1 December 2015: The newest developments in Palestine and the role of the resistance and solidarity movements

Meeting in Theater X, Wiclefstraße 32 (S-Bahn Beusselstraße), Tuesday 1 December at 7pm


Saeed Amireh is Palestinian, born 1991 in the village of Ni’lin, West of Ramallah. His village is situated in Area C, part of the 62% of the West Bank which is under full Israeli military rule, and is strongly affected by the surrounding colonies and the Wall.

Saeed is a young leader in the Palestinian grassroots movement in the West Bank. The imprisonment of his father pushed him, at 17 years old, to reach out to the world via social networks, teaching himself English, in order to raise the bail for his father and other political prisoners. As a former political prisoner himself and human rights defender, he has risen awareness all around the world about the life of Palestinians under the Israeli occupation by participating to international conferences and debates in different countries such as Sweden, Norway, Germany, France, Finland, Spain, Italy and Australia.

As part of the opening festival of the youth theatre Theater X in Berlin-Moabit, Saeed will  be speaking at a meeting organised by our group together with Amnesty International, the Palestinian Student group  and others. Saeed will speak at 7pm, with a musical programme starting at 6pm. The meeting will be in English with translation into German.

More information: http://www.grenzen-los.eu/event/die-juengsten-entwicklungen-in-palaestina-und-die-rolle-der-widerstands-und-solidaritaetsbewegung/, https://nilindeutschland.wordpress.com/.