Hearing the voice of Israel’s Bedouin Citizens
As the dust settles after the Israeli election, where can the new coalition lead their people? If Israel becomes the State of the Jews, what future faces its other citizens? And are there particular difficulties for Bedouin communities?
On Sunday May 31st, Khalil Alamour will visit Frensham, to talk about the Bedouin in the Negev. A father of seven, from the village of Al-Sira, he is qualified in computer science and law, and teaches mathematics. A field researcher for Adalah, a human rights NGO, he is also a Board Member of the Negev Coexistence Forum for civil equality – a grass roots Arab Jewish NGO. Khalil has worked alongside ICAHD in lobbying at the UN, has hosted visits during ICAHD’s rebuilding camps and the ETT study tours.
Please come and hear what he has to say.
A Palestinian welcome awaits you!
7pm in St Mary’s Church Hall.
Tickets £5 from Mayonne or Tim Coldicott
01252 792609 or [email protected]
Proceeds will be divided between Khalil’s costs and the Church Tower appeal. Additional donations welcomed.