“Caribbean Against Apartheid in Palestine” (CAAP) will be observing 67th anniversary of UN resolution to partition Palestine
On Saturday 29th November 2014 the Barbados based group “Caribbean Against Apartheid in Palestine” (CAAP) will be observing the sixty-seventh anniversary of the United Nations resolution to partition Palestine between its residents who had lived there for countless centuries, and recently arrived Zionists from Europe, with the majority of the land going to the minority recently arrived Zionists.
In an exclusive comment, CAAP Secretary, Attorney-at-law Mr. Lalu Hanuman, said: “This despicable and racist resolution has directly led to contemporary global security and civil liberty concerns, from chaos in the Middle East, to 9/11, to increased Airport Security, to erosion of our basic civil liberties, to ISIS today. We are all victims of this insidious United Nations’ resolution, but the biggest victims are the Palestinian People who have had their land stolen from underneath their feet, and who have had to live for generations in squalid refugee camps, or under Zionist military occupation, while the Zionists have been subsidised with huge annual financial and military Western grants. This is not about religion, this about fundamental human rights. We in the Caribbean who have endured oppression in all its nefarious forms, from chattel slavery to indentured slavery, should be in the forefront of solidarity actions with our Palestinian brothers and sisters”.
This free public event will start with a film at 7 p.m. in UWI’s ALT room, and then have a panel discussion, and a Q&A session, followed by free refreshments.