Tuesday, July 11, 2006

7/7 Critical Perspectives

I shall be popping along...it's a public meeting so anyone can come.


Before & After 7/7: Interrogating British ‘Security’ Policies
Why did the 7/7 terrorist attack happen?
Like the 11 September 2001 attack, was this a ‘blowback’ effect of government policy?
What is being protected by British ‘security’ policies? What alternative policies could protect us?
6.30pm Wednesday 12 July
Committee Room 3, House of Lords, Westminster, SW1
Hosted by Lord Rea

Speakers
Nafeez Ahmed, author of The War on Freedom and The War on Truth and the new book
London Bombings – An Independent Inquiry, http://www.independentinquiry.co.uk
Milan Rai, co-founder of Voices in the Wilderness UK; author of Chomsky's Politics;
War Plan Iraq; Regime Unchanged; and 7/7: The London Bombings, Islam and the Iraq War
Gareth Peirce, human rights lawyer
Asad Rehman, Chair of Newham Monitoring Project
Representative of Charles de Menezes Family Campaign
Saghir Hussain, lawyer and Stop Political Terror
Prof. Bill Bowring, Human Rights & Social Justice Research Institute
Les Levidow, CAMPACC

The meeting has been called by CAMPACC (Campaign Against Criminalising Communities)
and is supported by HRSJ (Human Rights & Social Justice Research Institute), Stop Political Terror, 1990 Trust, The Muslim Parliament
Information: estella24@tiscali.co.uk, www.campacc.org.uk, Tel 020 272 4131, 020 7586 5892

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Rachel,

I've been reading your blog with much interest during the last few months.


Is "7/7 Critical Perspectives" opened to the general public?

July 11, 2006 4:38 pm  
Blogger Holly Finch said...

i will be there too honey....i feel like i should stop but i can't...another bollocking at work today...as i took yesterday off with exhaustion...they said they thought friday would be a 'watershed' & i would come in on monday 'a new woman'....god they make me mad...i nearly walked out!!...just ranting here as don't want to do it on my own blog...just incase!...
hugs misses...i think it's good our hatred is coming out...see you tomorrow xxx

July 11, 2006 5:32 pm  
Blogger Rachel said...

Yep, open to the general public!

Do come , any one is welcome.

No heckling though, and any one messing about will be chucked out by security I am told. it being in the House of Lords and all.

July 12, 2006 10:36 am  
Blogger parnellpr said...

I wish I could have gone. Sounds like its something along the lines of what a full 7/7 enquiry should be. Think any politicians went? Also, the Mumbai bombs, bet the Indians will have an enquiry...

July 12, 2006 10:39 pm  

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