Students lead anti-war protest following Syria airstrikes

Anti-war protesters marched through downtown Boston from Park Street Station to City Hall. / Photo by Ryan Grewal

اريد انا اشتري اسهم سوق الاوراق الماليه الكويتي forex broker with free api By Ryan Grewal, city editor thinkorswim forex micro kupowanie bitcoin When Cayman Macdonald heard the news of the U.S. missile strikes on Syria Thursday night, she knew she would hit the streets the next day. What she did not know was that she would be organizing the protest.

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افضل برامج الاسهم “Last night, when I was listening to the news reports, I was so overwhelmed,” said Macdonald, a senior international affairs and political science combined major. “I was going to wait until I saw a Facebook event [for a protest], but I didn’t see one, so I said ‘[expletive] it’ and made my own. I reached out some activists I know and here we are.” btc bitcoin

كيف اشتري اسهم تويتر At 5 p.m. Friday – less than 24 hours after U.S. cruise missiles struck a Syrian airbase in response to the use of chemical weapons by President Bashar al-Assad against civilians – nearly 100 protesters filled the area outside of Park Street Station on the Boston Common. The “NO WAR on Syria!” rally organized by Macdonald and Northeastern student Martha Durkee-Neuman.

تداول الاسهم بالكويت Many of the protesters held signs, emblazoned with slogans such as, “Hands off Syria,” “Stop American imperialists,” “No war, no ban, no wall” and “Down with imperial intervention, down with capitalist pigs.” One protester held a rainbow pride flag, while another waved the red banner of the communist movement.

أخبار السوق السعودي Durkee-Neuman, a third-year human services and international affairs combined major, led the impassioned crowd in anti-war chants.

السوق السعودية للاسهم “One, two, three, four – we don’t want your racist wars,” Durkee-Neuman said through a megaphone. “Five, six, seven, eight – stop the killing, stop the hate.” مؤشر الاسهم البنك الاهلي Speakers at the rally criticized Thursday’s bombing campaign as well as the United States’ policy toward the Middle East. Valentine Moghadam, the director of Northeastern’s international affairs and Middle East studies programs, decried the funding and training of anti-Assad militants and the war’s effects on women.

اسعار الاسهم اليوم مباشر السعودية “What has the support of an armed rebellion gotten in the past six years? Death, destruction […] and a refugee crisis,” Moghadam said to the crowd. “Syrian refugee women are subjected to all kinds of violence […] That’s what war does.”

Protesters march through Washington Street toward City Hall a day after President Donald J. Trump and the U.S. military launched 59 missiles into Syria. / Photo by Ryan Grewal

نسبة الخسارة Ù ÙŠ بيع وشراء ليرات ذهب Jace Ritchey, a third-year justice, rhetoric and society studies major at Northeastern, attended the protest to denounce what he called the hypocrisy of President Donald J. Trump’s policies.

نصائح الاسهم السعودية “Bombs don’t solve any problems,” he said. “It doesn’t make any sense, particularly because the U.S. hasn’t paid our dues in accepting refugees.” كم سعر الذهب اليوم في السعوديه Macdonald and Durkee-Neuman led the chanting protesters through the streets of downtown Boston, followed by three Boston Police Department squad cars. They marched up Washington Street to Government Center, where the protesters dispersed – but not before one last chant. اسعار الذهب في الكويت “There ain’t no power like the power of the people because the power of the people don’t stop,” they chanted from the steps of City Hall.