dinsdag 28 februari 2012
18:00 tot 20:30
2.40 Francis Bancroft Building, Queen Mary University
of London, Mile End
== Think Again: Is A Two State Solution More Viable than One? ==
QMUL Palestine Solidarity Society invites you to attend a discussion of solutions to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, the longest currently existing problem in the world.
Our panel of speakers currently include:
DR. AZZAM TAMIMI – a British Palestinian academic and political activist. He received a Ph.D. in Political Theory at the University of Westminster. Dr. Tamimi is currently the director of Institute of Islamic Political Thought in London and appears regularly on Al Jazeera, Press TV and other Arabic and English language television stations, and frequently publishes opinion pieces in the Guardian.
BARONESS TONGE – Dr. Jennifer Louise Tonge is a UK politician. She used to be Liberal Democrat MP for Richmond Park in London between 1997 to 2005 and is now currently a peer in the House of Lords. Baroness Tonge is an outspoken critic of Israel and regularly comments on the ongoing conflict. She is also a qualified medical doctor.
PROF. HAIM BESHEETH – a filmmaker, photographer and a film studies scholar. He is currently Deputy Head of Social Sciences, Media and Cultural Studies, and School Director of Research at University of East London since early 2002. Prof. Besheeth has authored and edited numerous books about Middle Eastern conflicts including ‘Khamsin: Palestine – A Profile of an Occupation’ and ‘The Gulf War and the New World Order.’ His best selling title is ‘The Holocaust for Beginners.’ Haim Besheeth had also been a Film Studies Lecturer at Kolnoa Lanoar Film Institute in Israel.
All QM Students are allowed to attend.
However non-QM external students must register prior to attending.
If you are an external student and wish to attend this event, can you please send an email including your Full Name and University of Study to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shortly before the day of the event, we will confirm your registration.
One State or Two State Solution
Tuesday 28th February 2012