Monday, March 21, 2005
Another highlight from the London anti-war rally:
"People poured into the capital from across the country, including 29-year-old human rights author Susanna Akono who traveled in a coach from Kent.Starting with starving the unborn.
" 'The war on terror is wrong because it is not going to end terrorism when you have people such as Iyad Allawi (Iraq's outgoing prime minister) being put in power,' she said, with an anti-war poster in her hand.
"Akono, who is from Cambodia and is married to a British man, plans to go on a hunger strike from April 14 in protest against the continuing war on terror.
" 'I want to do everything I can to make sure my child has a secure future,' said the pregnant activist."