The participants in The Global March to Jerusalem assert the following:
International Committee of the Global March towards Jerusalem
On 30 March 2012, from all continents we will converge and gather along the Palestinian borders with Jordan, Egypt, Syria and Lebanon, with the participation of delegations joining us from every country in the world in a peaceful march towards Palestine.
It has been two week since the declaration of the hunger strike by the prisoners of our people. This strike is set to protest the detention in the most despicable conditions possible. The time to establish a decisive stance of support has come. The time to regain the issue of the Palestinian prisoners' movement to the top priority of the struggle of the Palestinian people has come.
Anti-imperialist Camp
The Egyptian army is trying to prevent the Gaza march, which had been planned by Egyptian grassroot organisations. The activistis were not allowed to cross the Suez channel. One day before is start the Egyptian Ministry of the Interior had called to cancel this action. As under Mubarak, the Ministry based its call on reasons of national security.
Anti-imperialist Camp
The Egyptian “Co-ordinating committee to support the Palestinian Intifada”, a broad coalition emerging from the democratic movement, has called for a march into Gaza for May 15. The mobilisation is challenging the military regime’s announcement to open the Rafah crossing at least for passenger traffic. But so far some ten days have passed without any significant change in the border regime.
Salmond's positions in sharp contrast to the London Government, which attacked and invaded Iraq and Afghanistan and endorsed every Israeli crime - supports BDS
by Wilhelm Langthaler
Sayed Rian is a mechanical engineer and militant of the anti-Zionist organisation within the territory occupied in 1948 which today forms Israel. We met him in Cairo to where he travelled like us to explore the Egyptian popular movement which brought down Mubarak.
The Israeli occupation courts have, once again, extended the isolation of Ahmad Sa'adat. On May 3, 2011, at a hearing in Beersheba prison, the court issued an extended isolation order until November 3, 2011. Ahmad Sa'adat, General Secretary of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and Palestinian national leader, has been held in isolation since March 19, 2009 - for over two full years, over 775 days.
"The idea that you can colonize is not new, but the idea in the XXI century that you can maintain this colonization by openly maintaining a racist state, should not be acceptable"
Wilhelm Langthaler
Ali Abunimah, Ilan Pappé and Sophia Deeg
End of November 2010 a historic conference under the slogan “Separated in the past – together in the future” took place in Stuttgart, Germany. As the last years saw increasing difficulties to rent representative venues for pro-Palestinians events the organizers moved to a secure hall in the periphery which was completely overcrowded with some 200 participants. There were rumors that the organizers had to refuse another 200 applicants.


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