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ACTION ALERT: EMERGENCY ADVOCACY DAY FOR GAZA (TODAY)

 

American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee

ACTION ALERT: EMERGENCEY ADVOCACY DAY FOR GAZA
TODAY, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 2014

As the violence in this tragic humanitarian crisis continues to escalate, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) encourages you to directly participate in the democratic process by speaking with your Congressional Representatives and Senators to advocate for the human rights of the Palestinians. As we speak, ADC volunteers, members, and supporters are currently on Capitol Hill advocating on behalf of Gaza.

ADC will be holding a debriefing in the Rayburn House Office Building Room 2456 at 4:30pm today. But if you can’t be in DC today, you can still talk to your representatives right from where you are!

Call your representatives and senators to voice your disapproval with Israel’s current massacre in Gaza. You only need to spend 15 seconds on each call, saying:

“Hello, my name is __________ and I would like to voice my disapproval with Israel’s human rights atrocities in Gaza. Through its illegal occupation, blockade, and military onslaught of an unarmed civilian population, Israel is violating international law and causing countless deaths of innocent people, especially women and children. I urge you to take a stand against this humanitarian crisis.”

Click here to search your Representatives’ phone numbers by state
Click here to search your Senators’ phone numbers by state

Please be sure to sign our petition to the U.S. government that we want Israel to Let Children Live.

For additional information about ADC Palestine Advocacy Day, please send an email to advocacy@adc.org


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