Solidarity Voku for Stop Gaza Starvation – Urgent Aid to Gaza

Thursday 25 April 2024, Solidarity Voku for Stop Gaza Starvation – Urgent Aid to Gaza . Food served from 7pm, no reservation.

In the face of the genocide war waged by Israeli occupation in Gaza and the ethnic cleansing campaign in West Bank, where the Palestinian people are besieged that threatens their very existence, the Union of Agricultural Work Committees in Palestine is launching an international relief campaign. This initiative is a clarion call to the global community, an urgent plea for solidarity to provide tens of thousands affected by bombardment and destruction with food, water, and the essentials of life, ensuring their resilience and continuity despite the harshness of the occupier’s crimes.
This campaign is more than a gesture of aid; it is a stand against the erasure of a people, a testament to the belief that the dignity and lives of Palestinians are as sacred as any on this planet. We reach out to the world’s free spirits to echo the voices of the afflicted and convey a message of unity and support, to affirm they are not alone in this struggle.
The Palestinian people endure an unprecedented injustice and look to the world’s defenders of freedom to stand with them. This is a message of liberty and human dignity that must resonate across the globe.
As we, the Union of Agricultural Work Committees, spearhead this international campaign, we are joined by a coalition of partners and allies worldwide. Their engagement in this campaign amplifies our call, aiming to turn the tide of suffering into a wave of support. You can consult here the actions carried out with the donations received: Campaign report 27/12
The use of starvation by the Israeli occupation as a weapon in its deplorable warfare against 2.3 million Palestinians is an affront to humanity, demanding global action to expose and hold accountable those responsible.
Together, we strive for liberty and sovereignty, for a future where the children of Palestine can live with the same prospects and peace afforded to children around the world.  […Lees verder]