Commemorate Palestinian Land Day

29 mars 2012 | معتمد Boycott, Canada, Palestine, Quebec, Solidarity
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join the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions Global day of action on March 30th, 2012

    Friday March 30th
    12pm-2pm
    Westmount square, corner of Saint Catherine and Greene.
    (metro Atwater)
    Montreal, Quebec

photo ActiveStills Protest against the occupation, Nabi Saleh, Palestine, 20/1/2011

Here in Montreal people are invited to join Palestinian and Jewish Unity PAJU in rally outside of the Israeli consulate at noon on St Catherine and Greene.

First launched at the World Social Forum in 2009, the BDS Global Day of Action on 30 March coincides with Palestinian Land Day, initiated in 1976, when Israeli security forces shot and killed six Palestinian citizens of Israel and injured many in an attempt to crush popular protest against ongoing theft of Palestinian-owned land. Thirty-six years on, Israel continues to entrench its regime of occupation, colonization and apartheid and intensify its grave violations of the basic rights of Palestinians everywhere, whether those living under occupation, citizens of Israel, or the majority of the Palestinians, the refugees.

In the spirit of global solidarity and the fight against Israeli apartheid policies, a global day of action on land day has been called for from various fade union federations, and community groups.

For more information about the campaign for Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions against Israeli apartheid, visit: www.bdsmovement.net

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As it happens, the future of Arabs living in Cisjordan has been compromised due to their association with and participation in terrorists organizations. As soon as the US elections are over, the joint movement to repatriate ALL Arabs from Greater Israel to Saudi Arabia will begin in earnest. So what will the future of the palestinians once they officially reside in Saudi Arabia? Frankly, it is difficult to say. I think that one type of “apartheid” will be replace with another, as it happened in the Kingdom of Jordan on a Black September. Strange, but no country in the world, the Muslim world that is, wants to have palestinians within its borders. Now why is that? Why this discrimination by one’s brethren? Can anyone explain that?

تعليق Jayson Rex — 16 avril 2012 @ 12:10

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