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POSTPONED / Sat. Feb. 27: They demolish, We build - Constructing a playground in Yanun
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THIS HAS BEEN POSTPONED
The construction of the playground in Yanun, in memory of Abir Aramin has been postponed.
We will publish the new date soon
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Constructing a playground in Yanun, in memory of Abir Aramin
Yanun is a small, isolated Palestinian village that lies approximately 12km southeast of Nablus. The residents have been suffering for a long time from recurring harassments by the settlers of Itamar and the other unauthorized outposts in the area.
The Tel Aviv-Nablus branch of Combatants for Peace has maintained a relationship with the people of Yanun for a few years.
Due to the obstacles raised by the Occupation, and the geographic remoteness, the infrastructures that the residents and their children enjoy are extremely limited. Therefore a playground will be built for the children of the village.
The playground will be built in memory of Abir Aramin (daughter of Bassam, a founding member of Combatants for Peace) who was shot and killed by a Border Police officer in 2007.
This will be the third playground dedicated to Abir in the West Bank and will be a collaborative project with Rebuilding Alliance.
Come and help us build, together with the villagers and residents of the greater area.
We will meet at Merkaz-Savidor Train Station (Tel Aviv) on Saturday, February 27th, at 9:30, and leave by organized transportation. Planned return at 16:00.
Come in clothes that you are comfortable and don’t mind getting dirty; and bring water and a light meal.
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See you soon!
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