Soft spoken Tarek Loubani is not only a courageous emergency physician who has put himself at great risk to help wounded Palestinians in Gaza, he is also an amazing inventor. He has created cheap medical tools for use in Gaza because Israel makes it very hard to bring in medical equipment. See more….
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wrote an urgent letter to Prime Minister Trudeau imploring him to oppose the decision of the International Criminal Court to investigate Israel for potential war crimes. The ICC investigation, if it can’t be stopped, will be a big problem for both Trudeau and Netanyahu. But it could be an even bigger problem for Benny Gantz, (lower right) the man who would like to replace Netanyahu. Read why…(more…)
Tarek Loubani is a Palestinian-Canadian emergency physician who regularly volunteers in the Gaza Strip. On January 14th, Dr. Loubani will discuss his experiences on the front lines delivering healthcare in Gaza’s largest hospital, Al-Shifa and on the front lines of the recent Great March of Return. He will be introduced by Alex Neve, Secretary General of Amnesty International Canada. Read more…and come to hear them both…(more…)
Salman Abu Sitta was ten years old when his Palestinian village was overrun by Zionist forces and his family forced to take refuge in Gaza. His life in exile took him to many countries, including Canada where he became a citizen, taught at UWO and even helped found the Canadian Arab Federation. But he never gave up thinking about and planning for the day when he and his family would return to the land from which he was expelled. A new memoir sheds light on the drama of his expulsion, and the struggle to regain justice for Palestinian refugees. Read more.(more…)
Israeli President Reuvin Rivlin will decide whether Benjamin Netanyahu (r) gets to form a new Likud government, or if that privilege will go to Benny Ganz (l), Netanyahu’s former top general and leader of the “Blue and White” party. The election revealed some interesting paradoxes about Israel. Read more.