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Sunday, July 27, 2014

The Al Quds/ Gaza/ Palestine Rally in Toronto Canada

Dear all,
As you know, we are coming close to Eid Al Fiter ( End of Ramadan), our best wishes for peace and happiness for all of you, regardless of your faith.

It is very difficult to express happiness with Eid while our brothers and sisters, children and elders are slaughtered by common enemies.

Here  is a "Drone's"  View of our  rally yesterday in Toronto

In Solidarity for Justice and Peace, Ali Mallah

Over 20,000 Canadians belonging to 70 different Mosques, Churches, Synagogues and anti-war, civil and human rights organizations came together for the historic rally held in Queen's park Toronto on July 26, 2014.  The largest Al-Quds rally in the history of Toronto and North America included a significant number of Jewish organizations including "Not in our Name", "Neturei Karta", "Jews against Occupation" and "Independent Jewish Voices" as well as men, women and children from all faiths and walks of life.
The speakers and participants of the rally came to express their solidarity with the brutally oppressed people of occupied Palestine and to protest against the terrorist state of israel, whose Zionist settlers believe that they have a right to imprison, expel and massacre men, women and children to expand the illegal settlements and the occupation of the indigenous Palestinians.
The children of Toronto released balloons with the names of the children in Gaza who have been massacred in the recent indiscriminate onslaught against the civilian population. Many in the crowd broke down in tears when a young Palestinian girl read the names of some of the hundreds of children that have been found buried under the rubble of their schools and houses. The speakers and participants strongly denounced the support of Stephen Harper's government for the war crimes committed by the state of israel. They condemned the one-sided and unfair approach that does not represent the Canadian values or the opinion of the majority of the populace and vowed to change the political representatives that pander to the Zionist lobbyists.
The Al-Quds day rallies were held in over 800 cities in 45 countries and were attended by tens of millions of individuals who are committed to giving a voice to the voiceless population of the occupied Palestine. Every year, the support for Palestine grows and the apartheid state of israel is more isolated and exposed today than ever before. It is only a matter of time before it is forced to end the illegal occupation of Palestine.
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