A Crisis in Jerusalem: Presentation by Dr. Jeff Halper

2015 28 Jan
 A Crisis in Jerusalem: Presentation by Dr. Jeff Halper

Please circulate this event to your community. We look forward to seeing you there! 

NCCAR is pleased to present Dr. Jeff Halper,  who founded the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions will analyze the current tensions and what can be done about them.

7:30 PM
Wednesday Januaray 28, 2015
First Unitarian Congregation
30 Cleary Ave. (free parking available). Click here for a map.
TICKETS:  $20 / $10 for students  
Tickets can be purchased through eventbrite, here, or at the door.

If you you have any questions or concerns about purchasing your ticket, please call NCCAR's Coordinator, Chrissy Burton at 613-238-3795 or e-mail events@nccar.ca 

About the talk

Dr. Jeff Halper is the Co-founder and Director of ICAHD, the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions. He was born in 1946 in Minnesota and emigrated to Israel in 1973. Since then he has been a tireless advocate for justice and civil rights for all Israelis and Palestinians. He spent ten years as a community worker in Jerusalem aiding low-income Mizrahi families. He co-founded ICAHD in 1997 to help resist Israel’s strategy of house demolitions in the Occupied Palestinian Territory. He is the author of three books, 'Between Redemption and Revival: The Jewish Yishuv in Jerusalem in the Nineteenth Century', 'An Israeli in Palestine: Resisting Possession, Redeeming Israel', and 'Obstacles to Peace: A reframing of the Palestinian – Israeli Conflict'. In 2006 Dr. Halper was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, citing ICAHD's work "to liberate both the Palestinian and the Israeli people from the yoke of structural violence" and "to build equality between their people by recognizing and celebrating their common humanity." (biography from www.icahd.org)


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