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Traprock Peace Center Radio
Galloway Tour End Closes Historic Day in Washington, D.C.
Actuality (Uncut Material)
George Galloway, MP, speaking with Mounzer Sleiman, PhD; Camilo Mejia; Elias Rashmawi; Rose Gentle; Ahmed Shawki; Virgina Harabin (moderator).
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George Galloway, Member of Parliament - UK (Respect Unity Coalition), spoke to a capacity audience at the First Congregational Church in Washington, DC. Ralph Nadar and Dennis Brutus were special guests, while Louisiana activists were honored (see below).
Traprock Peace Center recorded and edited the audio program.
"We have to raise our demands. We don't want Bush out of the Whitehouse, we want Bush in prison with Blair and all the other war criminals who have brought us to this pass." - George Galloway

"As Muhammed Ali said: 'No Viet Cong ever called me nigger. And I will not fight for Democracy in Vietnam when I cannot fight for Democracy in Mississippi.' Prophetic words coming after Hurricane Katrina showed the world that the government that claims to be able to rebuild nations, cannot save its own citizens..." - Ahmed Shawki

"I have asked Tony Blair to meet me for a year, and his answer always is 'I don't wand to debate a grieving mother.' We know why he doesn't want to debate a grieving mother." - Rose Gentle

"Only when the the United States is at peace with itself can it be at peace with this world. We cannot allow the administration to deny the people of the Gulf Coast and New Orleans the right to return as they deny the Palestinians the right to return." - Elias Rashmawi

"They hated the occupation, they hated the power that oppressed them. But whenever there was room for dialogue, there was dialogue. Whenever there was room for tea, there was tea. Whenever there was room for food, there was food and they shared it with us. They shared their Holy Koran with me, a Christian occupier of their land. So the notion that they need 160,000 foreign troops in order to succeed is offensive to me." - Camilo Mejia

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01:35:00 1 Sept. 24, 2005
First Congregational Church, G Street NW, Washington, DC
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