I am neither a historian, decent author or a journalist and the chances are, unless there is a link or reference to somewhere else, the perpetrator is your's truly-Renaud Sarda.
I created this blog as a focal point, to arm friends and people with arguments and facts that they could perhaps use to counter the anti- Israel propaganda, biased media and Israel boycott campaign.
I am a Zionist and a proud Sephardi Jew who will fly the Israeli flag, and defend whatever Israel does.
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
The Forgotten Refugees and Elections plus Free Pizza
This is our last event of the year and it is very important in more ways than one. With the help of Stand With Us UK and Harif, we will be showing a short award winning* film called 'The Forgotten Refugees' about the mass numbers of Jewish Refugees who fled or were expelled from Arab countries especially after the State of Israel was established. Following the short film we are very lucky to have a Jew of Persian background, Matti Haron, who will share his fascinating story with us of various experiences in Arab countries and Iran. He will share his personal tale and his consequential beliefs and values on Israel and being Jewish.
IMPORTANT - ****ELECTIONS**** - PLEASE READ
It is very important we have elections because if we do not we will be de-ratified as a society and King's will have no Jewish Society which will be very sad. We have to elect five people to be on the committee for next year. It is absolutely imperative this happens before next year so we can make a massive improvement on this year. Again, if it doesn't happen before the end of term the Student Union will ban us.
We need the following positions (or any others people can think of):
Please write on the wall if you want to apply for any position. You can make a small manifesto speech at the event. It is essential that we do this or next year will be a shambles.
FREE KOSHER PIZZA AND DRINKS WILL BE PROVIDED.
* Winner of Marbella International Film Festival 2007 and Warsaw Jewish Film Festival 2006