The Klamath Basin Peace Forum

July 4, 2006

Klamath Basin Peace Forum Supports Jimmy Carter’s Peace Perspectives

Filed under: Uncategorized — kbpeaceforum @ 1:43 pm
Although we believe that the text shoud have included a stronger condemnation of Israel's occupation policies,
such as targeted killings and collective punishment, The Klamath Basin Peace Forum agrees in principle with the March 9, 2006
op/ed piece by former US President Jimmy Carter.  President Carter's statment is correct in emphasizing that
"the preeminent  obsticle to peace is Israel's colonization of Arab land."

The op/ed piece can be found at:

http://www.tompaine.com/print/colonization_of_palestine_precludes_peace.php



		
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1 Comment »

  1. My name is Todd from the non-profit org Common Frequency.

    Recently we received word that the FCC is opening a five-day window for non-profits to apply for the last of the non-commercial educational FM frequencies (88.1-91.9 FM) to start radio stations on. Most of the public is in the dark about this.

    I need you to forward this to message to media/peace activists in your community. Open frequencies are mainly outside many urban areas, but don’t let this hinder you in spreading the word.

    We are looking for folks interested in organizing and brainstorming about the possibly starting a radio stations to stand for free speech causes (airing Democracy Now, Free Speech Radio News..). Email todd@commonfrequency.org for more info.

    Comment by Todd — July 14, 2006 @ 11:35 pm | Reply


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