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Reminder: Caterpillar Protest: 11.30 Sat 7th May

A Reminder : Caterpillar Protest: 11.30 Sat 7th May 2005.

Assemble at FOODTOWN CORNER Opp. TINLEY ST. and QUAY St. Corner. Auck.

Caterpillar sells its specially designed armoured bulldozers and earthmoving equipment to Israel where it is used illegally in occupied Palestine to kill people( like Rachel Corrie in March 2003), destroy homes, build roads and construct settlements and the evil Aparthied Wall - all considered war crimes under the Geneva Convention.

Israel should not be there nor should Caterpillar allow its equipment to used illegally.

Afterwards join in the monthly rally --NOTE-- now at Q.E.11 Square.

Note change of venue.

Q.E.11 SQUARE (at the HARBOUR END of Queen St.Auck.)

2pm Sat. 7th MAY 2005

The 4th Year of the second Intifada.....

Rally for Justice and Peace in Palestine.

based on the:

1. End to Israeli Occupation

2. Right of Return to Palestinian Refugees

3. Sharing Jerusalem

4. No Israeli Settlements in Occupied Palestine

Note change of venue.

Q.E.11 SQUARE (at the HARBOUR END of Queen St Auck.)

2pm Sat. 7th MAY 2005

Remember to check out our Palestine website.......

Its great,great,great........ http://www.palestine.org.nz

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