Montreal response to Israeli aggression 24-30 July: Second Week of Action

Anonyme, Mercredi, Juillet 26, 2006 - 10:04

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+please distribute!+ In addition to fund-raising initiatives, petition drives, letter-writing campaigns, lobbying, media work, and coordinated help for people returning from Lebanon, three events are organised for this week in Montreal (please email us at if you are aware of other initiatives that you would like posted): * Take the message to Ottawa! Thursday, 27 July. Gather 8:30am 3300 Cremazie East (metro St. Michel). Human chain at Department of Foreign Affairs in Ottawa, coordinated with a call-in day Buses leave Montreal at 9am SHARP To reserve seats: 514 586 4415 or 514 222 0205 Called by: Tadamon!, Association des etudiants libanais musulmans, and the Al Hidaya Association.
* PAJU vigil at Israeli consulate Friday, 27 July, noon Corner of Peel and René-Levesque Contact: 514 961 3928 Called by: Palestinian and Jewish Unity (PAJU)
* Mass mobilisation Sunday, 30 July DETAILS TBA Called by: Coalition of Lebanese community associations with unions

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