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Sunday Meeting -Can Violence Bring Peace? The Case of Syria and Other Cases

Dr. Joseph Chuman, LeaderChris Bernhardt Presides As Ethical Culturists we abhor violence and war. But the contemporary world continually confronts us with the painful dilemma of using military force to curtail genocide or other mass atrocity crimes.

The world has been riveted to the civil war in Syria and the threat of a cruise missile attack by the United States in name of upholding international norms forbidding the use of chemical weapons, which cannot distinguish between military targets and non-combatants.

The issue of "humanitarian intervention" in various forms raises ethical issues of great consequence.  I'll look at some of those issues in my address.

Entry to our 100-year-old building and meeting rooms is available for most wheelchair users with prior arrangements. Please call ahead  [masked] x 107) for setup of our portable system and plan to arrive one hour before start time.

 

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