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Friday, December 11, 2009

New York demonstration against 'settlement freeze'

This is unusual. The pro-Israel crowd is going to be demonstrating outside the Israeli consulate in New York on Sunday (Hat Tip: Ted Belman).
will lead a demonstration on

Sunday, Dec. 13, 2009,
from 11AM-12 noon,
Israeli Consulate, 42nd Street and Second Ave, NYC.

People of conscience will gather to protest against the immoral, illegal, discriminatory construction freeze in Judea and Samaria, ordered by PM Bibi Netanyahu.

Participants will carry menorahs to signify that on this second day of Chanukah, the warmth and courage of the Chanukah lights will melt the freeze.

Signs will read:
"Let My People Grow",
"End the Freeze of Appeasement",
"Likud - Honor Your Mandate to Preserve the Land of Israel",
"Bibi - You were elected to save Israel, not sell it out."

Speakers will be grass roots activists following the cry of Judah Maccabee -

"All who are faithful follow me!"

Contact the AFSI office, 212-828-2424; 1-800-235-3658; afsi@rcn.com for additional information. www.afsi.org.
That should leave you all enough time to get home for candle lighting.


At 4:58 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

I told the Jerusalem Post I endorse civil disobedience. A law that discriminates against some is not a law deserving "absolute obedience." Good to see Jews coming out to demonstrate against the Israeli government's "evil decree." Let's hope it gets repealed soon.


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