Sharat G. Lin Offers U.S. Apology for Hiroshima Atomic Bomb
August 6, 2018

As reported by the San José (CA) Peace and Justice Center at Indy Bay:

Sharat G. Lin, representing the San José Peace and Justice Center, in addressing the International Anti-war Anti-nuke Rally in Hiroshima held on August 5, 2018, offered a resolute apology for the U.S. government’s dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945. He called it a “monstrous war crime” that must never be allowed to happen again. He called for universal nuclear disarmament that must focus first on the U.S.A. and Russia.

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