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Fifteen protesters occupied NDP Foreign Affairs critic Paul Dewar's office in Ottawa on Thursday demanding an end to what they call a "deafening silence" from the NDP on Israel's war on Gaza.
What do you think of this kind of action?
Fifteen protesters are occupying NDP Foreign Affairs critic Paul Dewar's office in Ottawa demanding an end to what they call a "deafening silence" from the NDP on Israel's war on Gaza.
One activist, Joel Harden told rabble.ca that after word of the occupation exploded on social media Dewar entered the office to listen to the occupiers.
"We're meeting with Paul Dewar, he came to the office right now, and were talking to him, he's listening to us, to his credit," said Harden.
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