In follow up to the factsheet http://gm2j.co/factsheet/on the Global March to Jerusalem, with March 30 drawing closer, a paper has been prepared of Talking Points on the Global March to be used in the event that events turn violent and garner major media attention.
A copy of the Talking Points is available here - http://gm2j.co/talking-points/
Please share these Talking Points in email groups, Facebook and Twitter and use these Talking Points in any way you want including to create your own talking points.
Further, there is an informational website at www.gm2j.co with a regularly updated blog and a useful resources section at http://gm2j.co/useful-resources/ with links to the growing list of articles that are being written about the Global March to Jerusalem.
The Lebanese "Daily Star", is reporting that the organizers of the Land Day march by Palestinians decided Friday to change the route of the procession so that it concludes at Beaufort Castle, east of Nabatiyeh instead of the Israeli-Lebanese border, as was originally announced. http://tinyurl.com/855vqgf
The sources attributed the change of route to the organizers' desire to avoid any violation of U.N. Security Council Resolution 1701, which aims to prevent Lebanese-Israeli friction in border areas.
They added that organizers do not want to strain their relationship with the Lebanese army or the U.N. Interim Forces in Lebanon.