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international | anti-war / imperialism | feature Saturday August 26, 2006 17:33 by Farah Mokhtareizadeh
VCNV volunteers report back from the war front
Voices for Creative Non-Violence (VCNV.org) - a team that includes Farah Mokhtareizadeh (USA), Caoimhe Butterly (IRL), Michael Birmingham (IRL) and Kathy Kelly (USA),
Some may remember Farah Mokhtareizadeh from the second Pit Stop Ploughshares 2005 Mistrial - an American who traveled to Dublin to show some solidarity for the Pit Stops and check out the antiwar scene in Ireland. In January 2006 she went off to live in and explore Syria and blogged about her experiences (January / February / March).
Today, she is in Lebanon with Voices for Creative Non-Violence (VCNV.org) - part of a team that includes Caoimhe Butterly (IRL), Michael Birmingham (IRL) and Kathy Kelly (USA), who was called to give evidence in the third Pit Stop Ploughshares trial.
Farah has been kind to offer Indymedia.ie the chance to publish this first photo series of their travels....