Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
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[Dublin] Raja Shehadeh in conversations (IFL Dublin)

Palestine’s leading writer, Raja Shehadeh was described by Colm Tóibín as ‘a great inquiring spirit with a tone that is vivid, ironic, melancholy and wise’. Also a lawyer and founder of human rights organisation Al-Haq, Shehadeh joins ILFDublin to discuss his book Where the Line is Drawn: Crossing Boundaries in Occupied Palestine. John Berger said of Shehadeh’s Palestinian Walks: Notes on a Vanishing Landscape — winner of the 2008 Orwell Prize for Political Writing — ‘Towards any proper understanding of history there are many small paths. I strongly suggest you walk with him.’ Don’t miss your chance to do so!  The event is chaired by Martin Doyle, Books Editor of the Irish Times

Date Tuesday, 23 May

Time 8:00PM

Venue Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin

Price €12 / €10 – BOOK TICKETS HERE

Organised by the International Festival of Literature, Dublin

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