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Archived Web Sites ARROW anti-war homepage

Captured from August 13, 2002 to September 10, 2009

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ARROW anti-war homepage
Other Title
Active Resistance to the Roots of War
Alternate Title
Active Resistance to the Roots of War
Justice Not - online ARROW resources and information. ARROW (Active Resistance to the Roots of War) is a nonviolent direct action affinity group set up in September 1990 to oppose the Gulf War. We wholeheartedly condemn the terrorist atrocities in New York and Washington DC. We also condemn the idea of taking revenge for these deaths by military retaliation against Afghanistan, Iraq and/or other countries. We believe that the United States and Britain should proceed on the basis of international law, following the UN Charter, working through the normal channels of extradition law, to bring the perpetrators to justice. We stand shoulder to shoulder with the Muslim communities in Britain, and demand an end to anti-Muslim attacks and prejudice. We reject the erosion of our civil liberties in the name of anti-terrorism. We are committed to campaigning solely by nonviolent means. Our Priority Concern is the humanitarian catastrophe threatening millions of ordinary families in Afghanistan.
Subject Headings
-  Iraq War, 2003-
-  Iraq -- History -- 2003-
-  Peace movements
-  Humanitarian assistance
web site
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 20540 USA
Source Url
Access Condition
-  [Streaming video not enabled.]
- (domain)*/
Online Format
web page
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ARROW anti-war homepage. 2002. Archived Web Site. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, (Accessed August 28, 2016.)

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(2002) ARROW anti-war homepage. [Archived Web Site] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

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ARROW anti-war homepage. 2002. Archived Web Site. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.