Please help stop the NATO bombing in Libya: email campaign

September 12, 2011 — 20 Comments

Human Rights Investigations supports the email campaign to stop the NATO bombing in Libya, to prevent massacres such as we have already seen in Zlitan and NATO supported ethnic cleansing in places such as Tawergha and to protect the people of Sabha, Zlitan and the south of Libya from further death and destruction.

Take just a few easy steps to send e-mails to non-belligerent members on the UN Security Council, calling on them to take a stand against the military intervention and to support and promote a negotiated resolution/peace.

SEND YOUR E-MAILS NOW!

Please pass this on to your friends, family and contacts around the world! For Italian, French and Spanish versions of the appeal (with email in English) please go to: http://www.interculture.it/libia

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Please paste the following addresses into the recipient box of your “Stop the War in Libya” e-mail:

ChinaMissionUN@Gmail.com, rusun@un.int, India@un.int, portugal@un.int, contact@lebanonun.org, chinesemission@yahoo.com, delbrasonu@delbrasonu.org, siumara@delbrasonu.org, bihun@mfa.gov.ba, colombia@colombiaun.org, pmun.newyork@dirco.gov.za, perm.mission@nigerdeleg.org, aumission_ny@yahoo.com, presidentrsa@po.gov.za, info@new-york-un.diplo.de, dsatsia@gabon-un.org, LamamraR@africa-union.org, waneg@africa-union.org, JoinerDJ@africa-union.org, gabon@un.int, Nigeria@un.int, unsc-nowar@gmx.com

In the e-mail’s subject box:
PLEASE PUT A STOP TO NATO WAR IN LIBYA – APPEAL TO NON-BELLIGERENT UNSC MEMBERS

Body text:

“PLEASE PUT A STOP TO THE NATO WAR ON LIBYA!”
WE APPEAL TO NON-BELLIGERENT MEMBERS OF THE U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL
•to put an end to the misuse of U.N. Security Council Resolution 1973 to influence the internal affairs of Libya through warfare, by revoking it, and
•to press for a peaceful resolution of the conflict in Libya.

We thank those countries that have tried, and are still trying, to work towards peace.

Our appeal is based on the following:
•the military intervention in Libya undertaken by some NATO members has now gone far beyond the provisions of Security Council Resolution 1973, and is based on hyped-up accounts of defenseless citizens being massacred by their government, while the truth is that, in Libya, there is an on-going and intense internal armed conflict;
•we are aware of the economic and geo-strategic interests that lie behind the war in Libya and, in particular, behind NATO support of one of the two armed factions;
•NATO military intervention in Libya has killed (and is continuing to kill) countless civilians, as well as harming and endangering the civilian population, including migrants and refugees, in various other ways;
•the belief, at this stage, that only non-belligerent countries – and particularly those with U.N. Security Council voting rights – can successfully bring a peaceful end to the conflict through negotiations and by implementing the opening paragraph of UNSC Resolution 1973, which calls for an immediate ceasefire.

Respectfully yours,

Name (or association)
Address (optional)

Promoted by Rete No War and U.S. Citizens for Peace & Justice – Rome

20 responses to Please help stop the NATO bombing in Libya: email campaign

  1. 

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  2. 

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  3. 

    The International Criminal Court
    Information and Evidence Unit
    Office of the Prosecutor Post Office Box 19519 2500 CM The Hague The Netherlands
    email: otp.informationdesk@icc-cpi.int ,
    facsimile: +31 70 515 8555.

  4. 

    More people need to know the truth of Libya. I think it’s urgent to organize the campaign to save Libyan people from the NATO criminals. Sigh…

  5. 
    Colette Cseszko-Vogelaar September 19, 2011 at 18:19

    Hi,

    I have sent my message yesterday and today it came back telling me that its delivery has been delayed. i tried to send same to individual member states but that was ‘un-sendable…
    Do you have any suggestions? i know this issue is being discussed today and i am not sure if delaying this message is legit…it could also be that the lines are swamped, which would be a good thing….
    do you have any suggestions as to what else i could do?

    • 

      Hi Colette – hopefully they have been overwhelmed. The UN Security Council agreed a new resolution (UNSC Resolution 2009) on Friday, which sets up a UN Mission to Libya and calls on the NTC to respect human rights. However – the new resolution doesn’t stop the bombing. South Africa made a statgement calling for an immediate cease-fire but the NATO countries want to be able to carry on and there is no change. They are going to keep considering Libya at the UN – and we are going to have to keep campaigning and pressurising them as long as the bombing continues.

    • 
      hy colette are you frm raamstraat ams January 29, 2014 at 20:22

      HY COLETTE ARE YOU FRM RAAMSTRAAT AMS PLS REPLY ROSE maorat@gmx.net

  6. 

    It is time to end this murderous masquerade. The Libyan Oil War is not a “Humanitarian” war and we know it. Stop the bombing of innocent civilians now. Stop the support for the racist, torturing, rebel rapists, This is an international war crime.

  7. 

    This is one more war of aggression made for oil, gas and water on the part of the western powers, themselves imbroiled in a never ending depression. This time the assault is masqueraded as a “humanitarian” war.

  8. 

