, Haiti Support Network
  256. John Laforge, Co-Director, NukeWatch
  257. Elisabeth Lauck-Ndayi, Freiburger Friedensforum, Forum Weingarten e.V.,* Germany
  258. Lea Launokari, Women for Peace, Finland
  259. Verbena Lea, Director, Peoples’ Action for Rights and Community (PARC), California
  260. Sharleen Leahey, Coordinator, songs4peace, New Jersey, USA
  261. Virginia Lee, Attorney, Law Office of Virginia Curtis Lee, Salt Lake City, Utah
  262. Albert Leger, Multipolar-World against War, Berlin, Germany
  263. Ed Lehman, Vice President, Regina Peace Council*
  264. Julie, Levine, Co-Director, Topanga Peace Alliance and MLK Coalition of
  265. Greater Los Angeles
  266. John Lewis, Retired Member, UFCW Local 400,* New York
  267. Dawn Lifsey, President, Students for a Democratic Society – Clemson SDS
  268. Otmar Lindner, Monitor, OSCE,* Sr. Kanzian, Austria
  269. Joan Livingston, Veterans For Peace,* No-Drones Network,* Boston Massacusetts
  270. Dave Logsdon, President, Veterans For Peace — Chapter 27,* Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
  271. Dr. Zieske Lothar, Attac, Hamburg, Germany
  272. Vijay Mehta, Chair, Uniting for Peace, London, UK
  273. Dr. Manfred Lotze, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War,* Germany
  274. Henry Lowendorf, Co-Chair, Greater New Haven Peace Council, Connecticut, USA
  275. David Macilwain, Spokesperson, Australians for Reconciliation in Syria*
  276. Jeff Mackler, National Secretary, Socialist Action, California
  277. Jeff Mackler, The Mobilization to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal, Northern California
  278. Mafa Mafa, President, Zimbabwe Pan Africanist Youth Agenda
  279. Lisa Makarchuk, Retired Teachers of Ontario (RTO),* Toronto, Canada
  280. Issam Makhoul, Chairperson, Emil Touma Institute for Palestinian and Israeli Studies,* Haifa, USA
  281. Ali Mallah, Steering Committee, Syria Solidarity Movement
  282. Jari Mäntylä, Director, Oma, Nokia, Finland
  283. Alfred Marder, President, U.S. Peace Council
  284. John Marienthal, Former Commissioner, San Jose Human Rights Commission,* California
  285. George Martin, Liberty Tree
  286. Sarah Martin, Co-Chair, Women Against Military Madness,*
  287. Gene Marx, Communication Coordinator, Veterans For Peace Chapter 111, Minneapolis Minnesota
  288. Binu Mathew, Editor, Countercurrents.org, India
  289. David Maynard, Seat 1, Hillsborough County Soil and Water Conservation,* Florida
  290. Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst and Presidential briefer
  291. Jo (Yosi) McIntire, Acroosthe Straits / The Friendship Association,* Florida, USA
  292. Kimberly McKeon, Board Member/Volunteer, Institue for Global Education*
  293. Susan McLucas, Committee for Peace & Human Rights,* Massachusetts
  294. Pat McSweeney Citizens for an Informed Community,* Massachusetts
  295. Rev. F. Mark Mealing, Ph.D., Anglican Church of Canada,* Meadow Creek, Canada
  296. Gregory Mello, Executive Director, Los Alamos Study Group
  297. Daniel A. Mengeling, Law Offices of Daniel A. Mengeling, New Mexico, USA
  298. Harry Meserve, Associate Librarian Emeritus, San Jose State University,* Capitola, California
  299. Priscilla & Thomas Metscher, Retired University Teachers, Grafenau, Germany
  300. Thodore Micceri, SOLVE, Florida, USA
  301. Thomas Milcarek, Veterans For Peace,* Santa Cruz, California
  302. Dennis Mills, Treasurer, Veterans For Peace Chapter #109, Washington State
  303. Gabi Meyer, Friedensgrupp,* Bendestorf, Germany
  304. Ingrid Monkiewicz, Founding Member, Liberty From The Lobby,* Washington DC
  305. Monica Moorehead, US Presidential Candidate, Workers World Party
  306. Amir Mortasawi, Physician and Author, Rotenburg sn der fulda, Germany
  307. Nick Mottern, Knowdrones.com
  308. Gavin Mueller, Visiting Assistant Professor, UT Dallas*
  309. Jana Lynne Webb Muhar, Mariposa Habitat Nursery, Santa Rosa, California
  310. Manik Mukherjee, General Secretary, International Anti-imperialist Coordinating Committee; Vice-President, All India Anti-Imperialist Forum, Kolkata, India
