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Anarchists Against Walls - busy weekend
from: Ayala Shani

Register for Transportation to December 3 - December 4 Weekly Demonstrations Against the Wall and the Settlements

Bil`in Friday December 3

Contact Phone Against Wall 052-6306787 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting052-6306787end_of_the_skype_highlighting (no SMS). Only if you must send e-mail with mobile phone number to bilin1aa@gmail.com... but reply in time is not guaranteed

Al Ma`asara Friday December 3

Contact Asaf at 052-3338475

An Nabi Saleh Friday December 3

Contact Ayala at 052-4707885

Ni`lin Friday December 3

Contact Shai at shiegorsky@yahoo.com or 052-3727602

Beit Ommar Saturday December 4

Contact Kobi at 054-2191547

!! IMPORTANT !!

Please let us know as soon as possible if you can bring a car and take into consideration cultural differences in the choice of clothing

Passengers, you don`t have to participate in the transportation expenses, but if you can afford it, please don`t wait to be asked to pay - sugget it yourselves.

Drivers, you don`t have to pay for the fuel. Please ask the passengers to participate if and as much as they can. You can get a refund through the transportation coordinator.

Newcomers and those requiring more information are invited to contact Sebastian at 050-6846056

Transportation from Jerusalem requires additional coordination after registration

Please register as early as you can (not later than Wednesday evening) to ensure a place in the organized transportation and ease the organizing process

To arrange a personal support and listening session on activist trauma, burn-out and recovery:
www.psychoactive.org.il
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