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Stop the massacre in Gaza: Protest 6 January Wgtn

Stop the massacre in Gaza: Protest 6 January and other events in Wellington

The Wellington Palestine Group has organized the following events in Wellington to protest the Israeli massacre of Palestinians currently taking place in Gaza.

Please forward this information to your networks and come to the events with banners, placards and huge amounts of solidarity for the Palestinian people who continue to suffer under a brutal Israeli Military Occupation.

INFORMATION STALL & VIGIL
Wednesday 31 December 2008
12 midday – 5.00pm
Cuba Mall (Manner St End, outside Westpac Trust Bank)

INFORMATION STALL & VIGIL
Saturday 3 January 2009
11:00am – 4:00pm
Cuba Mall (Manners St End, outside Westpac Trust Bank)

PROTEST MARCH
Tuesday 6 January 2009
12:30pm – 1:30pm
Meet at Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade
195 Lambton Quay, Wellington (cnr. Panama St)

ENDS

http://wellingtonpalestinegroup.blogspot.com/

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