US students set up memorial for Palestinians killed by Israel

US students set up memorial for Palestinians killed by Israel

Students at the Oberlin College in the US set up a memorial last week for 34 Palestinians who were killed in the Israeli bombardment of Gaza earlier this month

The student group Oberlin Students for a Free Palestine, in cooperation with Oberlin Jewish Voice for Peace, established the memorial in order to commemorate those killed in the attacks, which were launched by Israel to assassinate the group’s leaders

The memorial calls out Israel for “killing 34 unarmed Palestinian civilians, including 8 children
Oberlin Students for a Free Palestine and Oberlin Jewish Voice for Peace has created this installation to commemorate the lives of these 34 Palestinians who died at the hands of Zionist Settler Colonialism

The Israeli air strikes on 12 November were conducted for the purpose of assassinating Islamic Jihad leader in Gaza Bahaa Abu Al-Ata and its leader in Damascus Akram Al-Ajouri. Al-Ata was killed along with his wife, while Al-Ajouri narrowly escaped

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