Friday, 25 March
Istituto Grenoble (via Francesco Crispi 86, NA)
Following the dissolution of the Collectif Palestine Vaincra (CPV) by the French government, all those committed to supporting the tireless and heroic Palestinian resistance unite to denounce this repressive action and to support the French comrades.
According to the government of Emanuel Macron and his interior minister Gerard Darmanin, the collective is accused of “inciting hatred, violence and discrimination”.
The CPV is a collective that has organized concrete and generous solidarity support to the cause of the Palestinian people in France for several years. As a result, Zionist forces have repeatedly pressured the government to suppress their actions.
These pressures, unfortunately, have led to the banning of the CPV. At the same time, the French government continues to refuse to release the Lebanese prisoner Georges Ibrahim Abdallah, in prison in France for over 37 years for having been a pro-Palestinian fighter.
With the dissolution of the Collectif Palestine Vaincra, an authoritarian measure and detrimental to the most basic freedoms of opinion and expression, the aim is to attack organizers that has been supporting the Palestinian resistance for years, especially with its solidarity campaigns with prisoners.
At the same time that Israel is intensifying its colonial and apartheid policies with murders and indiscriminate arrests, this attempt is being made to criminalize and intimidate the entire movement in solidarity with the anti-colonial and anti-racist struggle of the Palestinian people, in France and internationally.
In this context, we believe that a collective, political and public response is more necessary than ever, starting with the denunciation of this repressive climate.