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Stop CIA and US Military Drone Strikes

A TIME Magazine report covered how a young 16 year old American kid from Denver was killed in a US drone strike on Yemen. This is just one of a series of horror stories about innocents killed by this mechanized nightmarish war without tears. This is beneath the dignity of the United States of America to be part of, and we demand that the President stop these unmanned drone strikes.

Below is an excerpt of the TIME Magazine article with a link to the article.

A wave of CIA drone strikes targeting al-Qaeda figures in Yemen is stoking widespread anger there that U.S. policy is cruel and misguided, prioritizing counterterrorism over a genuine solution to the country's raging political crisis.

Politics has never been a concern to Sam al-Homiganyi and his fellow teenagers. This month, though, they were shocked by the sudden death of a friend and are struggling to understand why.

Fighting back tears, his gaze fixed downward, al-Homiganyi, a lean-looking 15-year-old from the outskirts of Sana'a, told TIME, "He was my best friend, we played football together everyday." Another of his friends spoke up, gesturing to the gloomy group of jeans-clad boys around him: "He was the same as us. He liked swimming, playing computer games, watching movies ... you know, normal stuff."
Read more: http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2097899,00.html#ixzz20NSCiJzu

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White House
I just signed the following petition addressed to: white house.

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Stop CIA and US Military Drone Strikes

A TIME Magazine report covered how a young 16 year old American kid from Denver was killed in a US drone strike on Yemen. This is just one of a series of horror stories about innocents killed by this mechanized nightmarish war without tears. This is beneath the dignity of the United States of America to be part of, and we demand that the President stop these unmanned drone strikes.

Below is an excerpt of the TIME Magazine article with a link to the article.

A wave of CIA drone strikes targeting al-Qaeda figures in Yemen is stoking widespread anger there that U.S. policy is cruel and misguided, prioritizing counterterrorism over a genuine solution to the country's raging political crisis.

Politics has never been a concern to Sam al-Homiganyi and his fellow teenagers. This month, though, they were shocked by the sudden death of a friend and are struggling to understand why.

Fighting back tears, his gaze fixed downward, al-Homiganyi, a lean-looking 15-year-old from the outskirts of Sana'a, told TIME, "He was my best friend, we played football together everyday." Another of his friends spoke up, gesturing to the gloomy group of jeans-clad boys around him: "He was the same as us. He liked swimming, playing computer games, watching movies ... you know, normal stuff."
Read more: http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2097899,00.html#ixzz20NSCiJzu
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Sincerely,