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Happening NOW: Detroit activists are getting arrested after blockading the trucks that disconnect people’s water. Activists promise today’s protest will be followed by a much larger demonstration next week on the 18th.  For more info on how you can help, visit the Detroit Water Brigade: http://detroitwaterbrigade.org/



Support our legal fund by making a donation:http://detroitwaterbrigade.org/donate/ Or provide relief for a family in need:http://detroitwaterbrigade.org/in-kind-donations-online/

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Happening NOW: Detroit activists are getting arrested after blockading the trucks that disconnect people’s water. Activists promise today’s protest will be followed by a much larger demonstration next week on the 18th.

For more info on how you can help, visit the Detroit Water Brigade:

http://detroitwaterbrigade.org/

Support our legal fund by making a donation:http://detroitwaterbrigade.org/donate/ 

Or provide relief for a family in need:http://detroitwaterbrigade.org/in-kind-donations-online/
la-xingada:

an-sau-rieng:

Leila Khaled breaks down in tears after receiving a tile from her home back in Haifa.
A place she and 5 million other Palestinians are not able to return to.

So the interviewer goes to Israel, visits the home that Khaled grew up in and but can never return to, collects a tile and brings it back to her.
That is the reality of many Palestinians who still have their keys to their homes in hopes to return.
Palestinians still have keys to their homes that Israeli settlers sleep in. 
This person who is Swedish is able to go Palestine, while Palestinians are confined and never allowed to visit their homes that were stolen from them. 
Zoom Info
la-xingada:

an-sau-rieng:

Leila Khaled breaks down in tears after receiving a tile from her home back in Haifa.
A place she and 5 million other Palestinians are not able to return to.

So the interviewer goes to Israel, visits the home that Khaled grew up in and but can never return to, collects a tile and brings it back to her.
That is the reality of many Palestinians who still have their keys to their homes in hopes to return.
Palestinians still have keys to their homes that Israeli settlers sleep in. 
This person who is Swedish is able to go Palestine, while Palestinians are confined and never allowed to visit their homes that were stolen from them. 
Zoom Info
la-xingada:

an-sau-rieng:

Leila Khaled breaks down in tears after receiving a tile from her home back in Haifa.
A place she and 5 million other Palestinians are not able to return to.

So the interviewer goes to Israel, visits the home that Khaled grew up in and but can never return to, collects a tile and brings it back to her.
That is the reality of many Palestinians who still have their keys to their homes in hopes to return.
Palestinians still have keys to their homes that Israeli settlers sleep in. 
This person who is Swedish is able to go Palestine, while Palestinians are confined and never allowed to visit their homes that were stolen from them. 
Zoom Info
la-xingada:

an-sau-rieng:

Leila Khaled breaks down in tears after receiving a tile from her home back in Haifa.
A place she and 5 million other Palestinians are not able to return to.

So the interviewer goes to Israel, visits the home that Khaled grew up in and but can never return to, collects a tile and brings it back to her.
That is the reality of many Palestinians who still have their keys to their homes in hopes to return.
Palestinians still have keys to their homes that Israeli settlers sleep in. 
This person who is Swedish is able to go Palestine, while Palestinians are confined and never allowed to visit their homes that were stolen from them. 
Zoom Info
la-xingada:

an-sau-rieng:

Leila Khaled breaks down in tears after receiving a tile from her home back in Haifa.
A place she and 5 million other Palestinians are not able to return to.

So the interviewer goes to Israel, visits the home that Khaled grew up in and but can never return to, collects a tile and brings it back to her.
That is the reality of many Palestinians who still have their keys to their homes in hopes to return.
Palestinians still have keys to their homes that Israeli settlers sleep in. 
This person who is Swedish is able to go Palestine, while Palestinians are confined and never allowed to visit their homes that were stolen from them. 
Zoom Info

la-xingada:

an-sau-rieng:

Leila Khaled breaks down in tears after receiving a tile from her home back in Haifa.

A place she and 5 million other Palestinians are not able to return to.

So the interviewer goes to Israel, visits the home that Khaled grew up in and but can never return to, collects a tile and brings it back to her.

That is the reality of many Palestinians who still have their keys to their homes in hopes to return.

Palestinians still have keys to their homes that Israeli settlers sleep in. 

This person who is Swedish is able to go Palestine, while Palestinians are confined and never allowed to visit their homes that were stolen from them.