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March Against the Wall in Al-Ram: "Let Us Learn"

March Against the Wall in Al-Ram: "Let Us Learn"

When: Monday September 13, at 12:00PM Where: Gather at the center of Al-Ram; then march to the Wall Who: Palestinians, Israelis and Internationals;

Central Committee Against the Apartheid Wall in Jerusalem:

Joined by: School children, members of the Knesset, Rabbis for Human Rights, Gush-Shalom, Ta'ayush, and others.

International Solidarity Movement Activists from Across the West Bank Will Join March

On Monday, September 13, under the slogan "Let Us Learn," men, women and children will join with their supporters from Israel, the West Bank and around the world to demonstrate against the Wall. The construction of the Wall has resumed and if completed will, among other human rights violations, cut children off from their schools. The Wall has been declared illegal by the International Court of Justice in The Hague.

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