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9/28/01 Protest for Afghanistan in Los Angeles

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  • mhsadat1@yahoo.com
    Either voice yourself or remain silent. I also suggest protesting against Pakistani Embassies and General Consulate throughout North American and Europe
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 28, 2001
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      Either "voice yourself" or "remain silent."

      I also suggest protesting against Pakistani Embassies and General
      Consulate throughout North American and Europe and etc.

      --- Ahmad <m_ahmadus@...> wrote:
      To: afghaniyat@yahoogroups.com
      From: Ahmad <m_ahmadus@...>
      Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 12:11:11 -0700 (PDT)
      Reply-to: afghaniyat@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: 9/28/01 Protest for Afghanistan in Los Angeles

      Protest: There will be an Anti-Taliban, Anti-Bin
      Laden, and to free Afghanistan counter-demonstration
      Where: The Federal Building in West L. A. on Wilshire
      Blvd
      When: Saturday 1pm on September 28, 2001
      Sponsors: International Human Rights Watch, Women's
      Rights Group and Afghan Resistance Groups
      For More Information: call (310) 204-3271.
      What to Bring: US Flags, Anti-Taliban, Anti-Bin Laden,
      Anti-Pakistan, Islam Rejects Bin Laden, and Free
      Afghanistan signs


      Taliban supporters have found allies in anti-war
      activists whousually rally in order to shed light on
      the faults of the U. S. goverment.

      The fact that the U. S., at one time, helped the
      Taliban and trained Bin Laden has created these groups
      to this new, yet misguided cause. Protection of human
      rights and the elimination of terrorism for the
      present overrides any finger-pointing for the past, so
      please try to make it on Saturday to show your
      support.
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