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ICC and the DC Ethiopian Community are Holding Another Protest

ICC and the Ethiopian community in the Washington DC area will be holding another protest today at 11am in front of the Saudi Arabian Embassy to demand the release of the Ethiopian prisoners we've been in contact with. If you are able please join us for this protest to support our imprisoned brothers and sisters in Saudi Arabia. If you are unable to make it, please pray for the success of this protest and the safety of the prisoners.

The protest will be at 11am and the embassy is located at 601 New Hampshire Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20037.

Click here to learn more about today's protest and the reason for it.

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