Commemorating 2 Years

This Saturday, 22nd January, we will be holding a commemoration to remember the attack on Gaza two years ago.

This will be in the City Square from 11-3, with main speeches between 1 and 2.

This will also be our official launch of fundraising for a Scottish ship to take part in a flotilla to break the ongoing blockade. Please try and come and show your support.

Two days of activity in Dundee this week.

Friday, 21st, Pat’s art installation outside the Mosque in Brown Street, 12.30 – 2.30 p.m.
Also, Saturday, 11.00 – 3.00 p.m. “Gaza Commemoration – Gaza 2 Years on” and the launch of the Flotilla Fund. To Pat’s installation of shoes and coffins representing the 357 children killed by the Israeli Defence Force, he has added all the names of the children who perished.

At the Saturday event at 1.00 p.m. individuals who represent the broad support in Dundee for the Palestinian people have been invited to speak, including trade unionists, religious groups, Palestinian Student Groups, local politicians and anti-war activists, etc. Also there will be an open microphone session. Please try to come along and show your support.

FROM FIFE SPSC:

Meeting Friends’ Meeting House 2 howard Place St Andrews 6.30 Thursday January 20th All welcome

Thursday’s meeting should be a good one and we have a very full programme.

We have three guest speakers – Sofiah Macleod has recently returned from an SPSC delegation trip to Bethlehem over Christmas and will tell us of her experiences – with pictures.

Rafiq and Rami – two students from Nablus – are coming to the end of their stay in Dundee as part of the twinning arrangement between the two cities. They will tell us about their experiences in Scotland and their visit to one of the committees of the Parliament, as well as their experiences of studying at home. They will be happy to take questions.

Members of Fife Arab Society will also attend – and will bring along refreshments! Anybody else who would like to bring along some food to share will receive many accolades!

There will also, obviously, be an update on forthcoming events and how we can all be involved.

Look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on Thursday

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