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Palestine Under the Stars

30 juillet 2014 | معتمد Boycott, Palestine, Tadamon!, Events, Politics, Repression

Outdoor film screening (and discussion) of Road Map to Apartheid at Cafe Touski

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    Thursday, August 7th
    7:30pm, Coop Café Touski
    2361 Ontario, East Montréal
    (facebook event)
    metro Frontenac

Join Tadamon! on Thursday August 7th for an outdoor screening of the 2012 film Roadmap to Apartheid, a documentary that compares State policies in South Africa and Israel. We will also have a moderated discussion about the origins of Israeli Apartheid, and how we can continue to express solidarity with Gaza through ongoing support of the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions movement.

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5 Broken Cameras: Film Screening

11 novembre 2012 | معتمد Boycott, Canada, Palestine, Tadamon!, Other, Solidarity

    a Cinema Politica Film Screening

Weekly protest in Bi'ilin

    Monday November 12, 2012
    Screening begins at 7pm
    Room H-110
    Concordia University
    1455 de Maisonneuve West
    Admission is free. Donations are welcome

Described as “part resistance journal, part home movie, and part memorial”, 5 Broken Cameras charts five years of popular resistance through the eyes of one family. Since 2005, the West Bank village of Bil’in has been struggling to defend its land and livelihood, staging weekly demonstrations against the construction of the apartheid wall and of illegal settlements on its agricultural lands.

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Montreal : Freedom for Political Prisoners Everywhere

12 août 2012 | معتمد Canada, Palestine, Tadamon!, Prisoners, Solidarity
    A street festival in Montreal in solidarity with political prisoners

    Sunday, August 12, 13h-18h
    Squarre Phillips, corner of St. Catherine and Union
    Montreal, Quebec
    facebook event

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Solidarity Statements from Bahrain

11 juin 2012 | معتمد Canada, Palestine, Quebec, Tadamon!, Solidarity
    solidarity texts from Bahrain for Montreal anti-Grand Prix solidarity rally

Photo: Protest in Bahrain against state repression toward pro-democracy movements.

Read solidarity statements from Bahrain sent to Montreal in the context of a solidarity protest organized in Montreal during the Grand Prix to highlight struggles for human rights, justice and dignity in Bahrain.

A solidarity rally in Montreal was called on 08/06/2012 to highlight ongoing state repression in Bahrain, targeting popular movements organizing against the dictatorship, repression that heighten repression against popular protests in the context of the recent F1 race in Bahrain.

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Resist the F1 and State Repression

4 juin 2012 | معتمد Canada, Quebec, Tadamon!, Events, Politics, Solidarity
    from Bahrain to Montréal – solidarity action !

    Friday June 8, 2012, 6pm
    Dorchester Square
    Peel and Rene Levesque
    métro Peel
    Montreal, Quebec
    facebook event

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Solidarity for Palestinian political prisoners

17 mai 2012 | معتمد Palestine, Tadamon!, Prisoners, Solidarity
    following the call by Palestinian Civil Society

    Free All Palestinian Political Prisoners !

On April 17, 2012, over 2,000 Palestinian prisoners launched an open-ended hunger strike that came to an end two days ago after some of their demands were met. Their strike was hit hard with retaliation from Israel Prison Services, including beatings, transferring from one prison to another, confiscation of salt (an act that could have severe health consequences for hunger strikers), denial of family and lawyer visits, and isolation and solitary confinement of hunger strikers. These are only some of the measures that the Israeli prison authorities use against political prisoners.

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Syria Solidarity Statement 03/2012

16 mars 2012 | معتمد Canada, Hezbollah, Syria, Tadamon!, Solidarity

Montreal, March 2012 | Statement supporting the Syrian movement for dignity and self-determination and opposing militarization of the struggle and foreign military intervention.

Photo: Syrian refugees protest during a demonstration against Bashar el-Assad at Reyhanli refugee camp in Antakya, on March 15, 2012.

The Syrian people continue to demand their rights and liberties and the end of the al-Assad regime. The Syrian state has responded with brutal repression.

Since the uprising began, the Syrian regime’s propaganda machine has labelled those calling for freedom and justice “criminals”, “terrorists” and religious fanatics. It has also claimed that they are foreign agents with a mission to install a puppet regime that would abandon regional resistance movements and sign a peace agreement with Israel.

In truth, Syrians are engaged in a legitimate struggle to change an untenable local reality: a brutal authoritarian state that has governed through intimidation, fear and repression for 40 years; a security apparatus that arrests and detains citizens arbitrarily and that subjects them to torture and other abuse with impunity; increasing impoverishment, unemployment, income and wealth disparity and uncertainty about the future due to neo-liberal economic policies in recent decades.

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Photos: Artists Against Apartheid 11/03/2012

12 mars 2012 | معتمد Palestine, Quebec, Tadamon!, Solidarity
    photo essay via Heri Rakotomalala

    Photo Ensemble Acalanto performs at Artists Against Apartheid.

View beautiful photographs from the eighteenth Artists Against Apartheid concert in Montreal via Heri Rakotomalala.

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Artists Against Apartheid XVIII

11 mars 2012 | معتمد Canada, Culture, Palestine, Tadamon!, Events, Solidarity
    featuring NYC hip-hop collective Rebel Diaz, at Israeli Apartheid Week 2012

    Sunday, March 11, 2012
    doors 20h, $10 in advance | $12 at door
    O Patro Vys
    356 avenue du Mont-Royal est
    Montreal, Quebec
    facebook event

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Solidarity with Palestinian Women!

9 mars 2012 | معتمد Canada, Tadamon!, Solidarity

Tadamon! statement by Freda Guttman for International Women’s Day protest.

    Photo: Palestinian women protest at border crossing in Rafah, Gaza Strip.

This International Women’s Day, we recognize the struggles of Palestinian women in their fight against an entrenched system of discrimination and segregation. Khitam Saafin, chair woman of the Union of Palestinian Women’s Committees describes the challenges that Palestinian women face.

“The first challenge is the occupation itself. The occupation is a crime as are its policies and strategies against our people – arresting of people, confiscation of land, taking of water sources, the checkpoints and other means of restricting our movement, the siege of Gaza – all these are considered to be crimes against humanity in violation of International laws. The burden of massive oppression in any society, as we know, falls on the shoulders of women.

The second challenge is the traditional society which is still considered an obstacle towards full equality, dealing with woman as equal people in Palestinian society. We know that this social challenge is a global challenge for women, even in countries which have secular or more equal laws, based on a historical discrimination against women.”

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