Download the petition and use it in your workplace, community group or with your friends. Advertisements Continue reading Petition – don’t attack Iran
As part of a UK wide day of action Edinburgh Stop the War will be at the east end on Princes Street 1.30pm – 3pm on Saturday 29th June petitioning and leafletting to say Don’t Attack Iran. Continue reading Don’t attack Iran
Tuesday June 4th, 5pm – 7pm by St Giles Cathedral on the Royal Mile, Edinburgh. Trump is in London for a state visit on 3rd and 4th June. At the same time the British government is lining up behind is threats to launch a war with Iran. Assemble to show your opposition to Trump and his drive to war and solidarity with those marching in … Continue reading Protest at Trump’s visit
Israeli strikes on Iranian targets in Syria are a worrying escalation for the region and the world. Such strikes have been occurring now for several years but what makes these latest bombing raids extraordinary is Israel’s public admission that it was behind them. Netanyahu said “we will strike at anyone who tried to harm us. Whoever threatens to eliminate us, bears full responsibility.” This may … Continue reading Israeli Strikes on Iran – A Sign of What’s to Come?
In just the first year of Trump in office, the US dropped more than half the number of bombs that have been dropped in the entire eight years of the Bush administration. He also introduced a ban targeting people from eight predominantly Muslim countries. He trampled over Palestinian rights, is on a war path with Iran (having ended the nuclear deal with that country), and … Continue reading Glasgow Stop the War
Saturday 7th July: Wellington Statue – East End of Princes Street Before arriving in the UK Trump is attending the NATO summit in Brussels. NATO remains a nuclear alliance with a policy of first strike use of nuclear weapons. On 7 July there is a mass demo in Brussels. This event is to: 1. Assemble in solidarity with the Brussels demonstration 2. To leaflet and … Continue reading No to Trump: No to Nato
Scrapping the Iran nuclear deal risks another war President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the nuclear deal with Iran and to institute severe sanctions against it compromises the entire international framework for nonviolent conflict resolution and could lead to another catastrophic war in the Middle East. It also puts into question the de-escalation process on the Korean peninsula. Trump’s willingness to scrap a deal which … Continue reading Trump renegues on Iran deal