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Announcement :: Human Rights
MAY 15: REMEMBERING THE NAKBA - Celebrating Palestine
15 May 2011
The Palestinian House of New England

and

The Palestinian Cultural Center for Peace

Invites you to:

Remembering the Nakba - Celebrating Palestine


Reflection on the Past...Hope for the Future
with

Professor Yaser Najjar



Also featuring Dr. Kareem Azab with a fine selection of Arabic music and songs.


Dinner will be served after the presentation.



When: Sunday, May 15, 2011 (6:00 pm; Note: the program will start at 6:15 sharp - presentation first.)

Where: Palestine Cultural Center for Peace

41 Quint Ave. Allston

Free Parking is available, a parking assistant will be available on the premises.

Donations to this event are welcome at the door.


Dr. Najjar is a Professor at Framingham State University. His research focus include Geopolitical Structure of the Middle East, Transportation Planning;Urban design and Land Use Planning;Housing and Squatered Urban Settlements:Site Analysis of Tourism and Recreational Destinations.
See also:
http://palestinianhouse.org/

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The forgotton nakba
20 May 2011
NYTimes_1948_Jews_in_Arab.jpg
The expulsion of 850,000 Jews from Arab lands remains the forgotten nakba