68 years and no way home

Cork, Republic of Ireland last night: Rafeef Ziadah reciting her famous poem "We teach life, Sir" and several other pieces soaked with grief and wonder of experiencing the other, undocumented side of a life as refugee of a country, in which no-one is aloud to go back to.

Starting point is Al-Nakba, the catastrophe, now 68 years ago. Even after generations have suffered estranged lives, having been expelled from their homes, their villages, their cities, every parh home is prohibited. Rejected.

Music with Phil Monsour, voice and guitar. An evening about the importance of the BDS movement. An eveving of pain, of acknowledgment and even some hope. Sure an evening to strengthen our hearts that pounder for the resistance against the occupation of Palestine through the Israeli government.

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