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Peace groups demonstrate

Date Posted: 2001-10-01

Participants at a peace demonstration held on Saturday evening along Kokusai Street in Naha City, vowed to oppose the idea of a military retaliation to the terrorist attacks that took place in the U.S. last week. They also expressed their opposition to the prefecture’s decision not to continue to foreclose information concerning the U.S. nuclear submarines visiting White Beach.

The demonstrators said that they are questioning how journalists react to the issues currently confronting them, and pledged to stand up against the war in any circumstances. They urged the cooperation and unity with as many peace groups as possible in order to create a powerful movement. At the end of the demonstration, the participants read a message against any military retaliation and information control, which was to be handed to Okinawa Governor Keiichi Inamine on Tuesday.

Former Tsudajuku University Professor Douglas Ramis presented flyers aimed for the U.S. military members in Okinawa, stating that a murder is not the solution for a murder.

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