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Ali Abunimah: Benefit for Children in Gaza 

Sun., Feb. 28 2010
510-548-0542
www.mecaforpeace.org

Back by popular demand!

ALI ABUNIMAH, co-founder of the Electronic Intifada and author of "One Country: A Bold Proposal to End the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse," speaks on "How We Can Complete the Gaza Freedom March".

Sunday, February 28, 2010, 7pm
King Middle School, 1781 Rose Street, Berkeley
(near North Berkeley BART)

Tickets ($15, $8 for students) are available from our website www.mecaforpeace.org. You may also call 510-548-0542, or email events@mecaforpeace.org.

$15 tickets are also available at area bookstores: (East Bay) Diesel, Pegasus/Solano, Pegasus/Shattuck, Walden Pond; (SF) Modern Times.

Benefit for children in Gaza, no one turned away for lack of funds. Wheelchair accessible, ASL interpreted.

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