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Once in royal David's city

Stood a big apartheid wall;

People entering and leaving

Had to pass a checkpoint hall.

Bethlehemwas strangulated,

And her children segregated.


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After his incredibly insightful and popular presentations earlier in the year about racism inside of Israel, David Sheen returns to the UK with an updated presentation and talk on this highly sensitive and rarely discussed topic. This is a meeting NOT to be missed.
Israel's institutional, systemic, governmental, societal and religious racism is a topic it tries to hide behind a facade of 'democracy' hoping that people don't ask any questions. David Sheen exposes this brutality with passion and facts based on his research and experience living in Dimona.

David has reported and appeared on media ranging from Al Jazeera to Haaretz, The Electronic Intifada to the BBC News, Alternet to Russia Today. He has made this his special area of research and reporting.

Tuesday 24 November 2015, 7.30pm

St Nicolas Church Hall, Bury Street, Guildford GU2 4AW

David Sheen - Canadian-Israeli Journalist and Film-maker
David Sheen is a well-informed and engaging speaker who has given lectures at universities across North America as well as addressing national parliaments in Europe, including in the UK.  
Tuesday 24 November 2015, 7.30pm
St Nicolas Church Hall, Bury Street, Guildford GU2 4AW
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West Surrey PSC hosted a very successful visit by Nawal Slemiah, director of the women's handicraft co-operative Women in Hebron, who talked about the co-operative and the general situation in Hebron, as well as allowing us to purchase some of the beautiful embroideries that the co-operative makes.  The products of the co-operative include hand-woven and hand-embroidered traditional rugs, cushion covers and other handicrafts, which they sell in the Old Hebron market and online.  The initiative creates both work and hope for some 120 women and their families in a city which is frequently at the centre of tensions and violence.

We are delighted to have the opportunity to welcome a representative of the "Women in Hebron" co-operative to address a public meeting in Guildford on Thursday 29 October.  The cooperative produces traditional Palestinian handicrafts and is a vital lifeline for many families in the strife-torn town of Hebron.  There will also be an opportunity to purchase some of these beautiful products. Click Read more below for more information.