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To mark the 40th anniversary of the Six Day War, the Tel Aviv Cinemateque is exhibiting clips from the film Encounter Point, a film about the Arab-Israeli conflict. Details:  Today, Tuesday June 5th, 4 pm until midnight – an event … Read More

By / June 5, 2007

To mark the 40th anniversary of the Six Day War, the Tel Aviv Cinemateque is exhibiting clips from the film Encounter Point, a film about the Arab-Israeli conflict. Details: 

Today, Tuesday June 5th, 4 pm until midnight – an event at the Tel Aviv Cinematheque sponsored by Machsom Watch, Combatants for Peace,  IPCRI, Yesh Din and the Public Committee Against Torture in Israel. Clips of Encounter Point will be screened between 7:30 and 9:45 pm. On June 8th and 9th, Encounter Point will be screening at  IPCRI's "June 5th Initiative" event in Tantur, between Jerusalem and Bethlehem. Producer Joline Makhlouf will attend along with members of the Bereaved Families Forum. These two days will include participation by the Sulha Peace Project, a concert with David Broza,  Combatants for Peace and many more. Visit  www.june5.org for details. Also, as you know, for the last few years Just Vision has been publishing interviews with nonviolent peace builders online at  Justvision.org. Every few weeks we add another in-depth portrait in order to inform audiences about the challenges, opportunities and lessons learned by a wide array of courageous civilians from both societies who are working to move their peoples in the direction of peace. Please visit our site to read the latest online interviews, with David Lisbona of  Middleway,  Gisha and The People's Voice; Michal Eskenazi of the  Young Israeli Forum for Cooperation; and  Majed Tbeileh of the Nablus Youth Federation and The Future Generation Hands Committee.

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