NOBEL PEACE LAUREATE CALLS ON UK END ARMS SALES TO SAUDIA ARABIA AND SAUDIS TO END THEIR BOMBING CAMPAIGN IN YEMEN

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Nobel Peace Laureate, Mairead Maguire, today called for Britain to stop breaking national and international law by selling arms o Saudi Arabia. Britain has sold £2.8 billion worth of arms to Saudi Arabia since the Saudi Government began its bombing campaign in Yemen last year. The British Government is also providing direct military assistance to Saudi Arabia and continues to remain silent on the UN reports of Saudi war crimes against the civilian population of Yemen. Thousands of people have died and millions of Yemeni people are going hungry and thousands of children out of school as their schools, homes and towns, have been destroyed in the course of the ongoing bombing of Yemen by Saudi Government and Military. Maguire called on people in the UK to write to their…
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Hard Questions For Europe

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Mairead Maguire speaking in Rome Conference on NATO - Friday 29th of Jan 2016 Dear Friends, I believe we, the human family, have no less a task before us, than transforming our thinking and mind-sets of violence and war, and moving to a demilitarized Europe and World. Einstein once said that everything has changed but our thinking. However, there is hope as indeed our thinking is changing and there is a growing consciousness that violence, whether it comes from State or non-state actors, is wrong, violence does not work, violence is not the way. However, around the world, we, the people, are in danger of being overpowered and dis-spirited by increasing violence, militarism and war. Many people can see that many Political Leaders can no longer imagine a just peace,…
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The Nobel Peace Prize Watch – Lay down your arms – Who Should Win The 2016 Prize

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The Nobel Peace Prize Watch - Lay down your arms HYPERLINK "http://www.nobelwill.org" www.nobelwill.org … this year's Peace Prize … speaks to the core of Alfred Nobel's will and Nobel's vision of fraternity, disarmament and peace-building forums. Not because the [Tunisian] Quartet has actively sought to promote disarmament, but because its work has led to a better platform for peace and non-violent resolution of conflicts. This is a story about building strong institutions to ensure justice and stability, and demonstrating the will to engage in dialogue and cooperation. Nobel committee chair Kaci Kullmann Five, in opening words of 2015 Nobel speech Gothenburg/Oslo, January 5, 2016 Dear friends of peace, 1. WHO SHOULD WIN THE 2016 NOBEL? – MAKE NOMINATIONS  The quote above signified great progress in our campaign to reclaim the peace prize, a first, important result…
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