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Al-Quds Day 2010 - Annual Demonstration & Rally

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End the siege! End the occupation! End the Israeli apartheid!

The Annual Al-Quds Day Demonstration and Rally is confirmed to take place in London on Saturday 4th September 2010. This is a major national event with thousands of people coming from up and down the country in support of Palestine and the Palestinian people. Stand with us, united for the Palestinian cause!

For information on Al-Quds day, its philosophy, its history and more visit our Al-Quds Day resource page

End the Siege.
End the Oppression.
End the Israeli Apartheid.


Date: Saturday, 04 September 2010

Time: 2.00pm

Place: Assembling at Marble Arch (nearest tube station Marble Arch) and marching at 3pm to the US Embassy in Grosvenor Square for a rally).

Speakers Include:

SHEIKH BAHMANPOUR
Principal of Islamic College

DR. DAUD ABDULLAH

Director of Middle East Monitor

RABBI AHRON COHEN

Spokesman of Neturei Karta UK

YVONNE RIDLEY
Author & Broadcaster

TAJI MUSTAFA

Media Representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir

MASSOUD SHADJAREH
Chairman of Islamic Human Rights Commission


Supporting organisations include:
AhlulBayt Islamic Mission, AhlulBayt Societies, FOSIS, Friends of Al-Aqsa, Friends of Lebanon, Islamic Forum of Europe, Innovative Minds, Interpal, Islamic Centre of England, Islamic Human Rights Commission, Islamic Student Association UK, Lebanese Community UK, Muslim Association of Britain, Muslim Council of Britain, Neturei Karta UK, Palestine Return Centre and Stop the War Coalition.


Join us to protest for the rights of the oppressed in Palestine!

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