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Protests against boycott of Palestinian Authority

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Please join us with simultaneous protests against boycott of elected Palestinian Authority

Saturday evening June 3 at 7.00pm, a coalition of Israeli peace groups and movements will hold a protest march and rally at Tel-Aviv.

We will protest against the boycott of the Palestinian elected authority, against the siege and starvation of the Palestinian people, for negotiations without preconditions - to sum it up: against the occupation.

Former Minister Shulamit Aloni will be among the speakers, and simultaneously a demonstration will be held in Ramallah, where Palestinian political movements will express solidarity with the Tel-Aviv demonstration.

This action precedes our demo at the entrance to Nablus that will be held June 10, where we will come with a food and medicines convoy for the Palestinians, in which people worldwide participate with donations.

But, you could do more:

Does your government also boycott the elected Palestinian Authority?

Then, why not somewhere in the week between June 3-10, simultaneously organize a protest calling upon your government to respect the result of the Palestinian elections, and not put sanctions on the new Palestinian Authority before it even got the chance to do something wrong.

Please, inform us of what you can put together at such short notice and we will include it in further reporting.


Israeli organizing groups:
coalition of women for peace, gush shalom,
ta'ayush, hadash, balad, icahd, aic,
coalition of students, artists without walls,
bat shalom , banki, yesh gvul


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For information, write to info@gush-shalom.org
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