End War without End: Community Leaders, Sign our Letter
The United States is now engaged in war in Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Somalia, and Afghanistan, and our troops are deployed in over 150 foreign countries. The result has only been more death, more destruction, more refugees, and more terrorism.

Our war without end began with the US invasion of Afghanistan in December 2001, but quickly expanded to the Middle East, the Horn of Africa, and North Africa. Millions of civilians have been killed and displaced in this war and the Middle East faces a refugee crisis of unprecedented proportions. Thousands of young American men and women have been killed and many thousands more injured or traumatized. Economists estimate that this war will cost the American people several trillion dollars and that our children and grandchildren will be paying for it.

Congress represents the voice of the people in Washington, DC. It is time for you, as our representatives, to speak for us and to claim your power to choose peace over war.

It is time for Congress to end this war without end. The Constitution grants Congress the power to declare war and it is time that you, our Senators and Representatives, step up and speak for the people in Washington, DC. We are tired of war without end.


Recommended Signers:

• People with expertise or experience on international affairs or the Middle East
• Faculty members
• Clergy or lay faith leaders
• State or local elected officials
• Labor union leaders
• Officer of a community or civic organization
• Professional or business person
• Artist, musician, entertainer

Read the letter:
http://masspeaceaction.org/end-war-without-end-community-leaders-sign-our-letter/

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