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Stormy weather, tree planting at Duma Village put off
I would like to let you know that the tree planting at Duma Village,
scheduled for Mon. Jan. 25, were put off due to the stormy weather.
We will give notice of the new time.
Rabbi Arik Ascherman
President and Senior Rabbi
Rabbis For Human Rights
Office Telephone: 972 2 6482757
Cell Phone: 972 50 5607034
U.S. Cell: (206) 250-1451
Fax: 972 2 6783611
TU B`SHEVAT 2016!
Join Rabbis for Human Rights on Monday January 25th as we plant trees in the
Palestinian village of Duma for Tu B’Shevat, the Jewish version of Arbor
With tensions high, now is the time to show the world that solidarity and
fellowship between Jews, Israelis and Palestinians is possible!
JOIN RABBIS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AS WE PLANT OLIVE SAPLINGS IN THE PALESTINIAN
VILLAGE OF DUMA, WHERE THE HORRIFIC ARSON MURDERS OCCURRED LAST SUMMER, AND
WHERE OLIVE SAPLINGS WERE UPROOTED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT 5 YEARS AGO.
Your participation takes a stand against Jewish extremism, shows
Palestinians a different face of Judaism, promotes solidarity and fellowship
between Palestinians and Israelis, and directly benefits generations of
Palestinians to come. Plus – you’ll have fun while doing it!
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ADDITIONAL TU B`SHEVAT EVENTS:
In addition to the planting in the occupied territories on the 25th, RHR
will hold three additional Tu B’Shevat events:
**Planting in an underprivileged Israeli neighbourhood in Beit Shean
** Tu B’Shevat social justice seder (January 25th)**
**Additional planting in the occupied territories especially for rabbinical,
cantorial, and other international students (January 29th)**
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TRANSPORTATION FOR THE 25TH:
Tel Aviv pick up (Arlozorov Station) 9am
Jerusalem pick up (Liberty Bell Park) 9am
Return by 1pm from the planting in Duma. We expect to finish around 5pm with
the planting in Beit Shean.
For more information and to sign up, please email our office at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 02 648 2757. Please be sure to indicate
which parts of the day you will join us for and what your transportation
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