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NZ is supporting terrorism

NZ is supporting terrorism

'The death of six more children in Afghanistan, killed by the United States in a bombing raid is a clear evidence that the so-called 'War on Terrorism' is a war on Muslim people and anyone who opposes US interests.' said Peace Action Wellington member Valerie Morse

'New Zealand is actively supporting the occupation of both Afghanistan and Iraq now. In Afghanistan, we are serving directly under the Americans. In Iraq, we are serving under the British. In both cases, it is clear that the brutal violence being perpetrated by the occupying armies is actually state terrorism.'

'Helen Clark claims to be committed to the reconstruction of these countries. It is very difficult to understand how supporting people who are murdering children could be construed as reconstructing anything.'

Peace Action Wellington demands an immediate end to support for the 'War on Terrorism' and a return of NZDF personnel.

ENDS

For more details, please contact Valerie Morse, 383-9315 or valerie.morse@paradise.net.nz

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