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Palestinian Solidarity In Regina

Banner drops, large turnouts at rallies.

by Daniel Johnson

Pictures by Ali Al-Qaysi
Pictures by Ali Al-Qaysi
Pictures by Ali Al-Qaysi
Pictures by Ali Al-Qaysi
Pictures by Ali Al-Qaysi
Pictures by Ali Al-Qaysi
Pictures by Ali Al-Qaysi
Pictures by Ali Al-Qaysi
End Israeli War Crimes Banner at Sask Dr. and Albert in Regina, photo by Anonymous
End Israeli War Crimes Banner at Sask Dr. and Albert in Regina, photo by Anonymous

On Wednesday July 30,  Regina saw it's 4th rally for Palestine since the beginning of the Israeli bombing campaign, this time at the Saskatchewan Legislature. As usual, the turnout was in the hundreds. Media took little notice, and have continued giving more air time for the pro-Israel side of the issue that appears to have little or no public support than to the vocal numbers who have taken the side of the Palestinians. 

There have also been occasional banner drops and an ongoing information leaflet campaign in the city. 

 


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