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by Debby Lerman
Tuesday, Oct. 02, 2001 at 6:01 AM
This is a call for solidarity vigils on October 5th. The group calling for this is The Coalition of Women for Peace, an Israeli/Palestinian womens' organization working for peaceful solutions to the conflict.
From: "Debby Lerman" email@example.com>
Subject: Mass vigil of Women in Black - Friday October 5.
Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2001 23:53:20 +0100
The Coaliton of Women for Peace invites you to join the mass vigil of
Women in Black - Israel that will take place at the Megiddo Junction on
Friday, October 5. The vigil will be the closing event of Bat Shalom's
Sukkat Hashalom that includes 3 days of dialogue, political education and
discussions scheduled about: "One Year of Intifadah, One Moment Before War:
Women Offer Alternatives".
This event is organized by Jewish and Palestinian women in the north of
Israel who have been active together for many years in the movement to end
the occupation and for a just political solution to the Israeli Palestinian
On or about that day, women and men from all over the world are planning to
hold their own vigils and demonstrations against the danger of war as well
as solidarity vigils with our initiative. WIB in San Francisco will
organize a solidarity vigil with the vigil in Israel. Other WIB groups
around the world are already involved in many actions that protest and
condemn the danger of war. The Marche des Femmes Mondiale based in Quebec
will hold a vigil on October 5 in Montreal against the threat of war,
violence and poverty. They have also called their international network to
act at the same day as part of an international initiative of women against
We call on the Women in Black network and other peace networks to join
this international initiative to create a coordinated
effort of protest and call for peace.
Coalition of Women for Peace
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