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Book Talk & Dinner - Adelaide

  • Parawana Restaurant 124B Henley Beach Road Torrensville, SA, 5031 Australia (map)

APHEDA Meet & Greet

Dinner & Book Talk with Olfat Mahmoud

Tears for Tarshiha

Adelaide, SA

Olfat’s life mission is to fulfil the dream of her parents and grandparents to return to their hometown, Tarshiha in Palestine. Her determination to help her people in their fight to return to their homeland, has led to a nursing career that has placed her at the front line of atrocious massacres and wars in the Middle East.

Tears for Tarshiha follows Olfat’s career – as a registered nurse, the director of an international NGO, an internationally recognised peace activist, and most recently, the recipient of a doctorate – amid the death and destruction of Lebanon’s many conflicts; and chronicles the Palestinian people’s remarkable capacity for love and bravery in the most extreme conditions. Olfat’s extraordinary story is emblematic of the Palestinian plight, illustrating their continued survival and determination that has become an inconvenience to the international community.

Despite Olfat’s parents and grandparents never seeing Tarshiha again, this book is part of Olfat’s ongoing campaign to keep her people’s predicament in the public consciousness. This is their story, and the story of all Palestinians and their descendants who were forced from their homeland.

Tickets $45 - RSVP required

Venue: Parawana Restaurant, 124b Henley Beach Rd, Torrensville SA
Date: Thursday 30 August 2018
Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm
RSVP by 10 August to aphedaadelaide@gmail.com

Event details at WEBSITE

Hosted by APHEDA Adelaide Activist Group.


[Note: this is not an AFOPA-organised event; AFOPA takes no responsibility or liability for this event.]

Earlier Event: August 29
Film Screening - From Under The Rubble
Later Event: August 31
Breaking the Gaza blockade