A short video of the May 22, 2021 protest in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius where people gathered to express their support for Palestine and condemn Israel’s agression against Gaza and Jerusalem, and its colonial crimes in Palestine.
They call us now,
before they drop the bombs.
The phone rings
and someone who knows my first name
calls and says in perfect Arabic
“This is David.”
If you do not agree that the parliament of Lithuania supports the actions of apartheid state of Israel and the occupation in the name of Lithuanian people – come along and say NO to them.
We use a phrase from a musical poem by Jonas Mekas “I am a Palestinian” as a protest slogan seeking in this way to express our solidarity with the people of the occupied Palestine and Palestinian refugees, who are not allowed to return to their homeland by Israel.
We are collecting signatures for an official response to the Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania regarding the unconditional support expressed to Israel and the factual errors in the public statement of the Parliament Committee for Foreign Relations.
We ask for your help.
Information and analyses related to Palestine aimed primarily at speakers of the Lithuanian language.
We are an independent grassroots collective and this is a voluntary initiative born out of our deep commitment to freedom and justice for the Palestinian people.