30/03/14: SFP attend demonstration in front of the Rajabi House, Hebron

On the occasion of Land Day, 30 March, SFP Hebron attended a demonstration in front of the Rajabi House in Hebron. The Palestinian house was stolen by settlers. Last week the Zionist Court of Apartheid Israel ruled that the house belonged to the illegal settlers. Activists made it clear they would not accept the Court ruling and would affirm their right to their land and their homes.

For more information about the Rajabi House please click here for an article written by SFP Steering Committee member Badia Dwaik.

The action was to mark Land Day, a day commemorated every year on 30 March by Palestinians. Land Day marks the events in 1976 when Apartheid Israel confiscated over 60,000 dunums of Palestinians land in the Galilee area of Palestine. This sparked widespread popular resistance to the Occupation and a general strike that lasted 6 months. Many Palestinians were killed and attacked in the brutal crackdown by Apartheid Israel.

But as then, Palestinians today remain steadfast. SFP and activists affirmed their rights to take back their homes, raped and pillaged by illegal settlers sponsored by Apartheid Israel. SFP will continue its activities to reclaim homes, and support people in their resistance. We kindly ask for any donations you may be able to make to help us in our activities. Please click here to find out how to donate.

شارك نشطاء حركة التضامن من اجل فلسطين حرة

الاعتصام الذي نظمته لجنة الدفاع عن الخليل وبمشاركة الفاعليت الوطنية في ذكرى يوم الارض امام عمارة الرجبي التي اصدرت محكمة الاحتلال الصهيونية فتوى بملكية المستوطنين لها , وردد المعتصمون الشعارت التي تندد بالاحتلال وسياسته العنصرية

والت جاءت في تخليد ذكرى يوم الارض عندما قتل الاحتلال الصهيوني عام 30 -3-1976

بقتل وجرح العديد من الفلسطنين الذين تصودا لقرارات مصاردة اراضيهم من قبل الاحتلال

 

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