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South Koreans on Jeju Island and the Afghan Peace Volunteers Say ‘No!’ to U.S. Military Bases | Voices for Creative Nonviolence

by Hakim and the Afghan Peace Volunteers On the 22nd of October, 2013, the Afghan Peace Volunteers (APVs) in Kabul, Afghanistan, had a Skype conversation with peace activists at Gangjeong Village on Jeju Island, South Korea, during which they shared solidarity in saying ‘No!’ to the U.S. war apparatus in Afghanistan and South Korea. They represent the ‘small people’ of ...

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We share life in Kabul | Waging Nonviolence

Despite the long-term degradations of poverty and war, we are hearing sentiments of hope from a variety of individuals and groups. The majority of Afghanistan’s population is under 25 years of age and they want reform and an end to the violence and corruption perpetrated by foreign, regional and internal self-interests. For more on this story, visit: We share life ...

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