Seattle Protesters Demand End to Israel's War on Lebanon

Pasquini, Elaine
November 2006
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Nov2006, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p68
The article presents information on an anti-war campaign organized by antiwar activists. Hundreds of protesters gathered at Seattle's Federal Building on August 12, demanding the end to Israel's occupation of Palestine and its 32-day bombing of Lebanon. Advocates of the Green Party's Washington senatorial candidate, Aaron Dixon, leaked out information on the anti-war candidate to passersby.


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