  311. Lois and Maria Mueller-Giebels, Frieden jetzt, Aachen,* Germany
  312. Phil Mueller, Veterans For Peace,* Crown Point, Indiana
  313. Norbert Müller, terre des hommes AG Schwäbisch Gmünd,* Germany
  314. Gabriel Murcia, Radical Student Union — CWRU, Cleveland, Ohio
  315. Luci Murphy, Music Administrator, DC Black Workers Center*
  316. Elizabeth Murray, Deputy National Intelligence Officer for the Near East, National Intelligence Council (ret.)
  317. Radmila Nastic, University Professor, Belgrade, Serbia
  318. Navid Nasr, Editor-in-Chief, Balkans Post,* Croatia
  319. Donna Nassor, PhD, Human Rights Activist, New Jersey, USA
  320. Jim Newman, JVP,* Evanston, Illinois
  321. Theresa Nielson, President, Students for a Democratic Society, Salt Lake City, Utah
  322. Hassanal Noor Rashid, Program Coordinator, International Movement for a Just World (JUST), Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
  323. Agneta Norberg, Chairwoman, Swedish Peace Council
  324. Efia Nwangaza, Founder/Director, Malcolm X Center
  325. Marlene Obeid, Hands Off Syria, Sydney,* Australia
  326. Daniel O’Brien, CDC, London Regional Organizer, Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist-Leninist)
  327. Elder Gidon Odinga Mukhtar Odinga, Editor, Revolutionary Theory and Action Collective – Journal, Georgia, USA
  328. Sazi Okera, Minister, International Indigenous Society, Georgia, USA
  329. Jon Olsen, Co-Chair, Maine Green Independent Party*
  330. Giovanni Ordanini, Fronte Popolare,* Milan, Italy
  331. Ivonne Padilla, Villas de la Playa Vega baja, Puerto Rico
  332. Elfi Padovan, Sprecherin, LAG Frieden der LINKEN,* Munich, Germany
  333. Elayne Pallistan, Facebook Editor, Neighbors For Peace*
  334. Manuel Pardo, Secretary, Foro Contra la Guerra Imperialista y la OTAN (Spain)
  335. Nasrin Parsa, Producer, Democracy TV Berlin, Germany
  336. Dhuruv Pathak, Workers World Party,* New York
  337. Rosalie Paul, Organizer, PeaceWorks, Maine
  338. Wolfgang Penzholz, Koalition des Widerstands, Berlin, Germany
  339. Cynthia Papermaster, Organizer, Codepink Golden Gate Chapter, Berkeley, California
  340. Carmencita Peralta, Convenor, Ecumenical Women’s Forum — Philippines
  341. Sally Parker, US Peace Council,* Davis, California
  342. Susan Pennington, Indianapolis Peace and Justice Coalition,* Indiana
  343. Lindis Percy, Co-founder, Campaign for the Accountability of American Bases — CAAB UK*
  344. Candida Rosa Perez Flores, Campamento Contra La Junta,* San Juan, Puerto Rico
  345. Sam Petker, Party for Socialism and Liberation,* Stockton, California
  346. Bryan Pfeifer, Coordinator, Wisconsin Bail Out The People Movement
  347. Nascent Ping, Creator, War is Unacceptable to Consciousness, New Jersey
  348. Paul Pipkin, Nat’l Committee of GPUS, Candidate for 20th US Congressional Dist of Texas, Green Party*
  349. Rafael Pla-Lopez, Secretary of Internal Communication, PCPV,* Spain
  350. Wendy Pond, Secretary, Manu Waiata Restoration & Protection Society, Ltd, New Zealand
  351. Catherine Pottinger, Program Chair, SEIU 6 Active Retirees,* Washington State, USA
  352. Dr. Peter Priskil, Historian, Alliance Against Conformity,* Freiburg, Germany
