Government of Canada: Denounce Israel's Violent Attack on Gaza
  • Petitioned John Baird

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Minister of Foreign Affairs
John Baird
Prime Minister of Canada
Stephen Harper

Government of Canada: Denounce Israel's Violent Attack on Gaza

    1. Christopher Waterhouse
    2. Petition by

      Christopher Waterhouse

      Calgary, Canada

Israel's launched its "Pillar of Cloud" military operation against the people of Gaza on November 14th, 2012. Since the start of this assault Israel has inflicted exponentially greater casualties against Palestine. Recent reports suggest up to 80% of all deaths in this conflict so far have been civilians - many of them women and children. We ask the Government of Canada to demand Israel brings an end to the violent attack on Gaza.

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    • Mariya Khalifa DUBLIN, IRELAND
      • over 1 year ago

      This is horrible, terrorising other human beings because of greed. You wouldn't want to live in fear of being shot or bombed now, would you??

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    • Mariya Khalifa DUBLIN, IRELAND
      • over 1 year ago

      Innocent people are being killed by the thousand and if one person dies in America, the whole world is shocked! Please, you gotta do something!

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    • Jonathan Hale TORONTO, CANADA
      • over 1 year ago

      Enough is enough. I am embarrassed by our government's over-the-top support of Israel against the rest of the reasonable world.

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    • Mazen Kammouni CALGARY, CANADA
      • over 1 year ago

      This is important to me because Israeli's decided to kill innocent little children who have not harmed or done anything against "Israel"

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    • Nicole Scherzinger BANFF, CANADA
      • over 1 year ago

      Stop Israel violent crimes against Gaza and the Palestinian people!

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