Buses arranged for mass protest for Gaza

2014-07-24 00:00

TRANSPORT to the mass public protest march today for Gaza has been arranged from Pietermaritzburg to Durban.

Separate buses have been organised for males and ­females and will leave from Nizamia Islamic School grounds at 10 am.

Buses will return after the march, which starts at 1.30 pm outside the Grey Street Mosque and ends at the Durban City Hall.

Pietermaritzburg teacher Mohamed Saeed said yesterday that conscience-driven individuals need to peacefully demonstrate against the Israeli regime and against the ­lethal arms it is using to kill innocent children, women and men in Gaza.

— Witness Reporter.

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