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Rafeef Ziadah with Phil Monsour : We Teach Life !

September 18th, 2016 | Posted in BDS, Canada, Culture, Palestine, Tadamon!, Solidarity

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Launch of Rafeef Ziadah’s latest album, We Teach Life, in Montreal
presented by Tadamon!

    Monday, September 26 at 8:30pm
    La Vitrola
    10$ – 15$ (no one turned away)
    4602 St. Laurent
    Montreal, Quebec
    facebook event

Join us for a powerful evening, of poetry and art featuring Rafeef Ziadeh and Phil Monsoor.

We Teach Life is an album rooted in the ongoing struggles of Palestinian liberation against Israeli colonialism, occupation and apartheid.

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Demonstration: Solidarity with Palestine in Three Letters: B. D. S.

August 9th, 2016 | Posted in BDS, Boycott, Palestine, Tadamon!, Imperialism, Solidarity

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    Friday, August 12th at 8pm
    Place Pasteur
    1430 Rue Saint-Denis
    (Metro Berri-UQAM)
    facebook event

For over 80 years and since the Arab revolt in Palestine in 1936, the Palestinian people have been struggling against the seizure of their land in a Zionist colonial project that began even before the British Mandate on Palestinian territory. Since the “Nakba” (Catastrophe) of 1948, the destruction, exploitation and control of Palestine by the State of Israel is one of the most recent cases of Western colonialism on indigenous lands.

Despite condemnation by the “international community” for its illegality, including by the United Nations, Israeli expansionism continues through the violent bombing of civilian neighbourhoods, the forced displacement of the Palestinian population, and ongoing detention, imprisonment and killings – thus making Israel an “eternal dissident” on human rights.

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Artists Against Apartheid ! 18/03/2016

March 12th, 2016 | Posted in Boycott, Canada, Culture, Tadamon!, Events, Solidarity
    taking place as part of Israeli Apartheid Week – Montréal 2016 !

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    Friday, March 18, 2016
    doors 7:30pm / show 8:30pm
    10$ (no one turned away)
    Café l’Artère, 7000 Av. du Parc
    facebook event
    Montréal, Québec

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Syria: Beyond and Behind the “Refugee Crisis”

November 5th, 2015 | Posted in Syria, Tadamon!, Events, Solidarity

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Friday, November 6th, at 3:30 pm
Madeleine Parent Room (203A), 2nd Floor
SSMU Building (3480 McTavish)
facebook event

In collaboration with QPIRG McGill

In recent months, coverage of Syria in much of the western mass media has been focused on the “refugee crisis”. Certainly, the movement of hundreds of thousands of people- most of them from Syria – to Europe is among the signal events of the human experience in the contemporary period. Yet, the media story of the Syrian refugee migrations is often seriously incomplete. It is often a story of how this population movement will affect conditions in western states – demographic, political, social, economic – and about how, why and whether western states can and should respond.

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47soul à Montréal

September 10th, 2015 | Posted in Culture, Palestine, Tadamon!, Events, Resistance

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    Friday, Sept. 25
    La Vitrola
    $15, 20h30
    4602 St. Laurent
    Montreal, Quebec
    (facebook event)

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Lens on Syria: the popular struggle in film and photo

August 17th, 2015 | Posted in Syria, Tadamon!, Events
    Feature Event: film screening of “Our Terrible Country
    Montreal premiere (Arabic with French subtitles) & discussion

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    Wednesday, 26 August 2015 @ 7PM
    Café Coop Touski (Terrace in the courtyard)
    2361 rue Ontario Est, Montréal
    No admission charge, but suggested contribution: $5.00.
    (In case of rain, the event is cancelled)
    (facebook event)

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Demonstration : Solidarity with Palestine, end colonial violence

August 7th, 2015 | Posted in Canada, Palestine, Tadamon!, Events, Solidarity

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    Saturday, August 8, 2015
    12h Israeli Consulate in Montreal
    1 Carré Westmount
    métro Atwater
    facebook event

In the wake of the brutal killing of 18 month of old Ali Dawabsheh, the Canadian Palestinian Foundation of Quebec (CPFQ) is calling a demonstration to condemn settler violence, the occupation and PA complicity.

On July 31st, Israeli settlers from Ma’ale Efraim firebombed the Dawabsheh family home in Douma and spray-painted nationalist and racist graffiti on a neighbouring home. This occurs against the backdrop of ongoing violence against Palestinian communities, including the torching of olive groves, damaging of civilian cars, attacks on Mosques, churches and religious institutions, as well as frequent physical assaults against Palestinian civilians.

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demonstration : solidarity with Gaza !

July 12th, 2015 | Posted in Palestine, Tadamon!, Events, Solidarity

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    wednesday, july 15
    18h métro mont-royal
    montréal, québec
    facebook event

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Artists Against Apartheid @ la passe

February 22nd, 2015 | Posted in Boycott, Canada, Palestine, Quebec, Tadamon!, Events, Solidarity

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    as part of Israeli Apartheid Week – Montréal 2015!

Mercredi 11 Mars, 20h30pm
La Passe – 1214 de la Montagne (événement facebook)
20h / 8$ suggérés, selon vos moyens

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Rejecting Canada’s complicity with Egypt’s authoritarian military government

February 19th, 2015 | Posted in Canada, Tadamon!, Egypt, Solidarity
    Tadamon! Montreal statement, Feb. 2015.

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A protester carrying a banner addressed to Mubarak: “The people want you to fall”. Photo by Hossam el-Hamalawy

Egypt’s 2011 popular uprising, against Hosni Mubarak’s authoritarian rule, is now being systematically overturned by the military-backed regime of Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, with the open complicity of western powers, including Canada’s Conservative government.

The spirit of Egypt’s globally celebrated revolution, defined by popular demands for “Bread, Freedom, and Social Justice,” chanted out by countless thousands on the streets braving police bullets just over four years ago, is under attack by an empowered army state, shaped by militarized neo-liberalism.

This political reality was made most evident in late January, with the deaths of multiple civilian demonstrators, shot by state police forces in broad daylight, killed during marches commemorating the martyrs of the January 25th “Day of Revolt” protests in 2011 that sparked the broader uprising that winter.

Thousands of political prisoners in Egypt remain behind bars without access to due process, many who are in critical health due to hunger strikes, all while Egyptian authorities continue to pass draconian legislation that violates fundamental human rights. And yet, Canada’s Conservative government provides ongoing political and economic complicity with al-Sisi’s military-backed regime.

This support must be challenged!

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