Kholoud al Ajarma is a Palestinian refugee who lives in Aida Camp, Bethlehem. Her home village, ethnically cleansed in 1948, Ajjur, just 25 miles away. It now lies under British Park, funded by the JNF UK, a Charity.
Kholoud’s family still have the title deeds to their land in Ajjur, now “owned” by the JNF UK. She will challenge its charitable status with a Tribunal hearing and a speaking tour.
The giant key at the entrance to Aida Camp symbolises the house keys Palestinians took with them when fleeing ethnic cleansing in 1948. Palestinians demand the
Right of Return to the areas from which they were forced out, or compensation if they choose, as enshrined in UN Resolution 194.
The JNF continues to support ethnic cleansing, constructing housing reserved for Jewish settlers on lands from which Palestinians have been evicted.
WHEN: 3rd April 2019 – 7pm to 9pm
Quaker Meeting House, 22 School Lane, Liverpool, L1 3BT