Please join us at both of these two important demonstrations for Palestine today!
Friday, 29 April
Friday, 29 April
365 5th Avenue
On International Day of Quds, people of conscience gather to express solidarity with all the oppressed human beings of the world and particularly the innocent civilians of Palestine who are victimized by the oppressive and racist Zionist regime.
We invite all peace loving people to voice their opposition to the unjust and illegal occupation of the great Al-Aqsa Mosque and the usurpation of the Holy Land by the Zionist regime.
We, the citizens of the United States reserve the right to boycott any and all parties involved in practicing racist, discriminatory, and oppressive policies.
Stand with us! Stand for your rights!
We will rally at Herald Square where our speakers will shed lights on the atrocities being committed by the Zionist state on the oppressed people of Palestine.
– International Action Center
– Workers World Party
– Samidoun: Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network
– Neturei Karta
– Jafria Association of North America
– Muslims United for Justice
– United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC)
– With Our Lifetime
– BDS App
NOTE: “Muslim Congress and its AlQuds subcommittees in respective cities have no affiliation with any foreign entity.
Funds for Al-Quds events are generated by local community organizers who strongly believe in exercising their legal right to protest against oppression.
EMERGENCY RALLY Friday April 29th at 5:30 PM in front of CUNY Grad center.
Any CUNY orgs that would like to endorse please DM us ASAP!
The @cunychancellor recently announced he is currently on a political normalizing junket trip with 10 deans and presidents of CUNY. The statement posted on April 26th reads “Tonight I will lead a delegation of CUNY college presidents and deans to Israel to participate in a weeklong tour of the country’s cities, historic sites, and higher education institutions.”
Not only are they breaking boycott and normalizing by visiting the zionist state, they are doing this on Eid, as if to celebrate the suffering of the Palestinian people who are forced to celebrate Eid under occupation. Furthermore, this comes after multiple Zionist attacks on Al-Aqsa, dozens of Palestinians killed, and hundreds injured and jailed in just the last few weeks alone.