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April 18 2011 Eritrean Demonstration In San Francisco

The Bay Area Committee for Peaceful Demonstration is holding a rally in San Francisco, CA on Monday, April 18, 2011.   The theme of the demonstration is “Enough Is Enough: Isaias Must Go Now!” “Alena ms hzbna: We Are With Our People”, “We Are The Voice Of The Muzzled Eritreans.” Here are the specifics of the event:

Date:  Monday, April 18, 2011

Time: 11:00 AM

Place:  Powell Street and Market Street, San Francisco, CA  USA

All Eritrean and friends of Eritrea are invited to attend this demonstration. If you believe that the rights and dignity of people must be respected, then you must attend this historic demonstration to support the Eritrean people.

The objective of this demonstration is to show our solidarity with the people of Eritrea who are suffering under a brutal dictator where their voices are muzzled, their human rights and their basic human dignity stripped. All Eritreans must come together on this day to speak for the voiceless Eritreans who are suffering under a perpetual slavery and imprisonment.

For additional information, contact the organizers, the “Bay Area Committee for Peaceful Demonstration”, at 415-724-5718.

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