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“Love is Stronger Than Hate” (english)
13 Feb 2003
A Libyan Jewish Woman - one of the Middle East’s 900,000 Forgotten Refugees - Tells Her Story of Growing Up in the Arab World
A talk by MALAKA BUBLIL
Wednesday, February 26, 2003 at 4:00 p.m.

Bublil fled Tripoli in 1967 - one of 38,000 Jews exiled from Libya and one of nearly one million Jews who fled their homes in the Arab world. She is the co-founder of JIMENA: “Jews Indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa,” and works to build peace between Arabs and Jews.
“Love is Stronger Than Hate”

A Libyan Jewish Woman - one of the Middle East’s 900,000 Forgotten Refugees - Tells Her Story of Growing Up in the Arab World

A talk by MALAKA BUBLIL

Wednesday, February 26, 2003 at 4:00 p.m.

Bublil fled Tripoli in 1967 - one of 38,000 Jews exiled from Libya and one of nearly one million Jews who fled their homes in the Arab world. She is the co-founder of JIMENA: “Jews Indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa,” and works to build peace between Arabs and Jews.


Sponsored by HGSE Jewish Student Forum, HGSE Student Government Association, Harvard Graduate Student Friends of Israel (HUGFI), HGSE Conflict Resolution Education Study Group, HGSE Black Student Union,
HGSE Multicultural Multiracial Individuals, HGSE Christian Fellowship, HGSE Gender and Education Group

Location: Gutman Conference Center

Harvard Graduate School of Education, Appian Way, Cambridge, MA
Free and open to the public.

“New Voices for Peace and Justice in the Middle East”
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