Nabil Amra is an American born Palestinian who works as a foreign exchange trader in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He purchased a ketch rigged version of the Biscay 36 class yacht built by the Falmouth Boat Company named Elle May which he returned her to the builder to have her prepared for the GGR.
.. the fence between Israel and Gaza, a 21 year old medic with her white dress, trying to save life, An Israeli Solder, looked through the fence, saw, aimed , thought, and shot Razan al Najjar… , she became the symbol of people of Gaza resistance .. ..
My interview with Palestinian activist, Khalil Abu Yahia, from Gaza..
We may never know the name of the soldier who killed Razan al-Najjar. But we do know the names of those who gave the order enabling him to kill her..
Honey Thaljieh is known internationally for promoting the role of sports in empowering women and girls in the Arab world and beyond. She is a co-founder of women’s football (soccer) in Palestine, and she served as the first captain of the Palestinian national football team. Following her career in football, she joined FIFA, the International Federation of Association Football, where she leads its efforts to promote diversity, gender equality, integration, and peace-making in sports. She has been recognized as a Champion for Peace by the organization Peace and Sport, and she serves as an ambassador for the sports organizations Save the Dream, Homeless World Cup, and Football For Peace Global.
MAY 17-19, 2018
A Festival of Palestinian Art & Culture
Exhibition of visual art by Palestinian artists
Musical performances and workshops
Film: shorts and feature length; discussions follow each film
Palestinian cuisine, including demonstrations and samples from renowned chefs
Authentic Spice & Craft Market
Iftar: break the Ramadan fast with sisters and brothers of all faiths
Many special guests from Palestine
OPEN TO EVERYONE!
Westminster Presbyterian Church
1200 Marquette Ave
Shereen Malherbe is a writer, author & speaker who spends her time in the U.K and the United Arab Emirates.
Her debut novel, Jasmine Falling has recently been published.
Her work features in various newspapers, such as Middle East Eye, opinion columns, magazines and has represented non-profit organisations.
She also writes for Muslimah Media Watch about the representation of Muslim women in the media and pop culture.
Shereen has appeared on British Muslim TV and the Islam Channel as a guest to talk about her new novel and the representation of Muslim women in western media and currents topics such as islamophobia.
She is available for freelance writing pieces, speaking events, interviews and guest appearances. If you would like to be interviewed or profiled for a potential press piece, please get in touch. For any further information you can contact Shereen at firstname.lastname@example.org
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