No to NATO, Yes to Peace Campaigns

NATO 75th Summit will convene at the Andrew Mellon Auditorium part of the Ronald Reagan International Trade Building Quad

Washington, DC— July 7, 2024 World Beyond War has initiated a “No to NATO, Yes to Peace!” campaign with week-long events to coincide with the 75th NATO Summit 2024 gathered in Washington, D.C. this week. While officially the NATO Summit does not begin until July 9th, many officials and dignatories are arriving early. At Federal Triangle, near the Woodrow Wilson […]

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Iran wrapped in mourning due to President Raisi tragedy

Dam on Aras (Araks/Arax) River border between Iran and Azerbaijan

Over the past week, the country of Iran is embroiled in statewide mourning and ceremonial expressions of grief. The sadness is due to the loss of President Ebrahim Raisi, Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian, East Azerbaijan Governor (Iran) Malek Rahmati, Representative of the Iranian supreme leader in East Azerbaijan Mohammed Ali Ale-Hashem, Head of presidential guard Mehdi Mousavi, along with other […]

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Pro-Palestine Students Protests Face Police Brutality

GWU Gaza Solidarity Encampment emptied May 8th

A record number of student protests have taken place over the past two months. The students’ courage and persistence have helped spread copy-cat protests around the globe. Despite enduring police brutality and other penalties, these social justice warriors truly deserve commendation for showing moral fiber and support for the Palestinians trapped in Gaza. However most of mainstream media coverage about […]

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Global Day for Gaza: Protest at Israeli Embassy in DC

Thousands of people gathered at the Embassy of Israel in support of Palestine, and the late-Aaron Bushnell, U.S. Airman

Washington, DC — On Saturday afternoon beginning at 12 noon of March 2nd, protesters filled the street in front of the Embassy of Israel located at Van Ness Street NW and International Drive NW. The number of demonstrators easily numbered in the thousands including passersby. Police blocked the entrance to Van Ness from Connecticut Ave NW, and marchers filed from […]

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Latest on Gaza, Beat the Swarm

Insects look like a swarm

Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, Ph.D., is running for President in 2024, as an independent Third Party called Truth, Freedom, Health. It’s actually more of a movement than a Party, having begun during the last election cycle, when he ran for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts. The big issue in 2020 was the COVID-19, and in Massachusetts he helped to expose the fallacy […]

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Will US become embroiled in Houthis genocidal war?

Yemen is triangulated by the Houthis, South Yemen, and STC

As the Israel-Gaza conflict enters the fourth month, the war is spreading to the Red Sea. Even as the bombings continue in Gaza in the aftermath of the ICJ ruling, due to the adamance of the Netanyahu government, limited aid passes through the border crossings. They have organized resistance to cross-border aid through a combination of air strikes, Israeli sit-ins, […]

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Seerah on Gaza: Kindness in face of Hostility

Palestinian children deserve to live_IMEU_halfview

The atrocities in Gaza have continued unabated despite Security Council resolution 2720 passed at the United Nations on 22 Dec 2023. The aid resolution passed with an abstention by Russia and the United States, but it calls for “immediate, safe and unhindered delivery of humanitarian assistance at scale directly to the Palestinian civilian population throughout the Gaza Strip.” Nevertheless, the […]

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NGOs growing outrage over Palestine genocide

Questioning the undivided loyalty to Israel in fight against Palestinians

United Nations stymied by US-Israel partnership December 20, 2023 — The United Nations convened a Emergency Special Session of the General Assembly on “East Jerusalem & Palestinian Territories.” It seems that the Arab nations will not give up trying to enact ‘humanitarian ceasefire’ resolutions, hoping that the United States will sign on. So far it has not. On December 8, […]

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Greatest Nakba Ever, Apartheid-Genocide

Cartoon is freedom of expression especially if massacres take place

75 years of Nakba According to many witnesses, this is the greatest Nakba happening right now in Palestine. What is happening is being documented in real-time, even if the authorities try to censor or shutdown internet providers. Nakba, per various sources, refers to the tragedy and catastrophe that has unfolded time and again in Palestine ever since its take-over by […]

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Appalling bloodshed in Gaza continues

AlJazeera Israel-Gaza War in maps and charts by AJLabs

In the nearly two months since the attack by Hamas into southern Israel, the violence between Israel and Hamas has been unabated, particularly on the part of Israel with its use of disproportionate bombing of civilian facilities (schools, hospitals, residences, mosques) based on the claim that Hamas is embedded among the population. Except for the recent 4-day ceasefire negotiated in […]

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Too many fires, why oh why?

Fire_as in wildfires, sudden fires

According to the news, the first sign of the tragedy that unfolded in Lahaina, Maui in Hawaii two weeks ago, on August 8, 2023, was an early morning brush fire in uninhabited lands off the coastal highway roughly northeast of town. The fire crew had put the fire out according to various reports by about 10am in the morning, and […]

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China vs Africa Peace Deal: Magic Mushroom?

Endless food supply_tiangong

The China Peace Initiative launched in February 2023 is the People’s Republic of China desire to play a constructive role in resolving the Ukraine-Russia War. As discussed in brief in official China news, the 12-point proposal includes[1]: The ceasing of civilian disruptions to business and trade, and having secure logistics and transportation routes makes imminent sense; however, those engaged in […]

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