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Women Against The Occupation Welcome To Join!


All Women Against The Occupation Welcome To Join!

Women’s Actions Against the Occupation in Various West Bank Cities

On Saturday July 10, 2004 mass women actions will be held in various cities of the West Bank protesting the oppressive policies of the Israeli Military Occupation.

In Ramallah, women will be mobilizing in solidarity with the political prisoners held illegally at the Ofer military base – a few kilometers southwest of the city of Ramallah -attempting to communicate with their husbands, sons, fathers and brothers, and calling for the immediate and unconditional release of all Palestinian political prisoners.

Meeting place will be the central mosque in Rafat at 11:00AM

Contact Huwaida at: +970-59-260-990 -------------------

In Ar-Ram, women will gather at the solidarity tent at the northern entrance to Jerusalem by 3:00pm. The women will march to the Ar-Ram main junction at which they with international and Israeli participation will carry out a silent vigil against the construction of the Israeli Apartheid Wall.

Contact Fadwa at: +972-52-263-3788 ------------------

In Tulkarem, men and women will gather at 11:00am for a march through the refugee camp to the UN center. They will carry keys from the homes they were expelled from in 1948, and pictures of loved ones who have been martyred or imprisoned by the Israeli occupation.

Contact Phyllis at: +972-67-834-954

In Jenin, at 11:00am, women will be mobilizing in solidarity with the political prisoners held illegally at the Salim military base – a few kilometers northwest of the city of Jenin – attempting to communicate with their husbands, sons, fathers and brothers, and calling for the immediate and unconditional release of all Palestinian political prisoners.

Meeting place will be the Women’s Union in Jenin at 10:00AM

Contact Randa at: +970-59-744037 or +972-67-715 968

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