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  • NORWEGIAN TRAIN DRIVERS STRIKE FOR GAZA

    Posted by dlt on January 11, 2009

    On Thursday 8 January all trains in the whole of Norway, and all trams and subways in Oslo, stood still for two minutes in protest against the Israeli invasion. The union issued the following information for passengers:

    “Because of the situation in the Gaza Strip, the Locomotive
    Drivers Union in Norway has decided to demonstrate our
    solidarity with the Palestinian people. This will be organised
    by adding two more minutes of stoppage at the station. The
    same action applies to all passenger trains in Norway
    simultaneously. We demand the immediate withdrawal of all
    Israeli troops from the Palestinian territory. Thank you for
    your understanding”.

    libcom.org/forums/news/train-drivers-po…

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