PETITION! for Palestinian Civil Rights in Lebanon

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from Dr Swee Ang of MAP:

Dear Friends,

For 62 years the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon are not allowed to work in 72 professions nor have property rights. They have lived in limbo awaiting return to Palestine. The conditions in the refugee camps of Lebanon are still wretched – it is there that the Sabra Shatilla massacre, the annhilation of Nahr-el-Bared took place and we all watch helplessly.

While the influential parties quibble on the Right of Return, it is about time we express strongly that we support the Civil Rights of the Palestinians in Lebanon. Having a secure roof over their heads, to be able to seek work, are basic human rights and do not diminish their right of return. Please click on the link below and read the petition, and sign it.

http://www.petitiononline.com/ssfpcrc/petition.html

We have to make our support for the Palestinians clear and this is one way of definitely making a difference. If you have a website would you consider putting it on your website to bring your supporters attention to this.

It will be even better if you not only signed the petition, but also send it to your friends and contact so that they can make a difference. As of now, there are already 1161 signatories. The petition only went live 12 days ago.

Look forward to your support

Swee Ang



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