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Transfer of medicines/money to Nablus

June 10 "convoy demonstration" postponed

Transfer of medicines/money for medicines to go through as planned

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The June 10 "convoy demonstration" of a coalition of peace groups at Nablus checkpoint had to be postponed, but the transfer of medicines/money for medicines will go through as planned.

As the Palestinian schools are busy holding examinations this month, our Palestinian partners requested to postpone the demonstration part - to avoid a possible curfew punishment on the nearby villages.

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(But also after this week donations are still welcome.)

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Billboard of international action against the sanctions and starvation policy

- at request of Israeli groups (more being added still)

http://www.geocities.com/toi_billboard/parallel_actions.htm

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