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From Afghanistan, thank you Bradley Manning!

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They won't free us. We need to free ourselves.

In Bradley Manning's internal and better world, he is free!  He testified , " I felt I had accomplished something that allowed me to have a clear conscience based upon what I had seen and read about and knew were happening in both Iraq and Afghanistan every day."

Please take some time to listen to these "everyday' tragedies in Afghanistan.

Please take some time to read and watch the thoughts of the Afghan Peace Volunteers below. Rather than chant the dirges of death, we want to sing out life-giving messages.

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Then, without any trace of force, join us in asking for release of the "Farah/Granai massacre' video.


From Afghanistan, the Afghan Peace Volunteers thank Bradley Manning

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Abdul Ali

I wish to share the pain of those killed in the Farah massacre, so I request Wikileaks to release the video. Thank you, Bradley, for your courage and sense of human responsibility in passing on this video. I support you!

Faiz Ahmad

As a human being and an Afghan citizen, I want to know the truth so that such violent tragedies will never be repeated again. It will show us how much we need the way of non-violence.

Abdulhai

We need to learn that killing, whether by the Taliban or the US/NATO forces, is not acceptable and cannot solve any problem. At this time, Bradley Manning needs us, and we need one another.

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Raz Mohammad

It should be clear to the people how, for profit and power, groups like the Taliban and the US/NATO forces, kill without accountability. We want the voices of the people, like that of Bradley Manning, to be heard. We especially want the voices of children to be heard, including the voices of children who have been killed. We want their voices to haunt us. We should give a prize of conscience to Bradley Manning.

Basir Bita

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Dr. Teck Young Wee, a Singaporean medical doctor, worked as a public health doctor in Afghanistan's Bamiyan Province for ten years. The name he uses, Hakim, was given to him when he served as a public health doctor among refugees on the border (more...)
 

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From Afghanistan, thank you Bradley Manning!