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Tag Archives: Remember Fallujah Week
On November 7th it will have been seven years since the U.S. began its 2nd siege on the Iraqi city of Fallujah. Since that fateful date the people of Fallujah have been expelled, killed, imprisoned, oppressed, humiliated, and poisoned. Continue reading
[Editor's notes: This post is the first in an intermittent series of "stories of engagement," case examples from the lives of those who are engaging peace. Readers may want to consider how these examples illustrate the forms of moral engagement … Continue reading