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All you didn’t want to know about
East Jerusalem
and were afraid to ask

After the third meeting


Two months ago, we started a series of lectures and discussions in Barbur regarding East Jerusalem. Last Monday (April 10) we met with the lawyer Said Ghalieh and Ibtesam Terabieh, coordinator of Ataa Center (the Office for Information and Assistance for East Jerusalem Residents in matters concerning the Ministry of Interior).
The main subjects of the discussion were the 2003 law limiting citizenship and entry into Israel and issues concerning family unification and child registration in East Jerusalem.

For more information, please see:
Adalah, The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel
Shahar Ilan’s article in “Ha’aretz”

Screenings at Barbur:
“The Inner Tour”


Thursday 06.04, 21:00

A film by Ra’anan Alexandrowicz
“The Inner Tour”

A few months before the outbreak of the 2001 – 2002 Middle East violent clashes,
a group of Palestinians, residents of the West Bank and Gaza Strip, embarked on a 3-day sightseeing bus tour through the state of Israel.
The group visits a country they live in, but within which they are not allowed to move about. It is an alienating state, under whose occupation they live. Now traveling through it, they meet Israelis, and discover how easy and how hard it is for them to be here.

Director: Ra’anan Alexandrowicz
Cinematographer: Shark (Sharon) De Mayo
Editor: Ron Goldman
Producers: Liran Atzmore, Raed Andoni

Screenings at Barbur


Monday 27.03, 20:30

A film by Efraim Kishon
The Big Dig (1969)

A madman escapes from the asylum in Tel-Aviv, and starts digging a canal right in the middle of one of the main streets…

Food for thoughts: Uri Klein’s article about Efraim Kishon in “Haarez” (Hebrew).