Science for Peace is deeply concerned about the egregious violations of Dr. Hassan Diab’s rights under the Canadian and French justice systems: the suspension of his habeas corpus rights, his right to a fair trial if charges are pressed, and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty.
Obama “You have my word that we will keep drilling everywhere we can” (March 22, 2012) Nnimmo Bassey “Delaying real action until 2020 is a crime of global proportions….An increase … Read more Climate Justice, Contraction and Convergence, and Eliminating GHG Emissions
The Trial Kafka visited me He asked how I was doing I told him about my trial And he told me about his We compared notes It pained us very … Read more The Trial of Hassan Diab
by Sara Flounders There is growing apprehension that through miscalculation, deliberate provocation or a staged false flag operation, a U.S. war with Iran is imminent. The dangerous combination of top … Read more Resist U.S. imperialist war threats on Iran
by Jim Deutsch The international financial institutions’ structural adjustment programs and austerity measures are washing ashore on the industrialized world, inflicting destruction on the “First World” just as they have … Read more Another Bank is Possible
On February 25, 2012, Science for Peace held a teach-in entitled “Geopolitics of War and Sanctions against Iran: Another World is Possible, but is Another War Probable?” Featured panellists were … Read more Iran Teach-In, February 25, 2012
By Jon Thompson Lorimer, 2011 ISBN 978-1-55277-656-8 Reviewer: Chandler Davis It should be obvious to the most casual observer that in Canada today criticism of Israeli policy is controversial. However … Read more Book Review: No Debate: The Israel lobby and free speech at Canadian universities
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