EMERGENCY DEMONSTRATION FOR RAFAH – MONDAY 27th MAY – 5PM -Piccadilly Gardens

Just this evening, dozens more Palestinians have been murdered in Rafah by the Zionist regime which has been bombarding them in the tents relentlessly with airstrike after airstrike. The numbers of martyrs are increasing each minute.

No one can unsee the latest scenes from Rafah. The beheaded babies, the burning bodies, the smoke coming out of crumbling tents, the screams of displaced people, are all scenes that will haunt the world forever. There are no limits to Zionist cruelty, massacring Palestinians in the place they falsely presented as a “safe zone”.

If it was not enough that Palestinians in Gaza are being starved, suffocated and slaughtered, that Palestinians are being detained, brutalised and tortured, that they have been subjected to ceaseless airstrikes for almost 8 months; the Zionist regime has made it clearer than ever that their sole and exclusive aim is to ethnically cleanse Palestinians and wipe them off the face of this Earth.

If there was ever a time for urgency, it is now. An emergency demonstration for Rafah will take place (Monday 27th May) starting at 5pm – Piccadilly Gardens.

We must not, cannot and will not rest until this brutality ends, until the Zionist regime is dismantled and Palestine is free. Join us tomorrow, Monday 27th May at 5pm, Piccadilly Gardens.

Ceasefire In Gaza Now


Wednesday 29 May 2024 – 4.30 to 5.30pm    Oldham Peace Gardens, 5 Union Street, Oldham OL1 1HA

Our regular weekly protests continue.  Always good to welcome people into the group – come when you can .  Great if you can bring a message, flags, banners, a song or poem but most importantly just bring yourselves and your determination to join together to demand Peace and Justice for Palestine and an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

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Stop Gaza genocide. Boycott Israel.

All out in Manchester on Saturday 25th May. Stop Gaza genocide. Boycott Israel. Take action! 12pm, St. Peter’s Square

It has been too many months of Palestinian bloodshed. In addition to the continuing horrific atrocities people in Gaza are suffering under relentless Israeli bombing, blockade and massacres, this morning the Israei army raided Jenin refugee camp in the West Bank yet again, killing 7 people so far.

This attack on Palestinian lives for over 76 years, escalating in the genocide in Gaza at the moment, would not have been possible without the British establishment, as well as the private corporations operating right here on our doorstep.

Our solidarity is hollow if it does not mean taking action after action to disrupt and create material change, and cut the chain of murder stretching from Britain to Palestine. Whether a worker, a student, an artist, a caregiver, a scholar, or anything else, you have responsibility and you have power.

Join our demonstration on Saturday to learn about the actions we take here in Manchester against genocide profiteers and to take to the streets again reaffirming our unwavering support for the Palestinian people. Meeting at 12pm, St. Peter’s Square