The ARGENTUM POST Supports the Educational Project of the “Museum of the Palestinian People” for Peace, Justice, and Security to be Restored to Palestinians and Jews in Palestine1
September 5, 2018 by Alfred
I am the Writer/Editor of the ARGENTUM POST, and as a friend of Fritzi Cohen who is the owner of the historic Tabard Inn in Washington, DC I am hereby delighted to be forwarding to you all an announcement/invitation I received from Fritzi who asked me to disseminate said announcement/invitation to all I feel may be interested in attending this inaugural event which is aimed at launching a ” Museum of the Palestinian People ” in Washington, DC.
The event will take place on Monday September 24, 2018 at the Historic Tabard Inn in Washington, DC
For additional information about this event go to <email@example.com> and/or contact Fritzi Cohen at <firstname.lastname@example.org> .
There has been a woeful dearth of educational information in the mainstream media and in the major educational institutions in the United States about the historical reality of the Palestinian people and about their 70 year horrific repression since Israel was created in 1948.
This project at long last, will contribute in a major way to end this major negligence to inform and educate objectively the American public and has the potential to thereby contribute to in a major and significant way to a just and peaceful resolution of the conflict generated by the way Israel was created and subsequently by the way its territory was robbed from them as Israel started to hegemonically invade and annex Palestinian territory since 1967 by international law, Geneva Convention, and UN Resolutions egregious violations with thus far, total impunity.
Palestinians refugees and their descendants have a right to return to their land and have a right to have their dignity respected and their quest for freedom and democracy realized. This is not only valid for the sake of the Palestinian people but for the sake of peace, harmony, prosperity, security of Jews in Palestine as well as for the ending of the destabilization and destructive violence throughout the Middle East.
What a wonderful project! Thanks for sharing this good news and for your support of the Museum of the Palestinian people.