The Coalition for Palestinian Rights (CPR)

A Minnesota based Palestinian Solidarity Coalition

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The World Says No to Israeli Occupation

Posted by Administrator on June 2, 2007

People around the world are joining together in a global Day of Action as The World Says No to Israeli Occupation to protest the 40th anniversary of Israel’s illegal military occupation of the  Palestinian West Bank, Gaza Strip, East Jerusalem, and Syrian Golan Heights

 Wednesday, June 6—5:00~6:00pm

Join together and say NO to the occupations of Iraq and Palestine.

Please bring signs to the Marshall Ave-Lake St. Bridge

Friday, June 8 (and every Friday)–4:15~5:30 pm

Vigil to end the occupation of Palestine

Snelling & Summit Avenues, St Paul

Please bring signs

Friday, June 8 — 6:00~8:00 pm   Join us after the vigil!

Life Under Occupation: Reflections on Palestine

A participatory event with Middle Eastern food and opportunities to  hear firsthand accounts about life under occupation. Meet with local activists who are trying to bring peace with justise to Palestine and Israel. 

Special performance by “Voice” .  Muslim, Christian, and Hindu musicians with a message of hope, peace, and understanding.

Macalester-Plymouth church, Macalester St & Lincoln Ave., St. Paul

 

Saturday, June 9 — Coffee 9:30am, program 10:00~11:30

Israel’s Occupation: Isn’t 40 Years Enough?

Exploration of the four decades since the June 1967 war will compare the Jewish and Palestinian narratives.

Bethlehem Lutheran church, 41st & Lyndale S., Minneapolis

Sponsored by the Palestine Solidarity Project

Co-Sponsors include WAMM Mideast Committee and Middle East Peace Now.

Numerous endorsers include Churches for Middle East Peace, Fellowship of Reconciliation, and the Coalition fo Palestinian Rights (CPR)

All events are free and open to the public

Info: 651-696-1642

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