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Alert: 4th Nov 2016 - Demand HP end complicity in torture and caging of Palestinian children #BoycottHP
31 October 2016
DATE: Fri 4th Nov 2016 2pm-4pm
LOCATION: Charring Cross Road next to St Martin-in-the-Fields, across from the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square (nearest tube: Charring Cross)
FACEOOK EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/1787466948162836/
On Friday 4th November 2016 Inminds human rights group will demand that the american multi-national Hewlett Packard ( HP / HPE) end its complicity in Israel's crimes against the Palestinian people, in particular the torture and caging of Palestinian women and children.
Inminds chair Abbas Ali said "Its shocking that many people still believe that HP is just an innocent printer company. We are here to expose HP as one of the worlds largest arms dealers, as a company that provides the IT backbone to Israel's killing machine, and we are here to reveal HP's hidden role in the torture of Palestinian children. Israel's interrogation centres where children as young as 12 years are brutally tortured, and Israel's prisons where children are caged without charge in 1m x 3m filthy holes in the ground, could not operate without HP. HP provides the systems and servers that keep those hell holes open. And if that list of crimes wasn't enough, HP also helps Israel implement apartheid with its biometric systems at illegal checkpoints and racially discriminatory colour coded ID cards. Its a thoroughly nasty company which no amount of PR can whitewash."
Please join us on friday 4th November in the heart of London near Trafalgar Square as we reveal HP's ugly secrets to the British public and invite them to boycott HP.
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