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Big Demo Sat, 3.1. in Tel Aviv

Published: Fri 2 Jan 2009 04:15 PM
BIG DEMO Sat, 3.1. in Tel Aviv: STOP THE KILLING! NO TO THE SIEGE! YES TO LIFE FOR BOTH PEOPLES!
The killing in Gaza continues. Hundreds have been killed, thousands injured, air-strikes have caused utter devastation and entire families are left homeless.
Civilians in the south of Israel are being held captive by a government which lies to them and abuses them. Destruction and death in Gaza will not ensure their future, but rather lead to more violence and killings.
Join us in protest this coming Saturday, 3.1.2009, in Tel Aviv. Together we will call out:
Stop the Killing! No to the Siege! Yes to life for both peoples!
In these dark days, let us stick to our message:
Jews and Arabs refuse to be enemies!
Our demand: A full truce and the lifting of the siege on Gaza NOW!
We meet at the corner of Frishman St. and Khen Boulevard at 18:30
* Information about transportation from across the country will be published shortly.
Please note: For the past week mass arrests have been carried out amongst Palestinian citizens of Israel who are exercising their democratic right to protest. On Saturday, at 13:00, before the Tel Aviv demonstration, a mass protest rally will be held in Sakhnin by the High Committee of Arab Israelis against the killing in Gaza. Please make an effort to join – your presence is of the essence!
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For donations, crucial for our demonstration, please send checks made out to "Matte Hacoalitsia" at PO box 1335, Kfar Saba 44113
ENDS

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