Gideon Levy: Going Against the Grain

Israeli hero journalist Gideon Levy, described as ‘the most hated man in Israel’ has made it his life’s work to draw the attention of the Israeli public to the evils of the Occupation. Now ‘Going Against the Grain’, a documentary film by Bilal Yousef about Levy and some of the courageous Palestinians he has attempted to help, is being shown as part of the
Al Jazeera World series.

According to the Al Jazeera programme guide, this documentary will be shown (again) at the following times:
Mon 18 February 2013,  1-2 am
Tues 19 February 2013,  6-7 am

The programme can also be viewed online
http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/aljazeeraworld/2013/02/2013212837310172.html

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About Oban Concern for Palestine

. . . supporting people in Palestine and Israel who oppose the occupation of the West Bank and Gaza. Oban Concern for Palestine are a group of Argyll residents who share an interest in Palestine, a friendship with its people and a deep concern for their welfare. And, for the sake of Israel, we want to encourage the government of Israel to comply with international law. Oban Concern for Palestine believe that the oppression of the Palestinian people is a grave wrong, that the government of Israel is in violation of international law, and that we have a duty to speak up and do what we can to bring it to an end. We welcome new members and supporters. For more information, please contact obanconcern4palestine AT gmail DOT com • +44 7747 300 062 • Oban Concern for Palestine, c/o Stronchriach, Rowan Road, Oban, Argyll, PA34 5TY, UK
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