  353. Cornelia Praetorius, Mütter gegen den Krieg,* Berlin, Germany
  354. Rod Prosser, Community Media Trust, Wellington, New Zealand
  355. Jim Prues, Director, World 5.0
  356. Trudy Quaif, Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace
  357. Brigitte Queck, Vorsitzende, Mütter gegen den Krieg Berlin-Brandenburg, Potsdam, Germany
  358. Khalid Raheem, Chairman, New Afrikan Independence Party (NAIP), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  359. Sami Ramadani, Committee Member, Iraqi Democrats Against Occupation, London, UK
  360. Felipe Ramos, Frente Socialista de Puerto Rico
  361. Evan Ramsden, Chairperson, Newcastle Peace Group, Lambton, Australia
  362. Dennis Rancourt, PhD, Researcher, Ontario Civil Liberties Association,* Ottawa, Canada
  363. Barry Ranger, Co-Chair, Northwest Iowa Peace and Justice Committee
  364. Jammu Narayana Rao, General Secretary, SEC. Rly Pensioners Association of India
  365. Elsa Rassbach, Coordinating Committee, UNAC*
  366. Bimal Rathnayake, Member of Parliament, Peoples’ Liberation Front — JVP
    Srilanka
  367. Linda Ray, Delegate, San Francisco Labor Council*
  368. Quest Riggs, Treasurer, New Orleans Workers Group, USA
  369. Mary & Rev. Robert Reader, Veterans for Peace,* Coalition for Peace, and Justice,* O. C. Peace and Justice,* etc., New York
  370. David Rennie, Hamilton and District Labour Council,* Stoney Creek, Canada
  371. Ken Rennery, Organizer, Democracy without Borders, Canada
  372. Neal Resnikoff, Albany Park, North Park, Mayfair Neighbors for Peace and Justice / March 19th Anti-War Coalition (Chicago)
  373. David Riehle, Local Chairman Emeritus, United Transportation Union (SMART) Local 650,* St. Paul, Minnesota
  374. Hartmut Ring, PädagogInnen für den Frieden, Hamburg, Germany
  375. George Ripley, Dir. Focus on Democracy,* Washington DC
  376. Chris Robinson, Membership Secretary, Green Party of Philadelphia*
  377. Judith Robinson, Dominican Sisters of Aotearoa,* New Zealand
  378. Ldd Robinson, President, African Awareness Association, USA
  379. Stewart Robinson, Vice Chair, Stop Targeting Ohio Poor
  380. Suzanne Ross, Pam Africa, Chair, International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal
  381. Coleen Rowley, retired FBI agent and former Minneapolis Division Legal Counsel
  382. Bronson Rozier, Organizer, Socialist Action,* Louisville, Kentucky
  383. Carol Rozier, Organizer, Socialist Action,* Louisville, Kentucky
  384. Antonio Rue, Teacher, Marist Brothers,* Libertador, Argentina
  385. Ethelia Ruiz, Full Research Professor, INAH, Mexico City, Mexico
  386. Rauni Salminen, Handsoff Venezuela—Finland
  387. Phil Sarazen, Artist Producer, Bike Arts Artist/Environment Forum, Toronto, Canada
  388. Lampros Savvidis, Delegierter, DIE LINKE Steglitz / Zehlendorf,* Berlin
  389. Randal Scamardo, Casa de las Lenguas, Texas
  390. Eric Schechter, Newsletter Editor, Nashville Peace and Justice Center,* Tennessee
  391. Karen Schieve, Retired Member of United Educators of San Francisco*
  392. Ben Sears, AFT (Teachers’ Union — Retired),* USA
  393. Klaus-P. Schleisiek, Attac,* Germany
  394. Einar Schlereth, Writer, Journalist, Translatror, Klavreström, Sweden
  395. Renate Schönfeld, DKP, Germany
