March 21, 2003
CLEMENTS, M.D, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Clements is a Vietnam war veteran and recipient of the 1997 Nobel Peace
Prize on behalf of Physicians for Human Rights. He has just returned from
10-day emergency mission to Iraq with other public health experts to assess
the vulnerability of the civilian population.
Ret. U.S. Army Captain
CHARLES LITEKY, KATHY KELLY, MICHAEL BIRMINGHAM,
In Chicago: DANNY MULLER, email@example.com, http://www.iraqpeaceteam.org
Members of the Iraq Peace Team -- Liteky, Kelly and Birmingham -- are
Baghdad. Phone lines are intermittent, but do work for many after several
STANLEY I. KUTLER,
Kutler is the author of the book "The Wars of Watergate" and
article "There Will Absolutely Be No Dissension" published in
ZOLTAN GROSSMAN, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Grossman is assistant professor of geography at the University of Wisconsin
and author of the recent article "New U.S. Military Bases."
CHRIS TOENSING, email@example.com,
Toensing is editor of Middle East Report.
ANAS SHALLAL, firstname.lastname@example.org
Shallal is a "Partner for Peace" in the Seeds of Peace program,
of the Mesopotamia Cultural Society and an independent Iraqi-American
business owner in Washington, D.C.
ELISABETH RYDEN BENJAMIN,
Recently back from Iraq, Benjamin is a public health lawyer and is founder
of the New York Legal Aid Society's Health Law Unit. She was in Iraq with
delegation organized by the Center for Economic and Social Rights, which
just released the report "The Human Costs of War in Iraq."
REESE ERLICH, email@example.com,
Erlich is coauthor of the new book "Target Iraq."
ANDONI, LamisAndoni@yahoo.com, http://www.electroniciraq.net
Andoni is a journalist and analyst who has covered the Mideast for over
ELLSBERG, Michael@ellsberg.net, http://www.ellsberg.net
Ellsberg, currently in Washington, D.C., authored the recent book "Secrets:
A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers."
DENIS HALLIDAY, firstname.lastname@example.org
Former head of the U.N. oil-for-food program and former U.N. Assistant
Secretary General of the U.N.
BRIAN WILLSON, email@example.com,
Was in Vietnam as an Air Force officer, now active in Veterans for Peace.
Associate director of the Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Program at
Indiana University at Bloomington, an Iraqi-American.
NORMAN SOLOMON, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Coauthor of the new book "Target Iraq" and executive director
Institute for Public Accuracy.
JOHN QUIGLEY, email@example.com
Professor of international law at Ohio State University, Quigley said
today: "The military action against Iraq is not justified under any
doctrine of law and therefore constitutes aggression."
KEVIN GRAY, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Author of the recent article "The Sun Never Sets," editorial
for Black News in S.C.
MEDEA BENJAMIN, JODIE
Founders of Code Pink, a women's peace group that has maintained a vigil
front of the White House.
Now in New York City, executive director of Western States Legal
Foundation, a nuclear disarmament advocacy organization; wrote the article
"The End of Disarmament and the Arms Races to Come."
WILLIAM HARTUNG, email@example.com,
Senior research fellow at the World Policy Institute specializing in
KANI XULAM, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Director of the American Kurdish Information Network.
Professor of communications at American University and author of several
books including "Science of Coercion"; can address satellite
psychological operations and propaganda.
With the Stirling Media Research Institute in Scotland, specializes in
global public opinion.
more information, contact at the Institute for Public Accuracy:
Sam Husseini, (202) 347-0020; or David Zupan, (541) 484-9167