Plight of Palestinians to be highlighted at public meeting

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Sutton for Peace and Justice invite you to a public meeting on

The plight of Palestinians today

Friday 6 July, 7.30–9.30pm, doors open at 7.00
Sutton Quaker Meeting House, Cedar Road, Sutton, SM2 5DA

Sutton for Peace and Justice invite you to a public meeting:

The plight of Palestinians today

The killing of Palestinian demonstrators on the Gaza border has recently hit the headlines. But the continuing human rights abuses of Israel’s occupation of Palestine, with the expansion of illegal settlements, demolition of villages and imprisonment of children, goes largely unreported.

Come and hear from speakers with first-hand knowledge of the situation in Palestine,  learn more about the plight of Palestinians today, consider what can be done to ensure a peaceful future and human rights for the people of Palestine, and join the debate.


Philipa Harvey,  campaigner on the rights of Palestinian Child Prisoners, member of Palestine Solidarity Campaign’s Executive Committee  and ex-President of the National Union of Teachers.

Doris Richards, an Ecumenical Accompanier who has visited Palestinian communities of Jaba al Baba and Khan am Ahmer currently suffering
house demolitions.

There is no entry charge, donations will be taken on the night

Please reserve your place by email to [email protected]
or by text message to 07740 594496

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