    The real reason for this war of Orwell-like lies and the slaughter of uncaunted innocent civilians, who lived in undisturbed peace with world-wide incomparable social benefits, was a histeric aggressiv reaction of the megalomaniac french CIA-Mafia leader Sarköszy, who heard from the intention of Coll. Ghaddafi, to transfer the Libyan State-money to Asia. The french big banks had crashed immitiatly and not only the french. And a lot of other wellknown reasons like gold-dinar, oil and to steal Libyan state-reserverses made this war to an unbelievable moralic and ethic desaster of UN, US, EU and NATO, not to speak from the islamistic puppets-rebells and cut-throughting butchers. Shame to all this bought prostitutes of western journalism and politicans – they all are responsible for this unjust massaker of the heartful, tolerant and wonderful people of the green Libya – a state without any dept. It is an ugly pure cynicism from Obama, Rasmussen and co. to speak from ,humanitarian bombs` and the protecting of the Libyan citicens! When the full up consumers and egomaniacs of the west will awake? Maybe, when the world-economy is in pieces and tanks are rolling in front of their burning bombed houses?

  9. 

    I am concerned about these atrocities created by governments who are corrupted to the bones. These corrupted nations are intricate in their mischievous interests.
    It is crystal clear that there are self interests behind all these criminal aggressions driven by the thirst of greed. The “French Revolution” was orchestrated by foreign entities who wanted to get rid of economic power from France’s Kings. Thousands were murdered, and there were plans to reduce the population to a greater extend, but thanks heaven, it never happened. Today, we are seeing exactly the same thing happening with Mr. Muhamar Qaddafi’s nation. International interests are at play. They want to turn into shambles the economic power of Libya in order to make her become a slave, as our present nations are to the owners of the international banks.
    Jacques Attali’s book Tous ruinés dans dix ans? Explains that in the past nations that were in the brim of economic meltdown, created wars to rob other nations of their riches. This is what is exactly happening in this 21st century. Aren’t we supposed to live in harmony between nations out of all the mistakes and experiences of the past?
    How our small voices could be heard, so that our governments could stop these killings and destructions. Aren’t we anymore free to change the order of things that occident imposes all over the world, as Libya wanted to change? If they do it to a sovereign nation, they can do it also in a more lower level, you and me.
    The perpetrators of these wars and felonies are the Gadianton robbers of the Nephite civilization. They found a solution to get rid of them, but lastly the Gadianton robbers prevailed and managed to destroy their own government and ways.
    If we don’t get organized and speak out as a huge body of people from different nations, these modern Gadianton robbers will prevail and destroy our modern civilization too.
    We have elected and placed our governments to do right things. When they are found guilty of perpetrating criminal acts upon humanity, we should stand up, open our mouths, and ask them to step out of their mandatory chairs.
    The power is on the people, governments are our well paid servants, we can get rid of them when they show acts of uncivilized humans, and we should.

    • 

      Fernando: “The “French Revolution” was orchestrated by foreign entities who wanted to get rid of economic power from France’s Kings.”

      I’m sorry, what? The events that caused the French Revolution (and not the “French Revolution”, with inverted commas) were:
      – hunger amongst the poorest classes;
      – an outdated tax system, which put itself in the way of the huge war debts France incurred during the American Revolutionary War (don’t tell me this was also the work of “foreign entities”);
      – the indecisiveness of King Louis XVI, in theory an “absolute” monarch who would back off when faced with opposition);
      – amongst other factors.

      (Read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_Revolution)

      BTW, who are these “foreign entities” who, in your minds, “plotted” the French Revolution?

  10. 

    STOP BOMBING LIBYA civilians ENOUGH IS ENOUGH

  11. 

    This is the waste crime which OBAMA, SAKORZY, CAMEROON, and OTHERS ARE COMMITTING AGAINST THE BLACK RACE OF THE WORLD. WE NEVER CREATED OURSELVES BUT GOD DID CREATE US(THE DARK SKINNED PEOPLE)! THEREFORE, WE MUST TURN TO GOD WHO CREATED US TO ACT ON OUR BEHALF! GOD HAS NEVER, & WILL NEVER FAIL HIS CREATION WHENEVER IT CRIED TO HIM FOR PROTECTION. NO HUMAN BEING WILL EVER HEAR OUR CRY & COME TO OUR RESCUE BECAUSE THAT IS WHAT THEY WANT TO HEAR & SEE FOR THEY SURVIVAL. I REMEMBER SOMEONE WISPERING TO ME THAT, THIS HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR SOMETIME THAT THE LIGHT SKINNED PEOPLE HAVE BEEN TRYING TO ELIMINATE THE DARK SKINNED PEOPLE FOR SOMETIME NOW BUT THEY HAVE ALWAYS FAILED. THIS IS THE REASON WHY WE MUST TURN TO GOD WHO SAW IT FIT THAT THERE MUST BE DARK SKINNED PEOPLE. I SUGGEST THAT WE HAVE A WORLD DAY OF PRAYER TO CRY TO OUR GOD, WHO ART IN HEAVEN. Thank you all & GOD guide you!

  12. 

    Just one thing: when are you going to understand that Qaddafi was a dictator who massacred his people in his quest for maintaining power?

    He tortured his people during his era, funded international terrorist organizations or ordered his secret service to do the job (forgot about the Lockerbie Massacre? Thank god he at least reveled who were his “dirty workers” and turned them in).

    Oh, and another thing: the peaceful protests you said weren’t peaceful? They were indeed peaceful (although there were some infiltrated people from Al Qaeda et al., who are on a decline, with the fall of the Middle Eastern dictatorships); they were the result of the Arab Spring, also a series of peaceful protests, which resulted in either the governments making reforms (true or false) and, in two cases, the dictatorial governments falling (Egypt and Tunisia); the (vast, vast majority of the) Lybians wanted Qaddafi to fall too, but he didn’t want to leave, so he sent out his henchmen.

    What I’m saying is: the NTC, the UN and the international community should be investigating what’s going on in Tawergha shouldn’t be investigated, but stop whitening the Qaddafi regime.

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