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Mobile vigil

PAJU will be leafleting and holding banners regarding BDS and Palestine at the street fairs in Montreal this summer. We will also be present for the parades of the Fête National, Canada Day and the Gay pride parade. We invite you to join us and take part in this important way to talk to the general population.

PAJU VIGIL, FRIDAY JUNE 30TH, WE MEET IN FRONT OF THE BEAUDRY METRO STATION, RUE STE-CATHERINE, FROM NOON TO 1 PM.

"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil # 855, June 30 2017: Rennes Students at Sciences Po protest for Palestine

Israeli Apartheid Week is an annual series of events that last year took place in more than 225 cities across the world to raise awareness about how Israel meets the UN definition of apartheid and to build support for the BDS movement. It has also faced attempts at repression in the UK. “In recent weeks, the embassy that Aliza Bin Noun runs increased the pressure on several universities in order to prevent the holding of events as part of Israeli Apartheid Week,” the students charge.


Lets get in action! Join mobile vigils

PAJU will be leafleting and holding banners regarding BDS and Palestine at the street fairs in Montreal this summer. We will also be present for the parades of the Fête National, Canada Day and the Gay pride parade. We invite you to join us and take part in this important way to talk to the general population.

NOTE THE TIMES ARE DIFFERENT ON FRIDAY & SATURDAY

_Friday June 23 – 12:00 -1300__ on Ste-Catherine St. in the Gay village corner Beaudry in front of the métro Beaudry.

Saturday June 24 Fête national parade– 12:00 -15:00 at St-Denis corner Mont-Royal. Important we need help to distribute the leaflet to those waiting to watch the parade.

"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil # 854, June 23 2017: Palestinian Girl laid to rest in her Hometown after being shot by Israeli Forces

JENIN -- Two days after Israeli forces fatally shot 16-year-old Nuf Uqab Abd al-Jabar Infiaat, the girl was laid to rest Saturday in her hometown of Yaabad, southwest of Jenin in the northern occupied West Bank.

Infiaat was shot and critically injured after she stabbed and lightly wounded an Israeli soldier at the entrance of an illegal Israeli settlement in the Jenin district, and succumbed to her wounds a day later.


"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil # 853, June 16 2017: Israel Tutors Its Children In Fear And Loathing

A display of Israeli-style community policing before an audience of hundreds of young schoolchildren was captured on video last week.

The video shows four officers staging a mock anti-terror operation in a park close to Tel Aviv. The team roar in on motorbikes, firing their rifles at the “terrorist”.

As he lies badly wounded, the officers empty their magazines into him from close range. In Israel it is known as “confirming the kill”.


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