Towards the end of last year, the London march against anti-Semitism attracted over 100,000 people from all parts of the country, from all backgrounds, keen to show solidarity with Jews both in Britain and Israel.
This Sunday, it's Manchester's turn, and it's up to us in London to return the favour and join the march, organised by the Jewish Representative Council of Greater Manchester & Region.
When the London march happened, coaches were organised from cities around the country. Jews and non-Jews made the journey to the capital because they felt it was important to show the rest of the country–indeed the world–that 7/10 would not fade in our memories, that Israel had every right to defend itself, that there could be no rest until the hostages were returned.
For those of us who live in London, it's important to stand with other parts of the country, where numbers may be smaller, and the environment more overwhelming.
Friends of Our Fight in Manchester will be on the march, and friends of Our Fight from London will be making the journey to join them.
Please join us, and show Manchester and Israel, that their fight, is our fight.
Look out for the Our Fight banner from 1pm at Manchester Cathedral.