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Paju's Vigil October 4 and 5, 2018 at the Cegep du Vieux Montréal

Vigil and Distribution of PAJU are this week on THURSDAY & FRIDAY:

IF IT RAINS, WE WILL DISTRIBUTE AT METRO BERRI-UQAM

"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil #920, September 28, 2018: Aziz Abu Sarah is a candidate for mayor of Jerusalem

Aziz Abu Sarah a Palestinian in occupied East Jerusalem is breaking boundaries, suing Israel in hopes of running for the seat of mayor.

While Palestinians in East Jerusalem can vote and run in the municipal elections, they are prohibited from voting in Israel's national elections.

Abu Sarah, a resident of the East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Wadi Joz, tells Al Jazeera that there was a "very low" chance that he would win the case in the High Court.

Paju's Vigil September 27 and 28, 2018 at the UNIVERSITY OF MONTREAL

Hi all,

The next Distributions of PAJU are on THURSDAY & FRIDAY:

"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil #919, September 21, 2018: News of the War Against Jeremy Corbyn

by Thierry Labica

In recent months, the intense war waged against the left-wing leadership of the British Labour Party over the last three years, has been on the anti-Semitism front, which Jeremy Corbyn is now supposed to have unleashed upon British society as a whole.

The three British Jewish newspapers, the Jewish Chronicle, the Jewish News and the Jewish Telegraph, published a joint editorial announcing that a government led by Jeremy Corbyn would represent nothing less than an existential threat to the Jews of Britain, meaning for all intent and purpose, that condemnation of the policy of the State of Israel invariably means hostility to Jews.

Paju's Vigil: Friday september 21, 2018 at the street fair on Ste-Catherine, corner of St-Urbain

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