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The Wall Must Fall! Demonstration schedule

The Wall Must Fall! Demonstration schedule

Please join advocates of freedom, justice and peace in protesting the Wall of Apartheid tomorrow, February 23 in one of the following locations in Occupied Palestine:


Location: Meet at Bethlehem University. March to Rachel's Tomb Time: 11am Contact: -George: +972-54-351-339 -Dr. Jad Ishak: +972-52-579-410


Location: Meet at the center of Jenin in front of the PGFTU (Palestinian General Federation of Trade Union) building Time: 10am Contact: -Yousef: +972-59-358-055


2 Locations: Abu Dis - Al Quds University US Consulate, Nablus Road Time: 11:30 am (gathering) Contact: -Dr. Ismael: +972-52-270-294 -Bahiya: +972-67-907-492


Location: To Huwwara Checkpoint - Meet in the center of Nablus Time: 11am. Contact: -Qusay: +972-59-776-162 -Ziad: +972-59-385-885


Location: Center of town to the southern Wall (near the military gate) Time: Noon (after 5 minutes of silence and reading from the Quran in the mosques) Contact: -Mohammad: +972- 54.379.876 -Mohammad: +972-59.321.447


Location: Meet at the Budrus schoolyard. Time: 10:30am. Contact: -Ayed: +972-67 924 952 -S'ra: +972-67 862 226


Women's demonstration Location: Mas'ha Contact: -Fatima: +972-67-514-783


Location: Deir Al Ghosoon Time: 11:00 am Contact: -Abdelkarim: +972-59-836-783 -Flo: +972-64-309-753

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