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Two Palestine Peace Rallies August 2

Palestine Peace Rallies August 2 - 2pm Aotea Sq Then 3.30 at Museum


Palestine / Israel. Rally For Peace

We call on people in Auckland to support Justice and Peace for Palestinians and Israelis based on: 1.Removal of Israeli Occupation 2.Right of Return for Refugees 3.Sharing Jerusalem 4.Cessation of Jewish only Settlements in occupied Palestine.

Where ..... AOTEA SQUARE (Queen St, Auckland)

Saturday AUG. 2nd. 2003 2 pm ~~~~~~~~~~~~~

2. Then afterwards you are welcome to attend:

Palestine Human Rights Campaign

is organising

Special Rally Of Remembrance

For all those who have suffered or died because of the Israeli government's continued occupation of Palestine (West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem)

Where? Auckland War Memorial Museum - Palestine Wall (west side)

When? 3.30pm Saturday August 2nd 2003

A floral tribute will be laid to honour the memory of all those who died or suffered. Then we will march to the olive grove at the rear of the museum where another tribute will be laid

Prayers for peace from the Christian, Muslim and Jewish Faiths will be said. Your own floral contributions would be appreciated too. Contacts: David Wakim 09 5200201 Tuma Hazou 09 4738677

3. Government support for the Palestians was announced by Phil Goff recently: $400,000 to the United Nations for food aid and other humanitarian aid to the Palestinians. Also the annual payment of $300,000 continues for UNWRA We congratulate the Government on this grant.

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