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"We act not because we are hopeful, but because it is the right thing to do. We act because we have been inspired by our Palestinian friends and because of all that we have learnt from them." Amos Director Chris Rose writes about the 70th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba — or 'catastrophe'.
A play by Ahmed Masoud
Loosely based on a real-life character still living in Gaza, 'The Shroud Maker' is a dark new satire, telling one woman’s story of survival.
“For us, it has always been very straightforward, if a government refuses to acknowledge international law and to deny basic human rights, then we have to pursue the non-violent means available to us – to challenge this situation. BDS reflects one of these tools.” Amos Director Chris Rose writes about the call to support Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions against Israel.
Tara Wigley tells the story of her first-time marathon — in Palestine. “I thought we were going on the culinary tour,” my husband said, about a week before we were due to go to Palestine with Amos Trust.
"Our apology for the impact of Balfour on Palestinians, our rejection of Theresa May’s decision that the British government would be celebrating Balfour and acknowledgement that we had no right to promise this land to another was broadcast live on Palestine TV and set in motion a press onslaught that would follow us through the rest of the Walk." A Just Walk to Jerusalem reflection from Amos Director Chris Rose.
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