National Day of Action for Gaza

07/28/2014 Jewssayno1402

NEW YORK, July 25. 2014 --Last night's rally sent a clear signal to Mayor de Blasio and the 12 members of the New York City Council that New Yorkers do not, repeat NOT support the massacre of 815 Palestinians, mostly civilians, including 200 children whose names were read out at the rally and repeated by the protesters; that New Yorkers do not, repeat NOT support the bombing of hospitals, UNRWA schools and mosques; and want the siege and blockade of the Gaza Strip, in effect for 7 years to end. which entail intolerable restrictions on trade and travel since Israel's forces guard the coastline, air space and crossings. The rally was organized by Adalah NY and co-sponsored by a mulitude of organizations including NYACT, New Yorkers Against the Cornell-Technion Partnership, which has won a bid to construct a spanking new campus on Roosevelt Island which will cost New York taxpayers $100 million.
Were we asked for our opinion? I don't think so. TECHNION designs military equipment and technologies used against Palestinians and others, giving Israel a vast tech superiority--however, their supposed precision bombing has been notoriously imprecise--or maybe it was intentional.

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