Rally 4 Egypt: The struggle for justice continues

Saturday, February 5, 2011 - 17:00 to 19:00

Join in this Vancouver rally for democracy and justice in Egypt:

After the fall of Ben-Ali in Tunisia and the revolution against Mubarak in Egypt, the revolution is spreading to all Arab countries. The peoples' movement is basically a call for justice. It is a peaceful struggle for economic and social development via democracy.

The defiant and deceptive actions of Mubarak with the pathetic stand of some of the western governments in general and the U.S. in particular vis-a-vis the legitimate aspirations of the Egyptian people are unacceptable and counter-productive.

We call on the whole free world to support the movement of democratization in Egypt and the rest of the Arab region. We call on Canada to live up to the values of freedom, justice and democracy.

The struggle has begun. Canadians will continue supporting the brave people of Egypt who are now at a very critical point in their struggle for justice and democracy.

Vancouver Public Library, Central Library
Robson and Homer
Vancouver , BC
49° 16' 46.146" N, 123° 7' 0.8076" W
British Columbia CA

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