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Palestinian Land Day Demonstrations Against Wall


Palestinian Land Day Demonstrations Against The Wall

Wednesday, 30 March, 2005, Palestinians, Israelis and Internationals will demonstrate, commemorating Palestinian Land Day throughout the West Bank.

These events will focus on Israel's Wall being built within the West bank, creating isolated enclaves, and separating villages from their agricultural land.

In the village of Bil'in, where the building of the Wall and the new settlement of Menorah has resulted in the loss of more then half the village's land, there will be a march beginning at the Mosque and moving to the site of construction.

The neighboring village of Safa, will also march to the construction site, meeting with the demonstration from Bil'in.

This event is the national demonstration called for by the Palestinian Popular Committee Against the Wall. --Bil'in Mosque 11.00am speeches 12.00pm march to the construction site Mohammad Al Khatib 0545851893

--Safa Mosque 11.00am gather 12.00pm march to the construction site

In Beit Hanina Al Balad (Old City), there will be a demonstration protesting the ghettoization of the West Bank as a result of the Wall. --Beit Hanina Old City Village Center 2.00 pm demonstration Khaled Odetalalah 0522257130

In the Salfit region, women will march to the sewage dumping site from the Emmanuel settlement, which is located in the Wadi Kanaa natural researve. --Wadi Kanaa (Salfit) 11.00am Um Milad 0547514783

In Bethlehem, people will gather at the old Governor's building and march to Aida refugee camp and one of the sites of the Wall. --Bethlehem Old Governor's Building 12.00pm

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