  396. Pete Schoonmaker, Veterans For Peace,* Seattle, Washington
  397. Mechthild Schreiber, Mitglied, Regionalgruppe: forum Ziviler Friedensdienst,* Munich, Germany
  398. Dr. Larry Semark, ANSWER,* Albuquerque, New Mexico
  399. Georgina Shanley, Co-Founder, Citizens United for Renewable Energy (CURE), New Jersey, USA
  400. Randy Shannon, Secretary, Progressive Democrats of America*
  401. Cindy Sheehan, Anti-War Gold Star Mother
  402. Jeffrey Shurtleff, Volunteer, Amnesty International USA,* California
  403. Marjaliisa Siira, Finnish Peace Committee*
  404. William Simon, President, Veterans For Peace Chapter 71, Sonoma County, California
  405. Wm. & Ursula Slavick, Retired Coordinator, Pax Christi Maine*
  406. Meaghan Simpson, Founder/Director, Mending Wheel,* Fortuna, California
  407. Peter Sirois, Producer, Maine Social Justice — Public Access TV Show
  408. Angel Smith, HEAL, Seattle, WA
  409. Ceresta Smith, Administrator, United Opt Out National, Florida
  410. Jack A. Smith, Editor, Hudson Valley Activist Newsletter, New York
  411. Stansfield Smith, Chicago ALBA Solidarity Committee
  412. Günter Sölken, Berlin, Mitglied im Rat von attac Deutschland,*
  413. Louise-Lora Somlyo, Peace Action Maine*
  414. John Spitzberg, Veterans For Peace,* Willow, Alaska
  415. John St. Peter, Peace Action of San Mateo County,* California
  416. Dr. Henry Stahl, Senior Medical Consultant, IPPNW, Germany
  417. Mark Stansbery, Co-Coordinator, Columbus Campaign for Arms Control*
  418. Steven Starr, Senior Scientist, Physicians for Social Responsibility,* Missouri
  419. Lauren Steiner, Lead Organizer, Our Revolution Los Angeles
  420. Tina Stevenson, Neighbors 4 Peace,* Evanston, Illinois
  421. Jens Stiller, Journalist, Berlin, Germany
  422. Jane Stillwater, President, Century of the Child
  423. Sava Stomporowski, Mitglied Partei Bündnis/90 — DIE GRÜNEN, Germany
  424. Barbara Strathdee, Secretary, Pacific Institute of Resource Management,* Wellington, New Zealand
  425. Ninie G. Syarikin, House of Creative Writing, Michigan, USA
  426. Claudio Tamagnini, International Solidarity Movement,* Italy
  427. Dr. F. Taylor, Coordinator, Hilton Head for Peace, South Carolina
  428. Ayumi Temlock, NJ Peace Action,* USA
  429. Jay Tharappel, Committee Member, Hands Off Syria, Sidney, Australia
  430. Dieter Thiessen DKP,* Berlin, Germany
  431. Lesley Thomas, Far Eastern Press
  432. Will Thomas, New Hampshire Veterans For Peace*
  433. Veronika Thomas-Ohst, Vorsitzende Euregioprojekt Frieden e.V.,* Aachen, Germany
  434. James Thompson, Chairperson, Houston Peace Council
  435. James Thring, Founder, Ministry of Peace,* London, UK
  436. Ann Tiffany, Syracuse Peace Council,* New York, USA
  437. Dr. June Terpstra, Faculty, NEIU,* Sun City, Arizona
  438. Roberto Torres-Collazo, Encuentro 5*
  439. Heide Trampus, Coordinator Worker to Worker, Canada-Cuba Labour Solidarity Network,* Toronto, Canada
  440. Loan Tran, Workers World Party,* North Carolina
  441. Wolfgang G. Trapp, Pressebüro,* Germany
  442. Iraklis Tsavdaridis, Executive Secretary, Wold Peace Council
  443. Tracey Tully, Anti-war Sex Worker, Whores Against Wars, The Crown, New Zealand
