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UK Activists Challenge Veolia to End Illegal Settlement Activities in Palestine
Representatives of British civil society will hand in a letter to Veoliaís headquarters in London on Thursday 3rd of December 2009, calling on Veolia to cease its support for Israelís continuing violation of international law and to terminate all its services to Israeli settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
The letter is signed by among others Clare Short MP, Canon Garth Hewitt, Miriam Margolyes OBE, Dr Caroline Lucas MEP, Baroness Jenny Tonge, Prof Karma Nabulsi and William Dalrymple.
The letter to Veolia is part of an international campaign, coordinated by the Palestine Solidarity Campaign in the UK, asking Veolia to stop its involvement in the illegal Israeli settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
Veolia, through its light rail tramway contract, its Israeli-only bus services and its Tovlan landfill site is facilitating Israelís illegal settlements and thus aiding and abetting Israeli war crimes. 
For more information and a copy of the letter with the full list of signatories please contact the Palestine Solidarity Campaign:
Tel: 02077006192

-          The handing in of the letter will take place at lunchtime on Thursday 3 December in Central London.
The Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) aims to raise public awareness about the occupation of Palestine and the struggle of the Palestinian people. PSC seek to bring pressure on both the British and Israeli government to bring their policies in line with international law. PSC is an independent, non-governmental and non-party political organisation with members from communities across the UK. Join PSC today!
Palestine Solidarity Campaign
Tel:   020 7700 6192
Fax:  020 7609 7779
Email: info@palestinecampaign.orgWeb:







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