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Paju's Vigil: NO vigil AUGUST 3RD AND 4TH

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This week August 3 & 4 - no distribution PAJU : - HOLIDAY

"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil #911, July 27, 2018: Speaker at Israeli gov’t conference promotes genocide against Arabs and non-Jews

A week ago, the Israeli Ministry of Education held a conference in Jerusalem for the state’s religious education sector (Ynet reports, Hebrew, English here).

Education Minister Naftali Bennett was also present.

The theme was “speaking about the values of the Jewish family in 2018, about education to healthy sexuality, modesty, feminism, values and Zionism.”


Paju's Vigil: Friday July 27 and 28, 2018 at the street fair on Ste-Catherine, corner of St-Urbain

Hello everyone,

PAJU leafleting and vigil at the same place as last week where we distributed about 2000 leaflets.

*FRIDAY July 27 from 12:00 to 13:00 at the festival Just pour Rire at the corner of Ste-Catherine and St-Urbain (metro Place-des-Arts or metro St-Laurent)

*SATURDAY July 28 from 13:00 to 15:00 at the festival Just pour Rire at the corner of Ste-Catherine and St-Urbain (metro Place-des-Arts or metro St-Laurent)

Paju's Vigil: Friday July 20 and 21, 2018 at the street fair on Ste-Catherine, corner of St-Urbain

Hello everyone,

PAJU leafleting and vigi this week:

*FRIDAY July 20 from 12:00 to 13:00 at the festival Just pour Rire at the corner of Ste-Catherine and St-Urbain (metro Place-des-Arts or metro St-Laurent)

*SATURDAY July 21 from 13:00 to 15:00 at the festival Just pour Rire at the corner of Ste-Catherine and St-Urbain (metro Place-des-Arts or metro St-Laurent)

"End the occupation !" PAJU Vigil #910, July 20, 2018: Finding the truth amid Israel’s lies

Ilan Pappe

Great sadness and suffering flooded the roads – convoy upon convoy of refugees making their way to the Lebanese border. They leave the villages of their homeland and the homeland of their ancestors and move to an alien, unknown new land, full of troubles. Women, children, babies, donkeys – everyone is on the move, quietly and sadly, to the north, without looking left or right.


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