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End the occcupation !

Every friday, silent vigil in protest against the occupation.


Time: Noon - 1 pm

Place:corner of Ste-Catherine St. and Mcgill College (metro Mcgill).

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"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil # 734, Marsh 6, 2015: The Israeli Consulate in Montreal and the Theme of Security

Invited to exhibit their short documentary as part of Art souterrain (Underground Art), three artists are calling for a boycott of the event due to the financial involvement of the Consulate General of Israel. They ask that their work, a short film, be removed from the exhibit selections. Mary Ellen Davis, Will Eizlini and José Garcia-Lozano, authors of the video, Un jour en Palestine ( One Day in Palestine) that is to be projected in the complex of Les Ailes, refuse to "coexist with activities funded by the government of Israel." They have renounced the fees they were to receive and say that they are acting in support of the call of Palestinians to support the international Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign (BDS) .

"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil # 733, February 27, 2015: Not a single indication that the exodus from Egypt, the basis of Jewish history, ever happened

Incredible as it sounds, four generations of devoted archaeologists, with a burning conviction and huge resources, did produce exactly: Nothing. From the beginning of the effort to this very day, not a single piece of evidence of the ancient history was found. Not a single indication that the exodus from Egypt, the basis of Jewish history, ever happened. Nor of the 40 years of wandering in the desert. No evidence of the conquest of Canaan, as described at length in the Book of Joshua

"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil # 732, February 20, 2015: SYRIZA and the Palestinian Struggle

There is a significant development taking place for the Palestinian cause in Europe, as the recent  win of  the Greek radical-left party SYRIZA (coalition of the radical left) in the coming elections will make  the European elite and international markets tremble and galvanize social movements against austerity across the continent, it may also turn out to become a huge blow for European support for the Zionist state of Israel.

"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil # 731, February 13, 2015: Calling on France’s Jews to move to Israel

By calling on France’s Jews to move to Israel, Netanyahu is promoting a worldview in which there is no national conflict, no occupation and no Palestinian people. There are only Jews and radical Muslims. Strange. The leader of a country that is constantly in a state of war, and that every few years actually goes to war, is imploring France’s Jews to leave their country in the wake of two terrorist attacks (one of which was not directed at a Jewish target), and move to Israel. No one doubts that French Jewish immigrants will be in much greater danger living in Israel. Perhaps our foreign minister would do well to update Netanyahu on the travel warnings issued fairly often for our country?

"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil # 730, February 6, 2015: Security Council's election message to Israelis: Keep ignoring the occupation

Israel and Washington blocked a UN Security Council resolution calling for the implementation of a negotiated two-state solution within a year. Abbas’s diplomatic efforts have hit a brick wall. Israel : Right now, the cost of change on the Palestinian front is enormous — incentives for it on the Israeli side are almost nonexistent. There is nothing more distant and abstract for the Israeli voter than the Palestinian issue. You hardly hear anything about it in these elections Things will remain this way after the Security Council vote.

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