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Gaza Protest March Through Nottingham to Market Sq : Pix 2

Tash [alan lodge] | 19.01.2009 17:10 | Anti-militarism | Palestine | Terror War

On Saturday 17th January people began meeting at 10.30 am on the Forest Recreation Ground.

On Saturday 17th January people began meeting at 10.30 am on the Forest Recreation Ground.

Nottingham Stop the War Coalition has called a Protest Demonstration through Nottingham. The march was supported by all the Nottingham Mosques.
Assembled with banners, placards, several coffins carried by local children behind a hearse, a couple of thousand marched down the Mansfield Road into the Market Square for a rally in the Market Square. Speakers included Alan Sipson MP, Nottingham City Council Labour Counsellors and others.


Called by Nottingham Stop the War Coalition, Nottingham Mosques and supported by many groups. On Friday 16th January from 5.30pm onwards, there was a Protest 'candle-lit' Vigil outside the Council House in the Old Market Square on Friday evening. people began to gather from 5:30pm, some coming straight from work. There were speakers, including Alan Simpson MP, Hicham Yezza from Nottingham University (recently wrongly imprisoned under the terrorism laws), Nottingham City Labour Counsellors and others.

Nottingham Gaza Protest 'candle-lit' Vigil

Please continue to support these efforts and also contact your Local MPs - phone, write and ask them what the are doing about the situation in Gaza.

Free Gaza Campaign

Nottingham Stop the War

Gaza Public Meeting at Bobbers Mill Community Centre, Nottingham

Nottingham's Gaza Emergency Protest: Pictures 1

Nottingham's Gaza Emergency Protest: Pictures 2


also ....

UK Feature: Yet again Israel massacres Gazan civilians - and yet again world leaders sit on the fence while people burn.

UK Feature: National Free Gaza demo 10.01.2009

UK Feature: Gaza: Stop The Genocide

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