Protesters to march to Gush Katif

Sunday, July 17, 2005 | 
Early Monday morning, more than 30,000 people are expected to begin a march to communities in the Gush Katif Settlement Bloc to protest the disengagement. Dubbed “D” Day, the march will begin in the Negev town of Netivot, with the aim of stopping the expulsion of settlers from the Gaza Strip. Protesters believe that this march will topple the political process and cancel the planned expulsion. For those unable to participate in the protest march, solidarity rallies are being held around the world. For more information, check out the website: Worldwide Rallies Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said he expects security forces to use “the severest measures possible” to prevent protesters from entering Gaza on Monday.

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