Bring a friend, bring several, bring your neighbourhood.. We want everybody to turn up and show their compassion and support not only for those killed and injured during the present Holocaust in Gaza but through out the occupied lands of Palestine/Israel.
Stop the massacre!
End the siege now!
No to Israel‘s war crimes!
Rally Sunday Jan 4
State Library of Victoria
Cnr Swanston St and La Trobe St, Melbourne
30th December Melbourne Rally on YouTube
Human Rights actions against the barbarism of the “Democratic State of Israel”.
A subdued, saddened but resolute gathering of approximately 3000 persons representing many of the different
cultures living together in our city, met at the State Library. A significant and satisfying turn out considering
the short time available to call all together.
After listening to a number of eloquent and moving speeches, the gathering marched to Federation Square
to hear more speeches and to call for an end to the Gaza atrocities and Israeli occupation of Palestine.
The people present were peaceful but vigorous and passionate in their message. There were many families to be seen.
It is wonderful to see the next generation picking up the cause and carrying it forward.
The large crowd at the rally prepares to march down Swanston St.
Updated 30.12.2008 @ 15:00.
Israeli air attacks on the Gaza Strip have killed more than 352 and wounded 1700 others.
Hundreds of Palestinians gathered in the devastated areas wandering the streets in search of medical attention which is sorely lacking from years of siege by Israel and embargoes from the international community.
JusticeforPalestine are calling for people to support the citizens of Gaza who have been subjected to another massacre by the occupying Israeli Occupation Force (IOF).
Tuesday December 30th, 17:00 (5:00PM)
Victorian State Library
Cnr La Trobe and Swanston St
On Saturday December 20, JusticeforPalestine held a pre-Christmas rally, to raise awareness of the situation that exists today in the birthplace of Jesus Christ. Bethlehem is not the peaceful place of Christmas carols, there is no peace for Palestinians who live under the control of the occupying Israeli military. The illegal wall that has split Jerusalem and Bethlehem brings no “Merry Christmas”, nor rejoicing to the inhabitants of the two cities.