Bush says Bring 'Em On, but we say BRING THEM HOME NOW
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Veterns for Peace rally in College Station, Oct. 16

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Texas statewide rally and march scheduled Oct. 2 - Austin

Farenheit 9/11 brought to Crawford

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New Iraqi Bloggers added 25-June-2006

Asterism- Baghdad Connect- Baghdad Chronicles- Thought Riot- Iraqi Screen- Thoughts from Baghdad- Iraqi Expatriate Scientists- Where Date Palms Grow- Pray4Iraq- Eye Raki- First Words/First Walk- Talking About Iraq- In Love With Iraq- Freedom of Mind- My Letters to America- An Iraqi Tear- Photos from Iraq- 24 Steps to Liberty- Treasure of Baghdad - Truth About Iraqis - Emotions - The Words That Come Out - Free Iraq - Iraq The Model - Gee in Baghdad Photoblog - Riverbend - Healing Iraq - Shlonkom Bakazay - Iraq Blog Count - and Texans for Peace Iraq Blog

Justin Alexander's Future of Iraq Portal seems to be offline


Images of War added

12 pages of photos (through Dec. 2003), more coming soon


FAQs (frequently asked questions) added

Do you have a question about why the war in going on and how soon, and under what conditions, our military should leave? Visit the FAQ page to get some answers.

Fahrenheit 9/11 brought to Crawford

Texans for Peace, along with other peace organizations in Texas, helped convince Michael Moore to bring the movie Fahrenheit 9/11 to Crawford, Texas home of the "Western Whitehouse". President Bush, vacationing in Crawford, was invited to attend the showing. Plenty of yellow t-shirts were there.

Texans for Peace launches "Bring Them Home" campaign

As the war continues, and despite the so-called new "sovereignty" Texans for Peace has joined with organizations throughout the country to call for a withdrawal of troops from Iraq by the end of this year. This campaign includes tabling and petitioning for the return of troops, a possible visit to Washington, marches and demonstrations in the Fall, and a full-scale effort to bring the troops home before the war escalates further.

Texans for Peace is also encouraging Texans to remember that these are fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, sons, daughters, husbands, and wives who have loved ones here in the state.

Each returning soldier is going to need a lot of help - from counselig to job assistance. We have learned from the lesson of the Vietnam that the entire community needs to become involved for these returning victims of war as well.

We've also printed T-shirts and will have bumper stickers, yard signs, and other materials available soon so you can show your support...whever you are!


posted 9 june 2004