PSC Weekly Update – Thursday 7 January 2010

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Convoy Reaches Gaza!

WE HAVE BROKEN THE SIEGE!

The Viva Palestine and PSC aid convoy arrived in Gaza last night at about 7:00pm, with thousands of Palestinians greeting and cheering the convoy to welcome them.

Congratulations to everyone taking part in the convoy and all of those here who raised funds for the trip to become a reality.  This has been a tremendous achievement and its importance is political as well as practical.

Thanks of course to the Reading PSC, Waltham Forest PSC, York PSC for their blogs and information which have kept us informed throughout the journey, we look forward to welcoming them and all the other participants back to Britain.  We hope that branches around the country will invite them to speak to get their message about Gaza out to the public.  Well done, Viva Palestina and Palestine Solidarity Campaign.

Read the full update here…



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  1. Woooooooooooooooooohooooooooooooo!
    yaaaaaaay! Allahu akbar!!!

    Finally! Brave and courageous they all are!
    EXCELLEEEEEEEEEEEEEENT!

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