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Info about four upcoming Palestinian solidarity panels in southern Ontario, in London, Toronto (two events) and Hamilton. In Montreal, there
will be an English-language panel on Monday (F3) and a French-language panel at the Universite du Quebec a Montreal (UQAM) on Friday (F7). The
latter panel will be in room AM-O50 on the main campus. -- Jaggi

more info,

International Solidarity Movement -- krystalline


===> SUNDAY, February 9, 7pm, LONDON (ONTARIO)

Leila Khaled Mouammar & Jaggi Singh
speaking event in London, Ontario, Canada

Date: Sun. Feb. 9, 2003
Time : 7:30 PM
Place : The Lounge at King's College,
University of Western Ontario

Leila Khaled Mouammar is member of Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights (SPHR-Montreal) and a doctoral student at Concordia University. She worked with UNICEF in the refugee camps of Lebanon. She is facing expulsion from
Concordia for her involvement in the anti-Netanyahu protests last September 9, 2002.

Jaggi Singh was a volunteer with the International Solidarity Movement (ISM), who worked and reported in the West Bank in December 2002/January 2003. He is a member of the No One Is Illegal campaign and the Anti-Capitalist Convergence (CLAC). Jaggi has recently been banned from Concordia University for five years, by decree of the Rector, for his involvement in the anti-Netanyahu protests last September.

King's College
266 Epworth Av
London, Ontario
N6A 2M3
Toll Free: 800-265-4406

Co-hosted by the Centre for Baalqisian Studies, Oxfam, UWO, Arab Student
Association, UWO and the Canadian Palestinian Association, London, Ont.

For more information contact : Tel: (519) 679-8018
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===> MONDAY, February 10, 4:30 pm, YORK UNIVERSITY (TORONTO)

OCCUPATION AND RESISTANCE:
A Discussion on Palestine and the International Solidarity Movement

Monday, February 10, 2003 - 4:30 pm
Stedman Hall "D", York University
(Just North of the Student Centre)

Speakers Include:

JAGGI SINGH - Jaggi recently travelled to Palestine to participate in the
International Solidarity Movement's non-violent direct action campaign against the Israeli occupation. Jaggi also works with the No One is
Illegal campaign in Montreal and he was recently banned from Concordia University for five years for participating in the September 9th protest
against Benjamin Netanyahu.

LEILA KHALED MOUMMAR - Leila is member of Solidarity for Palestinian Human
Rights-Montreal, and has worked with UNICEF in the refugee camps of Lebanon. Leila is facing expulsion from Concordia University for her
participation in the protest against Benjamin Netanyahu on September 9th, 2002.

The International Solidarity Movement (ISM)

The ISM is a Palestinian-led movement of Palestinian and International
activists working to raise awareness of the struggle for Palestinian freedom and an end to Israeli occupation. The ISM utilizes nonviolent,
direct-action methods of resistance to confront and challenge illegal Israeli occupation forces and policies.

Due to the lack of respect for Palestinian human rights and human life by the Israeli government and occupation forces, an international presence is needed to support Palestinian nonviolent resistance. Palestinian activists
trying to work or protest alone face harsh punishment from Israeli forces.

This has included beatings, long-term arrests, serious injury and even death. International activists are thus a resource for Palestinians, both in terms of their presence and as witnesses to the daily humiliation and injustice of the Israeli occupation.

Come to the event to hear more! And check out:
http://www.palsolidarity.org/

THIS EVENT IS FREE
FOR MORE INFO CONTACT: jkvegan@hotmail.com

Sponsors: CUPE 3903, Solidarity For Palestinian Human Rights-York, New Socialist Group-York (more to be added shortly)
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===> TUESDAY, February 11, 7pm, TORONTO

Occupied Palestine: Eyewitness Accounts

Medical Sciences Building, Room 2172
1 King's College Circle
(College & Queen's Park, near Queen's Park Subway Station) University of Toronto

Tuesday February 11, 2003
7:00 pm

Come and hear firsthand accounts on the situation in the occupied Palestinian territories from activists and volunteers

Speakers:

Leila Khaled Mouammar, member of Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights (SPHR-Montreal), who worked with UNICEF in the refugee camps of Lebanon

Jaggi Singh, volunteer with the International Solidarity Movement (ISM),who worked and reported in the West Bank in December 2002/January
2003

Linda Tabar, student at University of London (UK), worked in Jenin in the West Bank and returned December 2002

Sponsored by the New Socialist Group, the Arab Students Association-UToronto, the Canadian Arab Federation- Toronto Chapter,
al-Awda Palestinian Right of Return Coalition, and the Coalition for a Just Peace in Israel/Palestine
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===> WEDNESDAY, February 12, 4:30pm, HAMILTON

Debunking Myths:
Israel and Palestine

Jaggi Singh,
Activist and Journalist, recently back from a mission to Palestine with
the International Solidarity Movement

Leila Khaled Mouammar,
Ph.D Candidate at Concordia University and Palestinian human rights
activist

Max Silverman,
Chair of Toronto Jewish Youth Against the Occupation

Wednesday February 12, 2003
McMaster University Students' Centre Rm 319
4:30 pm

info: rahmans@mcmaster.ca

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