20 November, NYC: Protest to free Palestinian hunger strikers and stop HP

Monday, 20 November
5:00 pm
Best Buy – Union Square
52 E. 14th St, NYC
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/128374414544971/

Two Palestinian prisoners, Hamza Marwan Bouzia, 27, and Salah Khawaja, 50, remain on hunger strike in protest of their administrative detention, imprisonment without charge or trial, on 15 November.

Bouzia, 27, from Kifl Hares in Salfit, has been on hunger strike since 22 October demanding his release from administrative detention without charge or trial, while Khawaja, from Nil’in, is protesting the renewal of his administrative detention only one day before he was to be released. He launched his hunger strike on 13 November.

Bouzia and Khawaja are among over 450 Palestinians imprisoned without charge or trial under indefinitely renewable administrative detention orders. Many Palestinians have spent years at a time jaile under these orders, and ending administrative detention has been a demand of Palestinian hunger strikers continuously for years.

Stand with Bouzia and Khawaja to demand that Israel release them, 460 other administrative detainees and all 6,198 Palestinian political prisoners (addameer.org/statistics), and that Hewlett Packard companies end their contracts with Israeli prisons and detention centers, occupation and security forces, and checkpoints and settlements (investigate.afsc.org/company/hp-incinvestigate.afsc.org/company/hewlett-packard-enterprise,investigate.afsc.org/company/dxc-technology-company).

Help build a growing international campaign to boycott HP (bdsmovement.net/boycott-hp) over the companies’ support for Israeli crimes.

Support the Palestinian people, the Palestinian prisoners, the Palestinian Resistance, and the liberation of Palestine, from the river to the sea.