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Petition: Tell the UN to Demand Hamas Return Remains of IDF Lieutenant Hadar Goldin and Staff Sergeant Oron Shaul

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Oct. 12, 2017

If you are able to help, The Canadian Friends of the Hadar Goldin Foundation is still collecting signatures for Hadar Goldin and Oron Shaul, the two Israeli soldiers whose bodies illegally remain in the custody of Hamas. We are aiming for 30,000 signatures and are currently half way there. If you could post this petition on any media or forward it to you and your organization’s email lists it would be very much appreciated. I would greatly appreciate your help with this important cause.
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Ask the U.N. to demand Hamas return the bodies of Lieutenant Hadar Goldin and Staff Sergeant Oron Shaul to their families.

Hamas murdered Israeli Lieutenant Hadar Goldin and Staff Sergeant Oron Shaul during a defensive war in 2014.

It’s been three years and Hamas has still not returned Goldin and Shaul’s remains for proper burial.

Goldin was kidnapped 90 minutes into a humanitarian ceasefire brokered by the international community (including the United Nations). Since then, the UN has done nothing to urge the return of the Israeli soldiers’ bodies – even though Hamas’ refusal to do so violates the Geneva Convention.

ADD YOUR NAME to a petition to the United Nations Secretary-General demanding that he insist Hamas comply with international law and return Hadar Goldin and Oron Shaul to their families. We will send your local Member of Parliament a letter asking the Government of Canada to support this petition, with a copy to members of the Canada-Israel Interparliamentary Group.

Sign the petition here:

https://www.bringthemhome.ca/

Regards,
Priyank D’Sa
Director
Students in Support of Free Speech York U
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