The Joint Memorial Day Ceremony 2022

The Joint Memorial Day Ceremony 20222022-05-19T09:56:40+03:00

The 2022 Israeli-Palestinian Joint Memorial Day Ceremony

May 3rd 2022


The 2022 Israeli-Palestinian Joint Memorial Day Ceremony – May 3rd 8:30PM

After the Ceremony ended we invited you to join Zoom sessions

To hear the recordings of the Zoom conversations – click on the room’s name


Dialogue meeting (Hebrew) with PCFF members

Eytan Amir, who lost his brother, and Ashraf Abu Ayash, who lost his father and grandfather, told their personal stories, and spoke about their journeys that led them to PCFF

Language: Hebrew | Translation: To Arabic

Dialogue meeting (Arabic) with PCFF members

Yakub Rabi, who lost his wife, and Kamaal Zidane, who lost two sons, told their personal stories and spoke about their journeys that led them to PCFF

Language: Arabic | Translation: To Hebrew

Dialogue meeting (English) with PCFF members

Laila Alsheikh, who lost her baby son, and Tal Kfir Schurr, who lost her sister, told their personal story and talked about their journey to the PCFF

Language: English | Translation: To Hebrew

The place of compassion

Tuli Flint, a social worker who treats PTSD and CFP’s Israeli general coordinator; and Sulaiman Khatib, co-founder of CFP, spoke on the meaning of compassion in our lives, and about the work of bi-national organizations who take action to bring peace

Language: English | Translation: To Hebrew

The place of transformation

Tal Sagi, who grew up in a settlement and served in the Israeli military in Hebron, spoke about her journey from there to her role today, coordinating all education activities in Breaking The Silence

Language: Hebrew | Translation: To English

The safe space

Bentzi Banderas served as a combatant in the Israeli military in the West Bank and fought in “Protective Edge”, spoke on his journey which led him to his role in Breaking The Silence as the coordinator for Diaspora Jewry

Language: English | Translation: To Arabic

The brave place – The place of dialogue

Scott Rasmussen, CEO of “Hands of Peace”, talked with the organization’s alumni about the courage to talk and listen to the “other” and about the significance – and limitations – of dialogue

Language: English | Translation: To Hebrew

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