July 14 & 15: Urgent Emergency Protests for Gaza, Palestine!

Please join Al-Awda NY for the following two urgent protests for Gaza, Palestine – stand for Palestine as Israel’s bombs are dropping, killing over 172 Palestinians including dozens of children […]

Please join Al-Awda NY for the following two urgent protests for Gaza, Palestine – stand for Palestine as Israel’s bombs are dropping, killing over 172 Palestinians including dozens of children with US-made weaponry, and wounding well over 1200.  As occupation forces intensify their murderous attacks, we must be seen and heard and take action to end this onslaught.

MONDAY, JULY 14
9:30 AM
Protest Against NY City Council’s Press Conference “New York Stands With Israel”
New York City Hall – ON THE STREET FACING BROOKLYN BRIDGE NEAR 4/5TRAINS BROOKLYN BRIDGE/CITY HALL STOP
Gather at 9:30 AM!
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The New York City Council is planning a press conference on Monday titled “New York Stands With Israel.”

As we witness Israel’s continuous occupation and terrorism against innocent people in Palestine since 1948, and following the latest Israeli assaults and massacres against Palestinians in Gaza, New Yorkers refuse to have the city council speak on their behalf in supporting Israel’s atrocities in the past week where more than 156 of Palestinians were killed and thousands injured.

Please invite friends and family, share this event, and post about in social media with this hashtag: #NY4Palestine!

We are meeting in front of the City Hall. ON THE STREET FACING BROOKLYN BRIDGE NEAR 4/5TRAINS BROOKLYN BRIDGE/CITY HALL STOP The press conference is starting at 10am.

TUESDAY, JULY 15
NYC EMERGENCY PROTEST FOR PALESTINE
3:00 PM
47th St & 1st Avenue – United Nations Plaza, NYC
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RAIN OR SHINE!!! A protest against the Isreali government and against the killings of innocent Palestinian lives. If you believe in peace, love and equality for all humans, then join me and use your voice to speak for the oppressed people.