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Water As A Weapon.

The Alliance for Water Justice in Palestine  Working to end injustice in Israel-Palestine


Introduction by Kim Redigan A Peace and Water Rights Activist, Kim is the Vice Chair of the Michigan Coalition for Human Rights (MCHR is a member organization of the Peoples Water Board), and a Michigan-Meta Peace Team member.

Israeli Policies in the Occupied Palestinian Territories

Water is the most important resource that ties people to land. Therefore, the Israeli occupation control over Palestinian water has been a strategic tactic to force Palestinians outside of their lands in area C to areas A and B, and use it as a tool of oppression on Palestinians in the rest of the West Bank.

Thursday, May 19, 2016 7:30PM
First Baptist Church
633 Centre St. Jamaica

Nidal Al-Azraq An expert on water rights, Nidal is a Palestinian refugee who was born and raised in Aida Refugee Camp in Bethlehem, the West Bank, Palestine.

Nidal Al-Azraq earned his Bachelor’s Degree with Honors from Harvard Extension School, Dean’s List Academic Achievement Award, and Derek Bok Public Service Prize. He is currently the executive director, a US based organization that focuses on water, health, and environmental projects in refugee camps in the West Bank. He teaches Arabic with Center for Arabic Culture in the Boston area. He co-wrote with Amahl Bishara The Boy and the Wall, a bilingual children’s book that received the Psychologists for Social Responsibility’s 2008 Josephine “Scout” Wollman Fuller Award for the promotion of peace and social justice in the Middle East.

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