Fri12152017

Last update03:16:03 PM GMT

Font Size

Layout

Settings
Back Events Lobby of Parliament for Palestine: 27 November 2002

Lobby of Parliament for Palestine: 27 November 2002

  • PDF
Share/Save/Bookmark
Called by CAABU, the Association of Palestinian Communities and PSC.
Supported by UNISON, Muslim Association of Britain, Friends of Al-Aqsa,
Campaign Against the Arms Trade, War on Want
27th November 2002
Lobby of Parliament
UN International Day of Solidarity with Palestine
Called by CAABU, the Association of Palestinian Communities and PSC.
Supported by UNISON, Muslim Association of Britain, Friends of Al-Aqsa,
Campaign Against the Arms Trade, War on Want

We need as large a turnout as possible on the day to send a clear and
effective message to MPs. The lobby is taking place to mark the UN
International Day of Solidarity with Palestine, and is a vital
opportunity for people to speak face to face with their MPs.


Followed by a public meeting, 7pm, Committee Room 11, House of Commons.
Speakers include: Farid Jaber, Co-director of Alternative Information
Centre, Beit Sahour; Afif Safieh, Palestinian General Delegate; Ann Clwyd
MP; Richard Burden MP; John Austin MP; Tal Matalon, Israeli high school
student refusing to serve in the occupied territories; Azzam Tamimi,
Muslim Association of Britain.
Organised by Palestine Solidarity Campaign

For further details: 020 7700 6192/www.palestinecampaign.org


Saturday 30 November
International Conference on Sanctions and Divestment
What Future for Palestine?
Campaigning Against the Bush/Sharon vision for the Middle East
10.30-5, Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1
Speakers include Ronnie Kasrils, South African government minister and
former anti-apartheid activist; Dr Mustafa Barghouti, head of health,
development, information and policy institute, Ramallah; Dr Ilan Pappe,
Israeli academic; Shaher Sae\'d, Gen Sec Palestinian General Federation of
Trade Unions
Organised by Palestine Solidarity Campaign.

Don't be a Silent Victim

silent-victimHave you been verbally abused, harassed, discriminated against or even violently attacked because you are Muslim? Have you been mistreated by the police or security services or a victim of anti-terror laws? Click here to report your incident to us in confidence and, if you wish, anonymously.