Major Protest Against Gaza Assault
Rally & March in Washington, D.C.
Friday, January 2 at 3:30 pm
Rally at the Israeli Embassy - 3514 International Dr, NW
(Van Ness metro on the Red line; near Connecticut & Van Ness)
Followed by march ending at the Egyptian Embassy
3521 International Ct, NW
Yesterday, over 5,000 protesters in Washington, D.C.
marched from the State Department to the White House.
Yesterday, tens of thousands of people took to the streets in scores of cities across the country and around the world demanding an immediate end to the bombing of Gaza. In Washington D.C., 5,000 people gathered at the State Department and marched to the White House. Those taking to the streets included many children, teenagers and young adults. As the nighttime march entered the White House grounds, it took over and filled all of Pennsylvania Avenue with young people raising Palestinian flags at the White House fence. For a report on other demonstrations that happened all across the country, please visit the ANSWER Coalition website (see below).
The massacre of the Palestinian people continues. Nearly 400 Palestinians have been murdered. Israel has rejected any ceasefire, and the Egyptian government continues to block Palestinians who are trying to cross the border to escape the massive bombing campaign.
The ANSWER Coalition, Muslim American Society Freedom and the National Council of Arab Americans are calling for all progressive people to come out for a large-scale demonstration at the Israeli Embassy on Friday, January 2 at 3:30 pm. We will then march to the Egyptian Embassy.
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Read a report on demonstrations that were held all across the country.
To read a full report on the many demonstrations that were held in scores of cities across the country yesterday, Dec. 30, visit www.answercoalition.org.