Join the protest to Free Ahed Tamimi, fierce Palestinian young woman, and all Palestinian political prisoners.
When: 6:00pm on Tuesday January 30
Where: Israeli Consulate of Atlanta,1100 Spring St. NW, Atlanta,30309
We are celebrating her 17th birthday, her resistance to the 50 year Israeli occupation while calling for her release, and an end the detention and imprisonment of Palestinian political prisoners.
Act Now to Tell your lawmaker to support the bill to end Palestinian child detention and find out more about the No Way to Treat a Child Campaign.
Hosted by Jewish Voice for Peace-Atlanta Chapter and cosponsored by CAIR Georgia, Atlanta IWW General Defense Committee, Project South, Black Alliance for Peace, Georgia Green Party, Atlanta International Action Center, Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition-Statewide, A World Without Police, SURJ Atlanta: Showing Up for Racial Justice, Women Watch Afrika, Create Community 4 Decatur: Black Lives Matter, The Ruckus Society, Black Lives Matter Atlanta and #GaNotOnemore Coalition
Bassam Tamimi, Ahed’s father, is an internationally recognized Palestinian human rights activist, EU recognized human rights defender and prisoner of conscience by Amnesty, and is from the village of Nabi Saleh. Bassem was in Atlanta about 2 years ago, and wrote this article about his daughter.