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November actions planned against drone killings

Drone graphic for Iowa
Photo: AFSC

Called by National Network to Stop Drones Warfare and Surveillance, actions planned around the country are to include protests at weapons manufacturers, teach-ins, and congressional advocacy.

In Iowa, AFSC is working with Methodist Federation for Social Action (MFSA), Catholic Peace Ministry, and Veterans for Peace in building a campaign to stop US drones warfare.

Days of action

November 16, 10 a.m - Rally at Fleur and McKinley, a short distance from the Iowa Air Guard

November 18, 2 p.m. - Congressional Office Visits

Public outcry is rising as faith-based organizations, human rights organizations and international legal bodies call for an end to the killings and insist that the US provide transparency and accountability in its assertion that a “global war” against terrorism gives the US authority to wage its drone warfare. The push back is coming with UN reports exposing the breadth of the US war; Amnesty International asserting that some of the drone killings amount to war crimes; and the faith communities challenging the ethics and legality of the drones war.

To participate in this campaign or to request a speaker for your meeting, church or organization, please contact Kathleen McQuillen, AFSC Iowa Program Coordinator.


Links for more information:

15 Faith based organizations


US Conference of Catholic Bishops statement


UN report


Amnesty International