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Israel: 60 Years of Shame?

July 2, 2012

Friday, June 27. 2008
Israel: 60 Years of Shame
Join the 29th of June Day of Action:

On Sunday, the 29th of June, the Zionists and advocates of Israel in the UK are celebrating the 60th anniversary of the creation of Israel (i.e. the Palestinian Nakba) in central London with a huge parade followed by a festival at Trafalgar Square.
The Palestinian Forum in Britain (PFB), the British Muslim Initiative (BMI), Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC), Palestine Twinning Network, NUS Black Students Campaign (NUS-BSC), Action Palestine, FOSIS and other organisations will be holding a number of activities on the day to protest against this shameless dancing on Palestinian graves. The main two are:

1. Israel: 60 Years of Shame bus tour in London

Three double-decker buses will drive around central London, covered with banners highlighting the 60 years of Nakba and Israel’s record of shame and crimes against the Palestinians from 1948 up to date.

Join the buses and say it loud and clear to Israel and its supporters ‘SHAME ON YOU!’

Buses will leave from Malet Street at 11:00 am (Nearest Tube stations are Russell Square, Goodge Street, Euston and Euston Square). Please be there on time.

Location Map

2. ‘Shame on You’ Vigil next to Trafalgar Square

A vigil will take place from 2:30 pm outside the South African House. This is the first building overlooking Trafalgar Square on the Strand.

Location Map

Join us there and let us say it all together:

‘ISRAEL, SHAME ON YOU’
PALESTINE, OUR HEARTS ARE WITH YOU’
and
‘PALESTINIAN REFUGEES, SOONER OR LATER, YOU WILL RETURN!’

Friends of Al-Aqsa is a UK based non-profit making NGO concerned with defending the human rights of Palestinians and protecting the sacred al-Aqsa Sanctuary in Jerusalem. This vision is supported by various international groups and organisations. Friends of Al-Aqsa was first established in 1997 and now has an international support base.

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