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Many of you are used to buying Zaytoun produce such as olive oil and dates at our public events.  As it has no longer been possible to hold such events in recent weeks, your stocks of these wonderful Palestinian products are no doubt dwindling.  With the closure of other outlets such as fair-trade stalls and Oxfam shops, it is proving difficult to continue selling Palestinian produce, which will inevitably have a negative impact on the farming communities already struggling under the Israeli occupation.

We would therefore like to offer you the opportunity to purchase Zaytoun produce from us directly.

The message below from Professor Colin Green of the International Medical Education Trust (IMET2000), who is a member of West Surrey PSC and a lifelong supporter of the PalestiniansAt the request of the PA Minister of Health, IMET2000 has changed course from most of our planned projects in Gaza and the West Bank, to instead to help the battle against COVID-19.

https://imet2000.org/

At the request of the PA Minister of Health, IMET2000 has changed course from most of our planned projects in Gaza and the West Bank, to instead to help the battle against COVID-19. We fear that the COVID-19 coronavirus storm raging in neighbouring countries is about to break all barriers and go wild in Palestine both in the West Bank and Gaza. The PA Minister of Health has asked IMET2000 to support those hospitals which are dedicated to care of COVID-19 infected patients, and we know these have been busy for over three weeks. We are also supporting other outlying hospitals and small clinics in rural areas unlikely to be properly equipped.

IMET2000 has been asked to raise funds for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure or CPAP respirators, WHO-standard personal protective equipment (PPE), COVID-19 specific testing kits and training of many additional healthcare workers in basic life support and critical care nursing specifically for COVID-19-infected patients, using our mannequins and our dedicated IMET2000 training staff.

Saturday morning from 10:30-12:30 – 7th March at Fleet Methodist Church

“If you want to make peace, you don’t talk to your friends.  You talk to your enemies.”  These words were spoken by Moshe Dyan. He was one of Israel’s greatest soldiers and politicians.

President Trump chose not to take this advice.  When he unveiled his ‘Deal of the Century’ in January, he did so with Israel’s Prime Minister at his side.  Palestinian representatives were not invited, nor were they present during the negotiations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This film cover a wide range of views from occupied Palestine and asks

“What Change Must Come?”

Producer Miranda Pinch, daughter of a Jewish holocaust survivor, will join us for the screening and answer questions.

Please join us on 

Saturday, 30th November at 2pm

Shere Village Hall, Guildford Lane, Shere GU5 9HE

Tickets cost £7.50 to include Palestinian Nibbles and Refreshments

Also samples of Palestinian food to taste and buy.

All profits and donations will go to the Hebron International Resource Network (HIRN), a grassroots organisation that helps Palestinians receive basic human rights such as healthcare, education, water and electricity. 

There will be a short introduction to its work before the film starts at 3pm.

Tickets can be booked online at 

www.villagecinema.org/from-balfour-to-banksy or purchased from Caroline Evans (01483 202938), or on the door.

Supported by West Surrey PSC – Peace, Justice and Dignity for Palestians