Marc McCole wants to

Stop US aid going to the Egyptian military

given ongoing atrocities in Egypt, it's long past the point where US aid should be stopped

About the campaign

2 Campaign Leaders

39 Campaign Supporters

Why this matters

Marc McCole
Marc McCole Campaign leader

"The White House said "the world is watching" after a day on which at least 278 people were killed. But there was still no sign that the US…Read More

Egypt: global outcry steps up pressure on US to suspend aid to military

the Guardian
Link to video: Egypt: US and Middle East react to day of violence The United States has led a chorus of international concern about Egypt's crackdown on demonstrators, publicly condemning the violence that resulted in the worst loss of life on a single day since the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi last month. The White House said "the…Read More

Egyptian leaders banning foreign and domestic press. Journalists being held, against their will. What else will it take to show the world…Read More

Al Jazeera journalists detained in Egypt

Press Office Al Jazeera journalists detained in Egypt Three-man team arrested on Tuesday, while two other staff members have been held for several weeks. Last Modified: 29 Aug 2013 15:33 Al Jazeera correspondent Wayne Hay, cameraman Adil Bradlow, and producer Russ Finn are currently being detained by Egyptian authorities. They have been held…Read More
Nick Magel
Nick Magel Campaign leader

I think it's time we put some pressure on Secretary of State Kerry. In may he waived a law passed by Congress that had put in place…Read More

Kerry Quietly Waives Congress' Restrictions on Egypt Military Aid | #1 News Site on the Threat of Radical Islam

ClarionProject.org
A law passed by Congress restricts U.S. aid to Egypt for human rights abuses, yet the Sec. of State just waived it.   Congress erupted in anger last week when Egyptian courts sentenced 43 non-governmental workers, including 16 Americans, to jail terms of up to five years for working in organizations to help Egyptians realize democracy.…Read More
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