"The work of No More Victims has made an enormous difference in the lives of so many children impacted by the horrors of war." — Senator Edward Kennedy
"If we are to create peace in our world, we must begin with our children." — Mahatma Gandhi
"We are not worth more. They are not worth less." — S. Brian Willson
"War in our time is always indiscriminate, a war against innocents, a war against children. War is terrorism, magnified a hundred times." — Howard Zinn
"To initiate a war of aggression is not only an international crime; it is the supreme international crime differing only from other war crimes in that it contains within itself the accumulated evil of the whole. — Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal
No More Victims began in late 2002 as the invasion of Iraq approached. We work for peace by helping victims of war and telling their stories — uniting meaningful solidarity with media outreach and community education. Our projects have reached tens of millions of Americans with stories that reveal the human face of what pundits and the Pentagon dismiss as “collateral damage.” Our primary objectives are to help communities create solidarity projects for children injured by US forces abroad, and to advocate and educate for peace.

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"US air strike in Syria kills up to 85 civilians 'mistaken for Isil fighters'. Some eight families were hit as they tried to flee fighting in their area, in one of the single deadliest strikes on civilians by the alliance since the start of its operations in the war-torn country. Pictures of the aftermath of the dawn strikes on the Isil-controlled village of Tokhar near Manbij in northern Syria showed the bodies of children as young as three under piles of rubble." The US has been bombing middle eastern countries for more than two and a half decades. The violence of US foreign policy is not only shameful in itself; it generates Blowback and endangers American civilians. We should pay attention to the human costs of US militarism and work to bring American officials responsible for aggression to account.
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Since 2003, No More Victims has connected children injured by US forces with medical care in the United States.
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War Machine

The American War Machine consumes 54% of the US discretionary budget, and has wrought untold misery throughout the Middle East and beyond. As President Eisenhower observed: "Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed." This section is dedicated to exploring the vast waste, corruption and abuses of the Military Industrial Congressional Complex, and the human consequences of American militarism.

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Refugee Crisis

The US invasion of Iraq, and the American project to reconfigure the middle east by forcing regime change, are the root cause of the refugee crisis unfolding across the Middle East and Europe. Under Nuremberg, initiating a war of aggression is the supreme international crime, and those responsible must be held to account for all the harm that follows. That includes the misery of refugees who have been forced to flee their homes in search of safety.

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