Mississauga: Film screening of “Occupation 101”



(the catastrophe)


In 1948, the world witnessed the forcible expulsion of the Palestinians from their land in order to create the state of Israel. The Palestinians refer to this injustice as Al Nakba. Across Ontario this year progressive and democratic organizations are marking 60 years of Al Nakba not as some event of the past but as an ongoing historical problem demanding a just solution. The screening of Occupation 101 is part of this year long commemoration.

Film screening:





A 90 minute award-winning documentary film on the root causes of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict followed by discussion

Thurs. April 17

7 pm

Palestine House

3195 Erindale Station Road

(between Dundas St. and Burnhamthorpe Rd.)

Sponsored by:

Brampton Coalition for Peace and Justice

Mississauga Coalition for Peace and Justice

Young Muslims

Contact: www.mcpj.org/ info@mcpj.org


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