Sunday, January 15, 2012

More January events

Friday 20th January, Saskatchewan Room, Exeter College, Turl Street, Oxford, 7.30pm - 9.30p
Dicussion with As'ad AbuKhalil aka 'The Angry Arab' : The Case Against Israel

Oxford Students' Palestine Society is very excited to be hosting As'ad Abukhalil aka 'The Angry Arab', Lebanese-American professor of political science at California State University and author of several books. He is also famous for his online blog, 'The Angry Arab News Service':

He will be speaking in Oxford as part of his UK-wide tour in January, organised by the University of Birmingham Friends of Palestine Society. The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.

Here is a snippet on youtube of one of As'ad Abukhalil's previous talks at the University of Massachusetts a few years ago:

Science Oxford is putting on the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition from 29 January to the 11 March. (Oxford, 29 January 2012 to 11 March 2012, Science Oxford, 1-5 London Place St Clements Oxford OX4 1BD). http:// www: Unfotunatelythey are being sponsored by Veolia.. Everything we need to know about Veolia is here: Both the Boycott Israeli Goods website ( and the resource website for PSC branches and Solidarity Activists ( have information and campaign material on Veolia, such as letters, leaflets, petitions and posters.

Wednesday February 1st, 7:30: St Margaret’s Church, St Margaret’s Road, Oxford.
Palestine: Building For Conflict or Peace?
The impact of closures, restrictions, land confiscations and house demolitions, and the work taking place to rebuild both structures and hope

Nicholas Dudley, F,R,C,S: Lead Clinician of the JR teaching team to Al Quds University. Medical.School in E.Jerusalem & the W.Bank.
Abdalrahman Kittana: Birzeit University, Palestine and currently British Council Scholarship Student, Oxford Brookes University
Tilly Forster: Volunteer House Rebuilder with the Amos Trust, in Al-Walaja, Palestine
Talks and discussion to be followed by Palestinian refreshments.

We are planning several more events for this year including a panel on Jerusalem, and a meeting on the situation of Palestinian Christians.