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It has been almost two years now since Castlebar businessman Mustapha Aboubi, owner of the Olive Tree restaurant at Market Square, launched his appeal for Syria.
MEMBERS OF Ramallah’s El Funoun Dance Troupe, who work in refugee camps, villages, and cities throughout Palestine, will perform at the fourth Galway Dance Days festival.
BEFORE THE Israeli occupation of the Golan Heights, there were 139 Arab villages. Today, only five remain, and one of these, Majdal Shams, is the subject of a documentary to be screened in the Town Hall Theatre.
SYRIAN WRITER Amani Maihoub will read her fiction at the launch of issue 37 of Galway based magazine Crannóg.
YOUNG, VIBRANT, proud, and engaging, the Lajee Dabka Dancers, will bring the traditional dance styles of Palestine to Monroe’s Live next week.
Mustapha Aoubi and family at The Olive Tree restaurant, in Newtown Street, Castlebar, have organised local support for the Human Appeal International aid to Syria, by opening a collection depot in Newtown Street, Castlebar, for the collection of used and new clothing, footwear, and blankets for the Syrian refugees before the winter sets in.
Anna Baltzer a Jewish-American, the granddaughter of Holocaust refugees, and an award-winning lecturer, author, and activist will be speaking in Galway this weekend.
IN 1967 Israel captured the Golan Heights from Syria. Before the occupation, there were 139 villages. Following the occupation, 130,000 Syrians were forced from their homes. Today only five villages remain.
As Irish troops once again depart for Lebanon, the Irish Lebanese Cultural Foundation will celebrate its 10-year anniversary in Kilkenny tomorrow, with a day of musical, cultural and intellectual arts.