kein mensch ist illegal hamburg

"Ihr sollt wissen, daß kein Mensch illegal ist.
Das ist ein Widerspruch in sich. Menschen können schön sein oder noch schöner. Sie können gerecht sein oder ungerecht. Aber illegal? Wie kann ein Mensch illegal sein?"

Elie Wiesel

Freitag, 6. Juni 2014

TAKE ACTION! Hamburg Police Brutalizing Lampedusa refugees peaceful protest

Police evicted the peaceful protest of Lampedusa in Hamburg / Polizei
räumt den friedlichen Protest der Lampedusa in Hamburg
(see caravan info in english  and   deutsch unten)

Register your protest by Telephone, Fax and email to the Authorities in
Hamburg and Luxemburg:
Please act to stop the police violence which took place in Hamburg
against the 50 to60 refugees of the Lampasas’ group in Hamburg who were on
sit-in-strike in solidarity protest in front of city hall.
The refugees are demanding from the city administration of Hamburg to grant their request for  residence permit according to paragraph 23 and working permits and also to express their solidarity with the victims of 
police brutality in Luxemburg.

At about 15.00Uhr in Hamburg:  The courageous Lampadusa refugees led a
spontaneous protest in front of the city hall to continue the protest
against their homelessness, till now several people have been wounded in
the bloody attacks of the police in Hamburg. The refugees were attacked
attacked, many refugees and activists were arrested and detained in the
police station.

Earliar today, at about 12.noon in Luxemburg: The Europe-wide refugee
protest “March for freedom of movement” from Strasbourg to Brussels had
been attacked violently and gas sprayed by the Police in Luxemburg during
their protest at the EU conference of the internal ministers.

The VOICE Refugee Forum call to protest the bloody violence of the German
police against the protesters and that Police should act as “civilized”
citizens as we demand the immediate release of the protesters, we demand
public apology for their ignorance in favor of the discrimination and
repressions of the people in Europe while we hold the ministers
responsible to investigate immediately the abuses of the police.

Please act to stop the police violence and intimidation of protesters and
condemn the police violation of our democratic rights to protest and for
public assembly in Germany and in Europe.

You can organize public protests and solidarity in your communities and
Register your protest by Telephone, Fax and email to the Authorities in
Hamburg and Luxemburg to Free Our Brothers and Sisters: