The Parents Circle-Bereaved Families Forum (PCFF) is being threatened with tough new restrictions on its activities by Israel’s recently-elected coalition government. The most extreme anti-Palestinian factions in the Cabinet have taken control of both the education and security ministries and are trying to clamp down on PCFF activities.

They are planning to curtail the organisation’s access to high schools, where bereaved Israeli and Palestinian families have for years been allowed to meet groups of teenagers before they are called up for army service.

What is the government of Israel afraid of?

Can it just cancel freedom of speech?

How can PCFF continue to advocate for reconciliation, not revenge?

To learn what PCFF is doing to counter this attack from extremists, come to our webinar on 23rd February and hear from those who are directly involved.

Speakers will include:

PCFF Co-Directors Yuval Rahamim and Osama Abu Ayash
Mohamed Abu Jafar who runs the PCFF summer camp for young people
Robi Damelin, international spokesperson for PCFF

Register here to join us at 6.30pm on Thursday 23rd February.

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