By Paul Roberts
On Wednesday President Obama made a nationally televised address to the US population to confirm the resumption of prolonged military activity in Iraq and its extension to Syria, albeit without the deployment of regular ground troops.
12-1.45pm – Cathedral Hall, Ambrosden Avenue, just off Victoria St
Lobby 2-4pm, Committee room 11, House of Commons, Parliament
The ceasefire deal agreed yesterday between Israel and the Palestinians represents a victory for the resistance movement. After 51 days of a relentless offensive Israel has had to stop its aggression and end its massacres and destruction in Gaza. This is a cause for celebration.
By Fiona Edwards
Saturday’s national demonstration against Israel’s assault on Gaza represented the biggest ever mobilisation for Palestine in British history. 150,000 people marched to demand an end to the massacre, an end to the siege and for the West to stop arming Israel.
Despite the declaration of a 72 hours ceasefire this morning Israel resumed its indiscriminate air strikes and shelling of Gaza and today killed dozens of Palestinians.
March to Westminster, for a rally starting at 2:30 – exact location to be confirmed.
By Tom O’Donnell
The horrific bombardment and invasion of Gaza have sparked a growing global solidarity movement with the beleaguered Palestinian struggle. The scale of the movement internationally can become a new factor in the situation. At the very least it is likely to increase the political price paid by Israel and its imperialist backers for their continued efforts to destroy all Palestinian resistance.
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