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Boston Rally and March for Palestine, November 2 at 12pm (english)
24 Oct 2002
Modified: 26 Oct 2002
Saturday, November 2nd, 2002
Gather at Noon - Government Center, Boston
March at 1:00 PM
Rally and March with Us

on the 85th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, in which Britain, then the colonial ruler of Palestine, promised the Zionists a "home" on land owned by the indigenous Palestinian people.

Join Us As We Demand:

An end to the brutal Israeli occupation of Palestine.

Self-determination for the Palestinian people.

The right to return for all Palestinians.

A unified, democratic, secular Palestine.

A halt to all U.S. aid to Israel - military, political and economic.

"One Palestine, Free"
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Two States for Two Peoples (english)
26 Oct 2002
How about 2 states ? Remember that the brits held down both local Arab and Jewish people, both have aboriginal ties to the land, and both peoples are commited to peace. I think its time for the left to get real with this issue, and start being as sensitive to Jewish issues as they are to Arab.

By the way, I bet most American progressives would opt for Israel over her Neighbors if forced to choose a place to live. You see protests like the one you are planning are punishable by death under Arafat, Ill let you do your own homework on the others.