No to Walls and Checkpoints
Yes to Negotiations ؟
No to Unilateral "Convergence"
Jerusalem Open to All Her Residents
A Joint March of Palestinians and Israelis
Saturday, May 13th, 11AM
In contrast to the Israeli government's assertion that "there is no partner", and its program for unilateral annexation, the residents of Ar-Ram continue their joint activities with Israelis, against the occupation and for a peace that is just for both peoples. This march is the first in a series of actions by a coalition of Israelis and Palestinians together with the residents of Ar-Ram.
The Wall, which bisects the main street of Ar-Ram, has critically damaged the life of the residents. It has divided families, stopped workers from reaching their workplace and cut off teachers and students from their schools; in fact, three schools have already been forced to close.
The Wall has turned a thriving urban center into a jail.
The march, with the participation of schoolchildren, teachers, neighborhood residents and supporters will start at the center of A-Ram in the direction of the Ar-Ram checkpoint.
Tel Aviv- Arlozorov Train Station 09 :15 Sheli 0544547989
Haifa- Solel Bone- 08 :00 Yana 0508575729
Jerusalem- Bell؟s Park 10 :00, French Hill Commercial Center 10 :15 khulood 0547469738
Bat Shalom * Gush Shalom * The Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions* The Alternative Information Center* Mahsom Watch* Women؟s Coalition for Peace* Taayush* Yesh Gvul
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