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Looking Ahead:The Struggle for Peace and Justice in Israel/Palestine
Date Thursday February 10
Time 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Location Details
Thursday February 10, 7:30 PM
Fellowship Hall at the Unitarian Church
1924 Cedar St., at Bonita, in Berkeley
Event Type Speaker
Organizer/Author
Jewish Voice for Peace
invites you to an evening with
Prof. George Bisharat

LOOKING AHEAD: THE STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE PEACE AND
EQUALITY IN PALESTINE/ISRAEL

Thursday February 10, 7:30 PM
Fellowship Hall at the Unitarian Church
1924 Cedar St., at Bonita, in Berkeley

$5-$20, sliding scale

No one turned away for lack of funds

SPREAD THE WORD, NO ONE SHOULD MISS THIS PROVOCATIVE
AND INFORMATIVE TALK!

Co-sponsored by: American Friends' Services
Committee, Faculty For Israel-Palestine Peace,
United For Peace and Justice-Bay Area, The Tikkun
Community, Middle East Children's Alliance, Jews for
a Free Palestine, Northern CA ISM Support Group

Prof. George Bisharat is a professor at Hastings
College of the Law, an activist for peace and
justice in the Middle East for 35 years, and a
Palestinian-American. In recent years, Prof.
Bisharat has consulted with the Palestinian
Legislative Council over the structure of the
Palestinian judiciary, reforms in criminal
procedure, and other aspects of legal development.

In this thought-provoking talk, Prof. Bisharat
rejects the current focus on the debate around 1 or
2 states as a solution for a lasting peace between
Israelis and Palestinians. Instead, he argues that
the focus should be on the need for an
international, non-violent movement that addresses
the substantive rights of the 3 main branches of the
Palestinian people-those who are citizens of Israel,
those living under occupation, and refugees.
Added to the calendar on Tuesday Jan 18th, 2005 8:27 PM
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