Toulouse, France: Place Yitzhak Rabin sprayed with red paint on 27th anniversary of the Oslo Accords

The following report is republished from the French original at Collectif Palestine Vaincra, a member of the Samidoun Network based in Toulouse, France:

On 13 September 1993, the Oslo Accords were signed between Yitzhak Rabin and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) leadership. A betrayal of the historic demands of the Palestinian national movement, these agreements have resulted in even more Israeli crimes. On 13 September 2020, 27 years later, the plaque in tribute to the Israeli war criminal Yitzhak Rabin in the city center of Toulouse were found covered in red paint, a symbol of the blood of the Palestinian people spilled for the last 27 years.

Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network issued a statement on the 27th anniversary of the Oslo accords.

“The Palestinian people continue to resist colonization, occupation and oppression in all forms, and continue to stand on the front lines against imperialism, despite the devastating effects and the heavy weight of the Oslo project. On the 27th anniversary of the Oslo project, it remains the overarching framework for imperialist and Zionist division and control of Palestine and reactionary Arab regimes’ roadway to normalization. In order to march forward to the freedom of Palestinian prisoners, the return of Palestinian refugees and the liberation of Palestine from the river to the sea, the Oslo project must be decisively overthrown and rejected.”

Read the full statement: