The ongoing violence in the Middle East has sparked international condemnation protests all around the world. Demonstrations took place in many U.S. cities, including Washington. Americans, Palestinians and even Israeli citizens went into the streets to say no to violence.
Baltimore Stages Rally in Solidarity with Gazans
On Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2008, Human Rights activists, in Baltimore, MD, staged a demonstration in solidarity with the beleaguered Palestinian people of Israeli-Occupied Gaza. The rally took place at the Memorial Plaza, opposite City Hall.
Tuesday, Dec. 30th was declared a “National Day of Action: Stop the Massacre of the Palestinians,” with protest rallies taking place across the United States. http://answer.pephost.org/site/News2?…
For the latest updates on this critical Human Rights matter, please see:
http://justiceandaccountability.org/H… and http://www.endtheoccupation.org/
Protest in Iceland against the Israeli attack on Gaza
Few hundred people protested today in Reykjavik, against the Israeli attack on the Palestinians in Gaza.
Few made speeches and then they went to the USA embassy to protest there.
More civilian casualties in Gaza amid raids + Funerals for five Palestinians in Gaza
Jewish Peace News: More information about Gaza and actions you can take
Americans Should Act to End Violence Against Gaza By Jeremy R. Hammond
Israeli Navy attacks and wounds Dignity in International Waters + videos
Israel to fight Hamas to the end + Israel rejects truce; ready to fight for “weeks” + IAF uses new US-supplied smart bomb
Protesters speak out against Gaza raids
Israeli Troops and Armor massed at Gaza border! Protests Worldwide!
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