In Paris, in a non-violent and symbolic action, they gathered in front of the store with fences to raise awareness about the fate of more than 6500 Palestinian political prisoners currently incarcerated by Israel.
(see the video and pictures from Paris action)
Like in Lyon, they informed passers-by of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise’s direct involvement in Israel’s prison regime. HP-E maintains Israel Prison Service’s servers and other IT infrastructure and provides training for its personnel.
(see pictures from Lyon)
Protestors could finally deliver their demands to the store manager who committed to forward it to their superiors. Last November, the same letter was sent to FNAC’s General manager as well as its Ethics committee. Both letters went unanswered.
Despite police intervention and warnings against further actions, the activists declared their determination to continue until their demands are satisfied. Similar actions are already announced this week in Strasbourg and Montpellier while more than 1500 Palestinian prisoners started an unlimited hunger strike.