Monday, July 18, 2005

Here We Come

Look guys, it's really looking like it' s going to go down to the wire. Here is one of the biggest moments for the protest (Of the disengagement from Gush Katif) that there's been so far.

Protestors Around the World to Join Netivot Marchers
16:52 Jul 18, '05 / 11 Tammuz 5765By Hillel Fendel

At least 24 rallies against Prime Minister Sharon's expulsion plan will be held around the world tomorrow. The Tel Aviv rally has been canceled, so as not to clash with the mass march to Gush Katif.

The Alliance for Eretz Yisrael is organizing the worldwide effort. The Alliance describes itself as a "worldwide coalition of concerned organizations and prominent individuals working to stop the dismemberment of the Land of Israel and the surrender of Israel’s government to Islamic terrorism."

Rallies will be held almost simultaneously in Washington, D.C., Chicago, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Paris, Melbourne, Montreal, Miami, Los Angeles, Denver, Philadelphia and many other places. For a full list, and information on each rally, see "http://www.telavivrally.com/who.php"In New York City, the anti-disengagement rally will be held on Tuesday at Times Square from noon until 2 PM .

The protest will feature Chief Rabbi of Efrat Shlomo Riskin, Jewish Gaza leader Rachel Saperstein, Israeli MKs Benny Elon and Aryeh Eldad, New York State Assemblyman Dov Hikind, ZOA President Morton A. Klein, and other rabbis and leaders. Hassidic music stars Mordechai Ben-David and Avraham Fried will sing for the crowd.

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