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Wednesday February 27 2013
01:00 PM

Free Georges Abdallah, Picket Alliance Francais, Dublin, 27th Feb

category dublin | anti-capitalism | event notice author Sunday February 24, 2013 21:54author by Free Georges Abdallah Report this post to the editors

International Day to Demand the Release of Georges Abdallah

Lebanese revolutionary communist Georges Abdallah has spent 29 years in a French prison for acts of resistance against the Israeli occupation of his country. He has been eligible for release since 1999. He was finally granted parole by a French court on 10th January 2013, on the condition that he be deported to Lebanon. The French authorities have however refused to sign the required deportation order and as a result Georges remains in detention at the whim of the French government despite the court ruling to free him. On Wednesday 27th February activists across the world will be staging acts of solidarity with Georges and demanding his release.

Dublin activists will gather outside the offices of the Alliance Francaise to highlight George's case, to demand his release and to salute this brave anti-imperialist and internationalist revolutionary. We encourage all those who wish to show solidarity with George to join us.

Assemble 1.00pm Wednesday 27th February, corner of Nassau St & Kildare St, Dublin 2

For more details on the campaign to free Georges see http://liberonsgeorg...n.overblog.com/

Contact 083 4001658 for more details

author by Free Palestinepublication date Mon Feb 25, 2013 15:52Report this post to the editors

Great to see something organised for Georges in Ireland. A true revolutionary hero!

 
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