Join us protesting Iraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when he comes to Washington, DC
Nearly 30 community groups come together to call for “No US tax dollars to Israel”
(WASHINGTON DC 11/02/2015) – An unprecedented coalition of 29 faith-based Palestine solidarity groups as well as peace and justice organizations are planning a rally and protest from 5-8 p.m., Monday, Nov. 9, 2015 outside the National Building Museum, where the American Enterprise Institute will be honoring Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The groups will be forwarding one main message: “No US tax dollars to Israel,” as a way to protest American financial, political and diplomatic support for Israel despite its continual violations of international and American laws. The coalition calls for an end to US military aid to Israel until it complies with international law and end its occupation of Palestinian lands.
WHAT: Rally and protest
WHEN: 5-8 p.m., Monday, Nov. 9, 2015
WHERE: Outside National Building Museum, 600 Block of 401 F. St. NW, Washington DC,
Sponsoring organizations include: American Muslims for Palestine; American University Students for Justice in Palestine SJP; Code Pink; DC Chapter of Veterans for Peace; Disciples Justice Action Network, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia; DMV Students for Justice in Palestine Coalition; Friends of Sabeel North America; George Mason University Students Against Israeli Apartheid (SAIA), George Washington University SJP, Georgetown SJP, Islamic Circle of North America, Jewish Voice for Peace — DC Metro Chapter; Johns Hopkins SJP, Kairos USA; Nonviolence International; Norcal Friends of Sabeel; Palestinian Christian Alliance for Peace; Peace Action Montgomery; Peace House; Popular Resistance, RootsAction.org; Sabeel DC Metro; United Church of Christ Palestine-Israel Network; University of Maryland College Park SJP; US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation; US Palestinian Community Network DC; WarIsACrime.org; Washington Interfaith Alliance for Middle East Peace; World Beyond War; ICNA Council for Social Justice.