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Gush Shalom: Gaza Invasion Protest Calendar

Gaza invasion protest calendar


gush-shalom.org

--Demonstrations

June 28: Tel-Aviv (see www.gush-shalom.org)

June 30: Gaza border

July 1: Jerusalem

July 5: Tel-Aviv

Until here reported at http://archives.zinester.com/3465/99029.html

July 7: Haifa http://jacob-katriel.tripod.com/id19.html

July 8: Nazareth and Rahat

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3272692,00.html

--Appeals

July 7: Gush Shalom appeals to EU to break its silence

http://www.gush-shalom.org

July 8: Peace Now calls upon government to agree to ceasefire.

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3272692,00.html

--From Gaza

Mona El-Farra's blog

Sober notes - of a doctor, mother and activist working at Al Awda Hospital in Gaza City - on what goes on there every day

http://www.fromgaza.blogspot.com/

NB: of the international protests the following made special impression on the Israeli public

Author Mario Vargas Llosa: Ashamed to be Israel's friend

"[My] impression is that among military and security circles there is a lack of confidence in your new Defense Minister. He was soft and moderate during the election campaign, and it looks like the current activity of the IDF is being used by the army in order to test him and the new government, and push them to take more extreme measures in order to prevent any change of Israel's policy toward the Palestinians." http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/736233.html

What is Israel doing?

Call by 300 British Jews

http://www.jfjfp.org/indexfiles/Gaza%20ad_times.pdf

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