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Walls Make Good Ghettos - Demo. to Stop the Wall!

Walls Make Good Ghettos - Demonstration to Stop the Wall!


Demonstration to Stop the Wall!

[Tulkarem Region, West Bank] Palestinians from 10 villages in the Tulkarem region will be joined by dozens of internationals from the International Solidarity Movement to stop the work on a section of the Separation Wall that, when completed, will totally isolate 3 villages: Baqa Sharqiya, Nazlit Issa, and Nazli Abu-Nar, from the rest of the West Bank, trapping over 6,000 Palestinians between a maximum security (electrified) fence and the Green Line.

In the Tulkarem area alone the construction of the Separation Wall has isolated 47,000 dunams (4 dunams

The International Solidarity Movement's Freedom Summer Palestine Campaign will focus on the Israeli occupation policy of denying Palestinians the freedom of movement, a basic right guaranteed to all people under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Palestinian civilians are forbidden to leave their towns and villages without special permission from the Israeli military. Roadblocks, checkpoints and now, the construction of the Separation Wall, have ghettoized Palestinian Bantustans. Palestinians and internationals will campaign to highlight the oppressiveness of Israeli occupation policies and bring to light the fact that, despite all the talks of a "Road Map", facts on the ground continue to be created to entrench the occupation, and Palestinian human rights continue to be violated.

For a map of the wall in this region, please see:

DATE: Thursday July 3, 2003 TIME: 11AM (Meet at 10:30 at the Municipality) PLACE: Baqa Sharqiya (Tulkarem Region)


For more information: Arabic: 055 474 066 and 059 836 783 English: 067 361 708 or 064 309 753

For more information on the Freedom Summer Campaign, contact: Huwaida: 067-473-308 Ghassan: 052-595-319 ISM Office: 02-277-4602

INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY MOVEMENT FREEDOM SUMMER PALESTINE 2003! July 1 - August 15, 2003 For more information about the campaign, eye-witness reports and information on how to join us, please see our website:

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