Save the People of Darfur—Send this Letter To The President

For all of you who are as crushed as I am by the continuing genocide in Darfur, please feel free to print out this letter, sign it with your name and address, and put it in the mail to the President. We must not let another innocent person be killed, tortured or left to die due to the negligence of international pressure and intervention.

Also, you can make copies to distribute at work, church, temple, to neighbors, at community meetings, schools…wherever you think people will sign up and help by adding their voices to the cause.

Thank you,

President George W. Bush
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20500

Dear President Bush,

I am deeply concerned about the tragic events currently unfolding in Darfur, Sudan. I believe that the United States must do everything possible to end the genocide and provide humanitarian relief to the more than three million people who are suffering, affected and devastated by this crisis.

In September 2004, your Administration rightfully recognized that the crisis in Darfur
constitutes genocide. As the death toll in Darfur continues to mount, it is clear that nothing short of international intervention can protect the people of Darfur. I am writing to implore that you assert U.S. leadership to ensure an international intervention takes place. Please use your tremendous power and moral authority to end this genocide and provide security to the men, women and children of Darfur.

I appreciate your support for a U.N. take over of the African Union Mission in Sudan, and hope that you will very strongly follow through with this. Please continue to call for this transfer, and vocalize your support for further funding and stronger forces to protect
these innocent people.


2 Comments on “Save the People of Darfur—Send this Letter To The President”

  • Vigilante


    No answer yet, huh?

  • Vigilante


    So, my dear Sara, what would you have the U.N. do?

    Send troops?

    Which troops?

    From the U.S.?
    From the U.K.?
    From Germany? France?

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