Jewish/Palestinian Peace Movement Representatives tour North America

Two young activist women representing a new Jewish-Palestinian Israeli grassroots peace movement, Ta’ayush (Arabic for co-existence), will be touring Toronto from June 22 – 26. Ta’ayush organizes convoys of food, medicine and other necessities to besieged Palestinian towns and refugee camps, and promotes cooperation between Israelis and Palestinians. Leena Dallasheh and Noa Nativ will speak about the activities of Ta’ayush, about the ways Israelis and Palestinians can live and work together in peace, and about the current efforts to stop the expulsion of Palestinians from South Hebron. Speaking In Toronto:

  • Sunday, June 23rd @ 7:30 pm**, Morris Winchevsky Centre, 585 Cranbrooke Ave., (5 blocks north of Lawrence, east ofBathurst Contact: Ann Pohl (416) 789-5502

  • Tuesday, June 25th @ 7:30 pm**, Medical Sciences Auditorium, Univ. of Toronto,1 King’s College Circle, across fromConvocation Hall, (Queen’s Park subway – north of College, east of St. George) Contact: Esther Vise (416) 535-1812

Dallasheh and Nativ will visit Toronto, Montreal, Nelson, Seattle, and Vancouver between June 22 and July 4. For information, interviews, or photos, please contact: Esther Vise (416) 535-1812 or by email at esthervisesympatico.ca