Saturday 18th February 2017, 2:30pm-4:30pm
Under Hungerford / Golden Jubilee Bridges on the Southbank (between London Eye and Southbank Centre) (near Waterloo station / across river from Embankment tube)
13th February 2017, www.inminds.com
On Saturday 18th February 2017, Inminds human rights group will demand that the American multi-national Hewlett Packard ( HP / HPE) end its complicity in Israel's war crimes against the Palestinian people, in particular end it contracts with the Israeli prison service which is guilty of torturing Palestinian political prisoners, including young children. Inminds will highlight two recent cases of torture and demand the release of British citizen Fayez Sharary who was abducted whilst visiting his family in Palestine in September 2016, and United Nations "Humanitarian Hero" Palestinian aid worker Mohammed al-Halabi who was taken in June 2016. Both have been tortured by Israel. Fayez Sharary's wife Laila will address the protest and a message from the family of Mohammed al-Halabi will be read out.
Inminds chair Abbas Ali said "The United Nations Rights of the Child reports that Israel abducts, cages, tortures and sexually abuses young Palestinian children in its military prisons. We are here to expose HP's hidden role in these crimes. They provides the systems and servers that keep these hell holes open. We are also demanding the immediate release of British father Fayez Sharary and renowned humanitarian Mohammed al-Halabi, both of whom have been tortured in HP powered Israeli interrogation centres and are currently languishing in HP powered Israeli prisons."
Please join us on Saturday 18th February 2017 on the Southbank of the river Thames under Hungerford Bridge as we reveal HP's ugly secrets to the British public and invite them to boycott HP.
Background on HP - Why Boycott HPhttp://inminds.com/article.php?id=10730
LOCATION MAP: Under Hungerford / Golden Jubilee Bridges on South Bank between London Eye and Southbank Centre.
Few minutes walk from Waterloo Station, or walk across the bridge from Embankment Tube station.
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Inminds Palestinian Prisoners Campaign
Inminds Palestinian Prisoners Campaign aims to raise awareness for the plight of Palestinian prisoners and build solidarity for their struggle and work towards their freedom. The campaign was launched on the occasion of Al Quds Day 2012 (on 17th August 2012), since then we have held actions every fortnight in support of Palestinian prisoners, if you can spare two hours twice a month then please join the campaign by coming to the next action.