Nous appelons les gouvernements à soutenir le droit des Palestiniens à recevoir des visiteurs, et le droit pour leurs ressortissants respectifs de visiter librement la Palestine.
Les Palestiniens qui nous invitent, tout comme les participants à la mission Bienvenue en Palestine d’août 2012, demandent à pouvoir transiter sans encombre par le Pont Allenby, où il serait difficile à nos dirigeants d’invoquer une quelconque « souveraineté israélienne ».
“We, Palestinians, Israelis and International, who have participated in initiatives” Welcome to Palestine “in July 2011 and April 2012, we call on you to continue with us the fight for freedom of movement in Palestine and against the closure of the Palestinian people.
The new mission will take place from August 24 to 31, 2012 is, like its previous, to allow those defending human rights and national rights of the Palestinian people to travel freely in Palestine.
Since Israeli officials have said publicly last April (see video on this site) that we had been blocked because we wanted to go through the Tel Aviv airport to make us in the West Bank, while the passage would have been appropriate, according to them, to pass through Jordan and the Allenby Bridge, so we decided to take their word. We wish to respond to the invitation of the governor and the mayor of Bethlehem, as well as that of the Palestinian organizations to come and meet with them this summer, a few days to share their lives and prepare them with the new school year, in a context where the education of Palestinian children is made more difficult by the colonization and occupation.
Women, men and children from several countries have already responded to this call and present have taken their airfare, via Amman. Do the same! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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. We call on governments to support the Palestinians’ right to receive visitors, and the right to their respective nationals to freely visit Palestine.
Palestinians urge us, as participants in the mission Welcome to Palestine in August 2012, asking to pass unhindered through the Allenby Bridge, where it would be difficult for our leaders to invoke any “Israeli sovereignty.”