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Program Information
Israeli Apartheid Week 2010
Palestinian citizens of Israel under apartheid
Speech
Jamal Zahalka
 Aaron  Contact Contributor
A lecture by Palestinian-Israeli member of the Knesset Jamal Zahalka, as part of Israeli Apartheid Week 2010 in Montreal
iaw-mtl@riseup.net

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Dr. Zahalka’s lecture explores how apartheid operates within the state of Israel through the systemic racism and exclusion of its indigenous Palestinian citizens which is built into the very fabric of so-called Israeli democracy. By highlighting the oppressive realities faced by Palestinian-Israelis, such as continued evictions and house demolitions, the attack on Palestinian political organizing, a lack of access to land, water and other basic social services, and a two-tiered education system, Zahalka exposes the true nature of Israeli apartheid inside ‘48.

Speaker bio:
Dr. Jamal Zahalka, MK is a member of the political leadership of Balad - The National Democratic Assembly in the Israeli Knesset (Parliament). Dr. Zahalka was one of the leaders and founders of the anti-occupation movement within the Green Line in the 1980s, and was imprisoned in 1972 for 2 years for being politically active. He is the Former General Director of the AHALI Center for Community Development, and a member of Education and Culture Committee, The Science and Technology Committee, and the Committee for War Against Drugs in the Knesset. Dr. Zahalka works as a pharmacist, speaks Arabic, Hebrew, and English, and currently resides in Kfar Qara with his wife and five children.

For more information:
www.iawmontreal.org
iaw-mtl@riseup.net

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