Al Quds Day 2013

Al Quds Day 2013

Details for Al Quds Day 2013:

Date: Friday 02 August 2013
Time: 3.00pm – 7.00pm
Assembly Point: Portland Place (near BBC Radio just off Duchess Street)
End/rally location: Grosvenor Square
Nearest train/tube: Regents Park (Bakerloo), Great Portland Street (Metropolitan), Euston Square (Metropolitan) & Euston Station (Northern, London Overground and National Rail)

Join the annual Al Quds Day Demonstration organised by the Quds Committee this year on Friday 02 August 2013.  As usual, this will be a major national event with thousands of people coming from all over the country to show their solidarity with the people of Palestine and oppressed people everywhere.

The theme this year will be the liberation of Palestine.  The day is not exclusive to Palestine, but rather global oppression will be remembered through the symbolic prism of the Palestinian struggle against the Zionist occupying regime.

Find report, photos, videos and other resources from previous Al Quds Demonstrations here

Support Al Quds Day by doing the following:

  • Distribute leaflets and posters (available from IHRC) in your local mosque and Islamic Centres 
  • Make announcements in your local Mosque and Islamic Centre for the Al Quds Day Demonstration
  • Volunteer on Al Quds Day        

For more information on any of the above, please contact or call the Events Team on 020 8904 4222 (Ext 1011)

Supporting Organizations for the Al Quds Day 2013 Demonstration include:

  • Ahlulbayt Islamic Mission
  • Friends of Al Aqsa
  • Friends of Lebanon
  • Innovative Minds
  • Islamic Centre of England
  • Islamic Human Rights Commission
  • Islamic Students Association
  • Jews for Boycotting Israeli Goods
  • Lebanese Community UK
  • Muslim Association of Britain
  • Muslim Council of Britain
  • Muslim Directory
  • Neturei Karta International
  • Scottish PSC
  • Sons of Malcolm
  • Passion Islam
  • Stop the War Coalition
  • UKIM


For more information, please contact the office on +44 2089044222 or 

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