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Saturday, December 03, 2005


Intel Supports Ethnic Cleansing

For Immediate Release
December 2, 2005


According to newspaper reports, Intel, one of the largest
chip-makers in the world, will be building a $3.5 billion plant next to
existing facility in 'Kiryat Gat'. The extra plant will be built on land
that belongs to the Palestinian village of Iraq Al Manshiya. According
Zionist historian Benny Morris, Israel expelled the villagers of Iraq Al
Manshiya by "intimidation using all means."


Al-Awda, the Palestine Right to Return Coalition, calls on its members
supporters to write urgently to Intel demanding that:

* Intel abandon its investments in Israel. The company's proposed
site is located on land confiscated from the Palestinian village of Iraq

* Israel forced out the original inhabitants of Iraq Al-Manshiya and the
nearby village of Al-Faluja after the 1948 war ended contrary to
international law and an armistice agreement sponsored by the UN and
Israel signed.

* Intel should not participate and allow Israel to have economic
from the illegal dispossession of Palestinians. Israel is denying
Palestinian refugees their right to return to their lands and homes
which it
is occupying. This natural and inalienable right is enshrined in the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Law, and is
supported by numerous UN resolutions.

* Intel has far more attractive long-term options for building and
in other countries. These options serve Intel's customers, shareholders
employees in far more productive and honorable ways.

Call and write to:

Craig R Barret, Chairman of the Board
Email: Craig.R.barrett@intel.com,
Phone: 480-554-5977

Paul Otelline, President and CEO
Email: Paul.Otellini@intel.com
Phone: 408-765-5551

please cc your correspondence to alerts@al-awda.org

To read a related Mercury News article, go to:


Al-Awda, The Palestine Right to Return Coalition
PO Box 131352
Carlsbad, CA 92013, USA
Tel: 760-685-3243
Fax: 360-933-3568
E-mail: info@al-awda.org
WWW: http://www.al-awda.org

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