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Equal Rights & Justice for Palestine

US Embassy and Oxford St, London.Sat 4 Nov 2017



 THe UK is cleebrating the Balfour declaration, but it should be apologising for what was a shameful interference

 by a then major power anxious to consolidate its interests in the area.

 The declaration plays lipservice to the interests of the Palestinians, but this has never been taken seriously

 and no Palestinians were consulted during the drawing up of the declaration - for which the UK government

 apologised in 1939 - presumably because that then suited our interests.

 

 'Free Palestine'

 

 

 '#Stop Arming Israel'

 A red canopy above the speakers bathed them in red light making colour photography more or less impossible

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Labour veteran Walter Wolfgang

 

 

 

 
     
 

 Jennifer Louise Tonge, Baroness Tonge

 

 

 Sally Hunt UCU

 

 

 Hugh Lanning

 

 

 

THe marchers line up behind the main banner 'Justice Now - Make it Right for Palestine'

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