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Profile: Majorie Cohn

 
  

Positions that Majorie Cohn has held:

  • Associate professor at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego
  • Executive vice president of the National Lawyers Guild


 

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Quote, November 21, 2002

   “The passage of Resolution 1441 gives the Bush Regime the tools it needs to carry out that mission. Although couched as a means for disarmament, this resolution is really a ‘set up’ that will be used to justify the US military takeover of Iraq. Paragraph 8 states that ‘... Iraq shall not take or threaten hostile acts directed against any representative or personnel of the United Nations or of any Member State taking action to uphold any Council resolution.’ Although the ‘no-fly-zones’ have never been sanctioned by the Security Council, under Paragraph 8, the US could justify its use of military force against Iraq, if Iraq fired on a US airplane which was unlawfully violating Iraq's airspace within these zones.... It would be very difficult for any sovereign nation to comply with Resolution 1441, which in effect authorizes the occupation of Iraq.” [Jurist, 11/21/02]

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