06 November: 17:30 – 21:00
Bolivar Hall/Venezuelan Embassy
54 Grafton Way, W1T 5DL (tube: Warren St / Euston Square)
London, United Kingdom
10 YEARS SINCE THE INTIFADA series
THE OUTBREAK OF THE INTIFADA: TURNING BACK THE EMPIRE
…”How the Intifada contributed to the end of a unipolar world”
This is the second event in a series of events which commemorates 10 years since the eruption of the defining struggle of our generation – the Al-Aqsa / Second Intifada against the zionist-apartheid state. It is also a salute to that struggle.
The first event entitled: “INTERNATIONALISM & SOLIDARITY WITH PALESTINE: We are not liberating Palestine, Palestine is liberating us” on Sat 02 Oct was a huge success with 300 people in attendance for an evening of film, music and some of the most challenging debates heard at a political event.
This event however will explore why the Second Intifada broke out; the impact of the Intifada on regional and international relations; how the Intifada fits in with the resistance in Iraq, Lebanon and Afghanistan; and finally the Intifada’s and the Palestinian Revolution’s relationship with the rising Third World.
- There will be large prints from paintings from artists from Gaza
- There will also be an exclusive photo gallery compiled by journalist and war correspondent Mustafa Khalili who covered the Intifada
1730: Doors open
1800: Introduction my Moktar Alatas
- LEILA KHALED (20min video talk exclusive and specific to this event)
- Statement of support from Venezuelan Ambassador – Samuel Moncada
- George Galloway
- Massoud Shedrajeh (Islamic Human Rights Commission)
- chair – Sukant Chandan
- The organisers reserve the right to eject anyone causing distress or disruption to the event. There will be friendly but firm security at the event.
- No persons or organisations are allowed to distribute material at this event without prior permission from the event organisers.
- Please note that the whole event is being filmed and will be put on youtube
The ’10 years since the eruption of the Intifada’ is an initiative of Sons of Malcolm, although people are more than welcome to get involved by getting in touch with event organiser: