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Event: International Conference: Against Zionism: Jewish Perspectives, 2nd July 2006, UK

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Speakers: Rabbi Yisroel Weiss, Uri Davis, Prof. Yakov Rabkin, John Rose, Roland Rance, Jeffrey Blankfort, Rabbi Ahron Cohen, Stanley Cohen

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Islamic Human Rights Commission
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PRESS RELEASE: International Conference: Against Zionism: Jewish Perspectives, 2nd July 2006, UK

Event details
Against Zionism: Jewish Perspectives
Brunei Gallery, School of African and Oriental Studies, University of London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Sunday 02 July 2006
9:30am – 7:00pm

A one day conference organised by the Islamic Human Rights Commission in conjunction with NEDA supported by Friends of Al-Aqsa, Islam Channel,
The 1990 Trust, Crescent International, Institute of Contemporary Islamic Thought, Innovative Minds, Neturei Karta, Justice for Palestine Committee and Muslim Weekly.

This conference is being facilitated to provide an opportunity for peoples of many different confessional backgrounds and none to listen to and interrogate some of the ideas of academics and activists who have opposed Zionism and who hail from Jewish backgrounds.

We hope this conference will give inspire activists, as well as open up optimistic and fruitful debate.

Confirmed Speakers:
Jeffrey Blankfort, San Francisco
Rabbi Ahron Cohen, Manchester
Stanley Cohen, New York
Dr Uri Davis, Sakhnin
John Rose, London
Roland Rance, London
Professor Yakov Rabkin, Montreal
Michael Warschawski, Jerusalem
Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss, New York

For more information, please contact the Press Office on (+44) 20 8904 4222 or (+44) 7958 522 196 or info@ihrc.org. Press need to pre-register to attend the conference.[END]

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