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Posted by Jeff from d53-152-230.try.wideopenwest.com ( on Sunday, March 16, 2003 at 1:36PM :

In Reply to: Would you please share your email? posted by andreas from dtm2-t9-1.mcbone.net ( on Sunday, March 16, 2003 at 1:31PM :

...written by someone else, but I agree with it in its entirety.

Here it is:
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff Atto" <jeff@attoz.com>
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Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2003 4:15 PM
Subject: Please invoke Resolution 377 and UNITE FOR PEACE :-)

> Dear U.N. Ambassador,
> President Bush appears determined to wage war on Iraq despite the
> world's opposition, despite the progress of UN weapons inspectors,
> despite the likelihood that an unprovoked war will foment, rather than
> eliminate, terrorism. The Bush Administration has threatened to attack
> Iraq even without the authority of the UN Security Council. This
> constitutes both a threat to world peace and to the very integrity of
> the UN as an institution dedicated to "the maintenance of international
> peace and security." Time is running short. This disastrous war must be
> prevented.
> Therefore, I ask you to band together with other nations in support of a
> "Uniting for Peace" resolution against an unprovoked invasion of Iraq.
> As you know, Resolution 377, adopted by the UN in 1950, was designed for
> situations precisely like this one.
> Uniting for Peace provides that if the Security Council cannot maintain
> international peace and there is a "threat to the peace, a breach of the
> peace, or an act of aggression," then the General Assembly "shall
> consider the matter immediately." The General Assembly can meet within
> 24 hours to consider such a matter, and can recommend collective
> measures to U.N. members including the use of armed forces to "maintain
> or restore international peace and security."
> Such a "Uniting for Peace" resolution could require that no military
> action be taken against Iraq without the explicit authority of the
> Security Council. It could mandate that the inspectors be permitted to
> complete their task. It seems unlikely that the United States and
> Britain would ignore such a measure. A vote by the majority of countries
> in the world, particularly if it were almost unanimous, would make the
> unilateral rush to war more difficult.
> Uniting for Peace can be invoked either by seven members of the Security
> Council or by a majority of the members of the General Assembly. It may
> be our last best hope for fulfilling the mission stated in the UN
> Charter: to "save succeeding generations form the scourge of war."
> Please act now. It's not too late.
> Sincerely,
> Jeffrey J. Atto
> Royal Oak, Michigan, USA
> (Full text of Resolution 377 can be read at
> http://www.us-israel.org/jsource/UN/unga377.html )

: Shlama Jeff,

: Would you please share also your email?

: Thanks in advance.

: beSheyna

: andreas

-- Jeff
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