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A Tour and Public Apology event in the destroyed village Bayt Nattif
A Tour and Public Apology event in the destroyed village Bayt Nattif
Friday, Nov. 18th at 11:00 - 13:00
The event is organized by Zochrot and Erik Ader, a former ambassador of the
Netherlands, to apologize for the fact that JNF has planted 1100 trees on
the land of the refugees of Bayt Nattif to honour his father, the Reverend
Bastiaan Jan Ader who saved Jews during the 2nd world war.
Transportation from Tel Aviv, from the Arlozorov Train Station at 9:30
The tour will be guided in Hebrew & Arabic. Interpretation to English will
be available.
To join, please register in advance at Tours@zochrot.org
For more information: Zochrot 03-6953155; Umar al-Ghubari 052-8743099
Further details: Zochrot website, Facebook event

The Olive Tree Campaign and the Dutch Plant, an Olive Tree
foundation, invite the public to take part in a ceremony and planting 1100
olive trees, donated by Erik Ader on the anniversary of the death of his
father,
Reverend Bastiaan Jan Ader who died in 1944.
The event will take place on Nov. 20th between 10:00 - 15:00
in the village Far`ata near Qalqilia
For further information, please contact Muhanad Qaisy, at olivetree@jai-
pal.org
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