Demand Invistigation: Nato units left 61 African migrants to die of hunger and thirst

120 Signatures Goal: 250

There has to be a demand for accountability and a full investigation of NATO’s actions (or in-actions in this case) in the death of 61 African migrants. This type of callus response to human life is unconscionable and cannot, should not be tolerated. The inhumanity of such an action bears on all of us to take action to ensure nothing like this happens again, not to anyone and not to those least prepared and most vulnerable. Support a call for investigation into this matter. We cannot let their deaths innocent men, women and children go unquestioned. Please sign the petition to indicate your support. We will send your signatures and statements to the appropriate authorities in the U.S., Europe and the United Nations.

Sponsor

Priority Africa Network Mailing Address: P O Box 2528 Berkeley CA 94702 Office: PAN/BAJI 1212 Broadway, Suite 812 Oakland CA 94612 Tel: (510) 663 2255 Fax: (510) 663 2257 PriorityAfrica@yahoo.com http://www.priorityafrica.org

Links

http://www.priorityafrica.org
http://priorityafricanetwork.blogspot.com/

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  • 5 years ago
    Discount OEM Software Ukraine
    5 years ago
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    Yvette Hochberg United States
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    efia nwangaza United States
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    karis muller Australia
    6 years ago
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    Yvette Hochberg United States
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    Benhur kiros Sudan
    6 years ago
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    Haielab Tewelde United States
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    larisa cummings United States
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    Dr. Kidane Araya Ireland
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    Yacob G sengal United States
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    Berhane Embaye Germany
    6 years ago
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    Laura Rodrigues Portugal
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    Mike Dooley New Zealand
    6 years ago
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    Cindy Wiesner United States
    6 years ago
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    Lauren G Berrizbeitia United States
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