Today in Princeton, A March for People of Gaza

Antisemitism is spreading, dependent on the same lies as the propaganda that preceeded the Shoah. These people are allowing genocide and murder to occur in full view of the UN, US, EU and free world because when Muslims kill Muslims or Christians or Jews or Hundus or Buddists; no one cares. These protests are now in the US and actually on every university campus.

I am asking everyone to join one or more of the many organizations featured on this website in order to act now to protect our people and our safety here and all over the world; before it is too late.

A March & Rally for the People of Gaza Sunday, August 17th, 2014

12:30pm-3:30pm Princeton, NJ

Meet at Albert Hinds Plaza
65 Witherspoon Street, in front of Princeton Public Library
March starts at 1:30pm Northwards up Nassau Street
Ending with Rally at 'Fountain of Freedom'
Woodrow Wilson Library, Princeton University

Confirmed speakers:
Norman Finkelstein, political scientist & author
Chris Hedges, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist
Shadee Elmasry, Director of Education, NBIC
Sherif Ibrahim, local activist

Invited speakers:
Cornel West, professor Amy Goodman, DemocracyNow! Tahani Salah, poet

Princeton for Palestine is a new group of local Princeton academics, students, activists and community members who have formed in response to the most recent atrocities committed on the people of Gaza by the state of Israel. With almost 2,000 dead, including almost 500 children, it is imperative for us to raise more awareness of the continued oppression of Palestinians.
Endorsing Organizations:
Princeton University Muslim Life Program, CODE PINK, ANSWER Coalition, Philadelphia Jews for a Just Peace, Christian-Jewish Alliance of Greater Philadelphia, CAIR-NJ, ISCJ,ICNA of Greater Philadelphia, New Brunswick Islamic Center (NBIC), Philadelphia Coalition for Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions against Israel, Central Jersey Coalition Against Endless War, Green Party of NJ,, Princeton Committee on Palestine

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