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PAJU's vigil January 19 2018: Campaign to support Ahed Tamimi!

PAJU is participating in the campaign to free Ahed Tamimi.

We will distribute a new leaflet focused on Tamimi and the struggle of her village at the McGill metro Friday, January 19 from noon to 2 pm.

RV outside the turnstiles (guichets) two thirds of the way direction west.

Join us.

Fred Jones

"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil # 884, January 19, 2018: Ahed Tamimi, a symbol of Palestinian resistance!

A 16 year old Palestinian girl, Ahed Tamimi, has become a symbol of Palestinian resistance.

SIGN the Petition for her liberation from a military jail in Israel where she is since her arrest December 19th 2017 https://secure.avaaz.org/campaign/fr/free_ahed_mor_fb1

Signatures coming from the entire planet : Friday 12 /01/18 Estimated at 315000

Ahed Tamimi has not become a symbol of Palestinian resistance this winter. She was already a resistant before the video where she is seen hitting two Israeli soldiers. On 19 December, the soldiers arrested her at 4 in the morning,forcing her to leave her room with pink walls covered with old sponge Bob stickers.

PAJU's vigil: Campaign to support Ahed Tamimi

PAJU will participate in the campaign to defend Ahed Tamimi.

We will distribute a new leaflet focused on Ahed Tamimi at the Berri-UQAM metro Friday ,January 12 from noon to 2 pm.

RV outside the turnstiles (guichets) in the direction of the Ste-Catherine exit.

Join us.

Fred Jones

"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil # 883, January 12, 2018: Why Israel Fears Ahed Tamimi!

By Marion Kawas

The narrative of Ahed Tamimi, who has recently become the face of Palestinian child prisoners, reached a new low on the first day of 2018; Israel insisted that they will be charging the teenager and given the record of “Israeli justice”, that means she will almost certainly serve jail time. Ahed’s fate is the same as that of all the young Palestinian detainees, born into occupation and tyranny, having lived through a “butchered childhood”.

The story of Ahed reminds me of the young girl, perhaps 12 or 13, who narrated a lot of the movie “Jenin, Jenin” and faces the camera at the end of the movie to tell us in the most chilling terms, that she plans to fight for her people and will never forget nor surrender. She also adds: “I saw dead bodies, I saw houses destroyed, I saw sights which cannot be described…and now, after they ruined all my dreams and hopes-I have no life left!” That sequence of the movie has stayed with me since I first saw it in 2003.

"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil # 882, January 5, 2018: Tens Of Thousands of Migrants Threatened With Expulsion From Israel

Israel announced on Wednesday the launch of a program to force nearly 40,000 irregular migrants to choose between deportation and incarceration.

Speaking at the beginning of a cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomed the implementation of the project "to remove migrants who have entered illegally". They have until the end of March to leave Israel, otherwise they will be imprisoned for an indefinite period.

According to figures from the Ministry of the Interior, 38,000 people are affected, the majority of whom are Eritreans and Sudanese. Migrants who agree to leave will be given a plane ticket and the equivalent of $ 4500 CAD.

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