1. Send an email to the following non-belligerent members of the security council:. Details below.
Russia, China, India, South Africa, Nigeria, Gabon, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Lebanon, Colombia, Brazil, Portugal, and Germany
A. Here are the email addresses:
ChinaMissionUN@Gmail.com, email@example.com, India@un.int, firstname.lastname@example.org,
email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com,
firstname.lastname@example.org, LamamraR@africa-union.org, email@example.com, JoinerDJ@africa-union.org, firstname.lastname@example.org, Nigeria@un.int,email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
B. Here is a subject line for your email: PLEASE STOP NATO WAR ON LIBYA – APPEAL TO NON-BELLIGERENT UNSC MEMBERS
NOTE: Please send an email to each address. Get your family and friends to also send emails and, if possible, please send emails repeatedly. When you do, modify the subject line each time so your emails are not filtered out.
C. Cut and paste this text into the body of the email:
“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, backing the African Union’s central role in this context.
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;
– 21 July 2011 NATO targeted the Great Man Made River and the pipe factory of the great man made river in the city of Brega, where pipes are manufactured to compensate for damaged pipes of the river, the only source of drinking waters and irrigation for the people of Libya. NATO is to carry out mass murder against the Libyan people by targeting their only drinking water source, where billions were invested and without it life stops in Libya. There is no relation between this factory and the protection of civilians that NATO claims it is carrying out. In fact this will surely kill many more civilians.
– 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.
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