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Tulkarem Program of Non Violent Resistance

Tulkarem Program of Non Violent Resistance
For Immediate Release
Sun July 3 2005

This week the residents of Tul Karem will be joined by Israeli and International activists in a series of non violent actions against the wall and occupation as part of Freedom summer 2005.

Monday July 4th :

* 5-7 pm protest in Faroun village in solidarity with Palestinians whose homes are under threat of demolition.

Tuesday July 5th :

* March towards the Israeli chemical factories built on stolen land within Tul Karem municipal boundaries, west of Tul Karem. These factories contaminate the air and water in ways that are illegal within Israel. They now have their own security fence that annexes yet more land.

Gathering near the municipality at 11am.

Wednesday July 6th:

* Demonstration in Bet Lid village against stealing Palestinian lands and settlement expansion at 11am.

Thursday July 7th:

* Protest in Nazlat Essa village at the check point, against the wall and isolation of houses beyond it at 11am.

* 5pm solidarity visit, meetings with local people of Saida village because of several army invasions of the village.

Friday July 8th:

* Roadblock removal in Saffareen and Shufa villages after Friday prayer.

* March in solidarity with Refugees rights and the right of return.

Saturday July 9th:

* Protest at Jabara check point against checkpoints, Annexation Wall, tunnel construction, isolation of Jabara village, and reminding the world of the decision of the International Court of Justice one year ago

The above program is endorsed by:

The governor and mayor of Tulkarem

National and Islamic Committee

International Solidarity Movement

National Committee against the Wall


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