-- Sat 01/27/07: March with Adalah-NY

Jan. 27th - Anti-War March in D.C.

Adalah-NY: The Coalition for Justice in the Middle East,
Connecticut United for Peace (CTUP),
and the Coalition for Justice and Accountability (D.C.),
march together in a
Coalition for Justice in the Middle East: Iraq, Palestine, Lebanon
We demand:
US out of the Middle East
End Israeli Apartheid
Stop US Aid to Israel

Gather at 11:00 AM at 9th and O Streets NW for a 1.4 mile feeder march. You can also meet us before 1:00 at our meeting spot at the UFPJ Rally, 4th St and Constitution, NW.

Download Flyers Here: http://tinyurl.com/ybxnsl

 

Connecticut United for Peace (CTUP), The Coalition for Justice and Accountability (D.C.), and Adalah-NY: The Coalition for Justice in the Middle East are calling for a national contingent to march against the occupation of Iraq, against the occupation of Palestine, against the attacks on Lebanon, against attacks and other aggressions on Iran and Syria, and for justice in all of the Middle East. We need to come together and mobilize in a loud, visible presence that links these attacks and raises our demands for JUSTICE.

This past year saw a massive escalation in the destruction unleashed by the United States and Israel on the Middle East:

•This year marked 655,000 Iraqis and over 3,000 US soldiers killed since the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
•More than 600 Palestinians and 1,200 Lebanese killed by Israeli forces.
•A US veto against a United Nations Security Council resolution requiring Israel to cease its attacks.
•Billions of dollars in US aid given to
Israel, including an emergency bomb shipment.
•Sanctions against the Palestinian Authority that have impoverished millions of Palestinians, especially in
Gaza.

Israel has finally admitted to being the only country in the Middle East with a nuclear arsenal. Moreover, Bush has proposed a major escalation in Iraq and implied possible war on Iran and Syria.

Clearly, Israeli aggression is supported by the
US, and is closely tied to the illegal occupation of Iraq and larger U.S. strategies for regional hegemony. The anti-war movement must make these connections apparent if peace and justice is ever to be brought to the region and to the world.

We invite everyone who wants a
Middle East
free of injustices and oppression to march with us on Jan 27th.

 

NEW YORK CITY BUS TICKETS - $35
Buy tickets online ($1.50 charge): http://www.adalahny.org/

 

Or:

 

Queens Bus
Location – 73rd and Broadway in Jackson Heights
Time -
5:00 AM
To buy tickets email [email protected]

Manhattan Bus
Location - 42nd Street between 6th and 7th Avenue
Time -
5:00 AM
To buy tickets email [email protected] and [email protected]

IN WASHINGTON, DC

-Gather at 11:00 AM at 9th and O Streets, NW (Yellow Line: Mt Vernon Square/Convention Center at 7th and M Sts, or Green Line: Shaw/Howard University at 8th and R Sts)

-March at 11:30 AM (1.4 miles) to our gathering point at the UFPJ rally at 4th St. and Constitution, NW (Yellow and Green line: Archives/Navy Memorial stop at 7th and Pennsylvania). You can also join us there.

 


-Connecticut: www.ctunitedforpeace.org, E-Mail - [email protected]

-New York: contact Adalah-NY at [email protected], or visit us on the web: www.adalahny.org

-Washington, D.C.: The Coalition for Justice and Accountability [email protected], voicemail: (888) 810-6202

TO DOWNLOAD A FLYER PLEASE VISIT: http://tinyurl.com/ybxnsl
BRING SIGNS, FLAGS,
AND KEFFIYEH’S!

Adalah-NY : The Coalition for Justice in the
Middle East demands an immediate, unconditional, and permanent end to U.S. and Israeli aggression in the Middle East. The coalition includes: Action Wednesdays Against the War, American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee - NY, Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Campaign, International Socialist Organization, International Solidarity Movement – NYC, Jews Against the Occupation – NYC, National Council of Arab-Americans – NYC, Network of Arab-American Professionals of NY-PC, Socialist Action, Solidarity, Queens Anti-War Committee, WESPAC Foundation

Event Date: 

Saturday, January 27, 2007 - 8:00am to 11:00pm

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