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The Wall Must Fall! Demonstration schedule


The Wall Must Fall! Demonstration schedule

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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:

BETHLEHEM

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

JENIN

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

JERUSALEM

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

NABLUS

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

QALQILIA

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

RAMALLAH - BUDRUS

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

SALFIT

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

TULKAREM

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

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