Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني
[Dublin] Kairos Palestine ~ Bethlehem University in Occupied Palestine Seminar [Friends of Bethlehem University]
An important seminar in University College Dublin on Friday 19th October entitled “Kairos Palestine ~ Bethlehem University in Occupied Palestine” which will be addressed by Professor Fr. Jamal Khader, co author of the Kairos Palestine and Br. Peter Bray, Vice Chancellor of Bethlehem University. You will all be very welcome
The Kairos Palestine is a powerful and evocative document in criticism of the illegal occupation of Palestine , and it has made a major impact on behalf of Occupied Palestine across the world. It is attached here.
5.00 pm light refreshments for a 5.30 start, to finish about 7.30 on Friday 19th October, in the Clinton Auditorium in Belfield UCD, just off the Stillorgan Road, with car park beside it
Hope to see you there,
Dr John Kelly
University College Dublin
The Friends of Bethlehem University in Ireland
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