Join us for two events to protest Zionist theft and destruction of Palestinian lands:
in front of Beit Al-Baraka along the road to Hebron (near Arroub Refugee camp)
Area of Bir Oneh in Beit Jala where ancient trees have been uprooted/destroyed
and here are pother ways to act where you are http://qumsiyeh.org/
Volunteer: We have many volunteer opportunities at the botanical garden and the Palestine Museum of Natural History that will enhance your skills and allow you to be part of a team that is dynamic and energetic and making a difference locally and globally. Our motto is respect (for one self, for fellow human beings, and for the environment). Opportunities to volunteer exist in these areas: Data collection (plants, animals, geology, human history etc), clerical, botanical garden, education (school children from kindergarten to adult), information technology, media, fundraising, bee keeping, exhibit design, and more. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Haidar Eid: The songs are dedicated to the courage and resistance of the Palestinian people on the journey to justice and freedom. All proceeds from sales of the song will be donated towards the Palestinian boycott, divestment and sanctions movement.
Newly released documents show US attempts to halt Israeli nuclear weapons program
Gov't papers dating from 1969-72 reveal American discussions about how to convince Israel to abandon pursuit of atomic weapons and to sign the non-proliferation treaty
[note: The major US Jewish organizations still lobby for a war on Iran for Apartheid Israel while claiming to represent Jews and Judaism]
Tear Drop “A Gift From the People of Russia to the USA”. Why were we not told about Tear Drop?
White House Middle East policy adviser, Gwenyth Todd on how Washington operates under Israeli occupation https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Professor and Director
Palestine Museum of Natural History
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