  444. Kerstin Tuomala, Secretary, Lappland’s District Organization, Finnish Peace Committee*
  445. Mark Ugolini, Socialist Action,* Chicago
  446. Barby Ulmer, President of the Board, Our Developing World, Saratoga, California
  447. Pancho Valdez, President, Resident Council @ Marie McGuire, Texas, USA
  448. Ana Barbara von Keitz, Handwerkerin, Berliner Arbeitskreis Uran-Munition,* Germany
  449. Marianne van Ophuijsen, WILPF,* Amsterdam, Nederland
  450. Urte von Bremen, Friko Berlin,* Germany
  451. Minna Virtanen, Board Member, Hands Off Venezuela – Finland*
  452. Anton M. Voissem, School Sisters of Notre Dame,* beaver Dam, Wisconsin
  453. Amal Wahda, Arab Women’s Progressive League
  454. Willy Wahl, Seniora.org, Zurich, Switzerland
  455. Monika Rosa Waldkirch, DIE LINKE,* Germany
  456. Roy Walker, Pan-African Perspective,* USA
  457. John Walsh, Come Home America,* California
  458.  James Walter, President, Walden Three, Wien, Austria
  459. William H. Warrick, M.D., Veterans For Peace Chapter #14;* Alachua County Green Party,* Gainesville, Florida
  460. Joseph Wasserman, Co-Chair, No Nukes No War
  461. C. T. Weber, Legislative Committee Chair, Peace and Freedom Party of California*
  462. Peter Weinfurth, Journalist, Linke Zeitung,* Ennepetal, Germany
  463. Vivian Weinstein, JVP,* Denver, Colorado
  464. Kay Weir, Editor, Pacific Ecologist, The Pacific Institute of Resource Management, Wellington, New Zealand
  465. Sherry A. Wells, J.D., Michigan, USA
  466. Dave Welsh, Delegate, San Francisco Labor Council*
  467. Albert Wight, Intelligence and Consultant/Advisor, Wyoming, USA
  468. Barbara Williams aka Costelli, Co-Founder, Rumble of the People & The Dare To Dream Network, New Mexico, USA
  469. Danny Williams, Co-Founder, Rumble of the People, New Mexico, USA
    S. Brian Willson, Author, Activist, Oregon
  470. Gwen Winter, IBEW Local 340,* Sacramento, California
  471. Shirley Winton, Coordinator, Spirit of Eureka (Victoria – Australia)
  472. Sven Wirzbowitz, Schatzmeister, Humanistischer Landesverband Thüringen e.V., Jena, Germany
  473. Mike Wisniewski, Los Angeles Catholic Worker*
  474. S. Wolf Britain, Wolf’s Enterprises Human and Civil Rights Advocacy, Montana, USA
  475. Jo Wood, Organizer, Nowar-Paix, Ottawa, Canada
  476. Ann Wright, Retired US Army Reserve Colonel and Former US Diplomat
  477. Caroline Yacoub, County Council, Green Party of Santa Clara County*
  478. Len Yannielli, Community Outreach Director, Gunntown Group (Environment),* Naugatuck, Connecticut
  479. Ali Yerevani, Political Editor, Fire This Time newspaper,* Burnaby, Canada
  480. Omali Yeshitela, Chair, Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations
  481. Eddie Yood, Co-Chair, CWA Local 1180 Committee on People with Disabilities*
  482. Alexander Zacharov, Musician, NoWarArt,* Soundstrike Berlin, Germany
  483. Kevin Zeese, Co-Director, Popular Resistance
  484. Manfred Ziegler, Principal, http://www.balqis.de, Germany
  485. Bernd Zielmann, Independent Filmmaker, Hattingen, Germany
  486. Alex Zollmann, VVN-BdA Ortenau,* Bühl, Germany
  487. Edik Zwarenstein, Retired Engineer, Society of Energy Professionals,* Ontario, Canada

 

 

 

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