The Madison-Rafah Sister City Project

Year: 2003

  • The Palestine Monitor, 2 Sep 2003 Aya Fayad was one little girl out of one million eighty-five thousand Palestinian children, who should be having their first day back at school […]

  • South Central Federation of Labor Meeting Monday, September 15 7 pm Madison Labor Temple, 1602 S. Park St. Contact: Ron Blascoe, c/o RafahSisterCity at Multicultural Student Coalition Meeting Tuesday, […]

  • Tale of boy’s life in West Bank prompts pressure groups to call for withdrawal Fiachra Gibbons, The Guardian, August 23, 2003 Jewish pressure groups are calling on a publisher to […]

  • MG&E Innovation Center, 505 S. Rosa Rd., Madison 7:00pm This is a meeting to gear up for our fall plans, which are extensive and growing. SUMMARY OF MRSCP STATUS (Please […]

  • Fragments of Rafah

    An iron wall on the right, a line of rubble from destroyed homes on the left, one of many toxic untreated human waste in the foreground are all that remains […]

  • Gush Shalom, August 20, 2003 The horrifying suicide bombing in Jerusalem, in which dozens of innocent civians were killed and wounded, deserves to be condemned in the sharpest terms. We […]

  • Jewish Peace News, 10 Aug 2003 [Israel’s new citizenship law, passed recently by a wide margin in the Knesset, denies any Palestinian who is married to an Israeli citizen the […]

  • Mohammed Omer, Rafah Today, 8 Aug 2003 Everyone in Palestine tastes the Occupation crimes, this occupation which wasn’t kind to children, women, old men, old women, and youth also, every […]

  • Israel’s crackdown on international peace activists raises grave concerns. Muna Hamzeh, Al-Ahram Weekly, 29 May – 4 June 2003 At a time when world attention is focussed on the Israeli […]