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Understanding the Palestine/Israel Conflict

 

Organised by the Islamic Society of Surrey University.

 

When: Thursday the 10th and Friday the 11th of February

 

Venue: Surrey University

 

Download a map here: www.surrey.ac.uk/files/pdf/campusmap.pdf

 

Everyone welcome.

 

Thanks to Basel and James for organising Saturday's leafleting in Camberley. West Surrey PSC spent a couple of hours outside the main shopping centre encouraging local shoppers to boycott Israeli goods until Israel complies with International law.

 

Must-read art in Observer 16/01/11 'Out of Tragedy, a Spark of Hope' - story of Pal dr who lost 3 daughters to an Israeli shell. His book, I Shall Not Hate, by Izzeldin Abuelaish will be published by Bloomsbury on Feb 7th (£16.99). To order a copy for £13.59 go to guardian.co.uk/bookshop.

 

Read the interview at The Guardian

From
Jenny Flintoft,
P/mth S Downs PSC

 



 

West Surrey PSC in conjunction with Zaytoun, Guildford and Godalming Peace and Justice Groups, and various Fair Trade groups in the area will be hosting a meeting with Palestinian farmers. The meeting is part of Fair Trade Fortnight and will take place at St. Nicolas Church Hall in Guildford on Sunday, March 13 at 7.00pm.

 

More details to follow.

 



Jawaher,
Israel took your life,
we take up your struggle, dignity and courage

A call for women all over the world to unite behind the popular resistance and the determination of Palestinian women in defense of their land, rights and dignity.

While the world was celebrating a new year, Jawaher Abu Rahmah (34 years) died in a Ramallah hospital from poisoning due to teargas inhalation.

Jawaher was out in the fields on Friday, December 31 participating in the protest against the Apartheid Wall that strangles her village Bil’in, stealing its lands and livelihood. She had seen her brother killed in a similar protest almost two years ago when Israeli military shot him with a tear gas grenade in the chest, but this only intensified her dedication to her work with the youth that can carry on the resistance. It didn’t deter her from joining the protests. When the tear gas clouds reached her that day, she fell sick and died from the effects of the gas.