After the evacuation of Rafah, the Charente Palestine solidarity collective meets spontaneously in the streets of Angoulême

After the evacuation of Rafah, the Charente Palestine solidarity collective meets spontaneously in the streets of Angoulême
After the evacuation of Rafah, the Charente Palestine solidarity collective meets spontaneously in the streets of Angoulême

They raised the flags and demanded for the umpteenth time an end to “the genocide in Gaza”. On the Eperon roundabout, in Angoulême, around thirty demonstrators from the Charente Palestine Solidarity collective spontaneously gathered this Monday evening. “Invasion in Rafah, we will not be silent,” begins Isabelle Fouquay, the general secretary. “The invasion of the Rafah district motivated our visit. We all stopped our activities to raise our voices. We feared this terrible moment,” she laments.

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A spontaneous gathering

This Monday, the Israeli army called on 100,000 Palestinians to leave this neighborhood in the south of the Gaza Strip, raising fears of an imminent attack in the city. “Thousands of people are in danger, they have nowhere to go. People are amputated alive, on the ground. It’s terrible,” she relates, based on a story from two Charentais on site. “I’m even surprised that there aren’t more people in the streets of Angoulême,” laments Isabelle Fouquay.


They demand peace in the Middle East.

Julie Desbois

“We reacted quickly, since that is no longer possible. There must be a just and lasting peace in the Middle East. Stop pointing the finger at the Palestinians as responsible for everything. Everyone must take responsibility. We manage to get messages on site, they beg us to help them. »

After this gathering, the collective will meet on Saturday May 11 at the Wild Festival, at the House of Peoples and Peace. “We will hold a special day around Palestine with a round table around the situation, the criminalization of the movement in support of Palestine. »

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