Join Demonstrators in Chicago – Call for an end to Violence!

Death tolls continue to rise in Libya, Yemen, Bahrain, Iraq and other Arab countries as protesters demand their rights. Join demonstrators in Chicago and call on all governments to stop the violence every day until the violence ends:

6:30 – 7:30 pm at Daley Plaza
Dearborn and Washington, Chicago

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2 thoughts on “Join Demonstrators in Chicago – Call for an end to Violence!

  1. There are still people who believe that revolution in the Arab world is a mirage.
    There are those who doubt on the close relationship that this countries have among themselves (Egypt, Tunisia, Benghazi, Iran, Morocco and now Libya).
    But the reality falls like a lead rain from its own weight. A complicated reality and very difficult to predict, nothing like that had ever happened before.
    This is not only the hungry revolution, but also of freedom, of dignity, and especially the individual’s rights over the economic.
    There are not protests against the U.S., Israel or against the passivity of Europe. It is just a massive cry against corruption and a call for democracy.
    Not even the hate that Qaddafi is throwing against his own people nor his tanks could stop the strength of a population that is pushing themselves into the future.
    I wonder where is the generous European response who as US had sacrificed the freedom of these peoples for their own prosperity.
    I wonder, why nobody has responded yet to streets full of wounded and dead bodies.
    The world is crying out for equality and now all nations have the moral duty to help this world crying. We are all sailing in the same ship, a ship sailing stunned by a great change of cultural, religious and economic concept , but this new society will requires the West complicity and support.

  2. There are still people who believe that revolution in the Arab world is a mirage.
    There are those who doubt on the close relationship that this countries have among themselves (Egypt, Tunisia, Benghazi, Iran, Morocco and now Libya).
    But the reality falls like a lead rain from its own weight. A complicated reality and very difficult to predict, nothing like that had ever happened before.
    This is not only the hungry revolution, but also of freedom, of dignity, and especially the individual’s rights over the economic.
    There are not protests against the U.S., Israel or against the passivity of Europe. It is just a massive cry against corruption and a call for democracy.
    Not even the hate that Qaddafi is throwing against his own people nor his tanks could stop the strength of a population that is pushing themselves into the future.
    I wonder where is the generous European response who as US had sacrificed the freedom of these peoples for their own prosperity.
    I wonder, why nobody has responded yet to streets full of wounded and dead bodies.
    The world is crying out for equality and now all nations have the moral duty to help this world crying. We are all sailing in the same ship, a ship sailing stunned by a great change of cultural, religious and economic concept , but this new society will requires the West complicity and support.