- Date: –
- Venue: The Palestine Center
*A light lunch is served at 12:30 p.m. Talk begins promptly at 1:00 p.m.
This story is a non-fiction novel of contemporary events. It is about a girl, one of over 1,000,000 Palestinian children trapped as prisoners in the military Occupied Territories of Gaza and the West Bank, and her struggle for food, electricity, education… and freedom. The short, but disturbing, fact-based narrative is based on official Israeli policies, secret police tactics, real-life events, and authentic episodes experienced by actual people.
With fascinating and informative interviews throughout the narrative, Dalia explains the oppression and obstacles she and her little brother endure, and their efforts to become educated, under Israeli military rule. Disturbing details are revealed about the thousands of Palestinian children physically harmed, killed, arrested, and imprisoned — including a special Israeli military court for children. The interviews of Dalia are conducted by three composite journalists, from the US, the UK, and Israel, who provide an ongoing analysis and fascinating new insights of the biblical history, philosophy, and policies of the military theocracy of Israel.
Copies of Prisoners of History: The Story of Dalia, a Palestinian will be available for purchase at the event.
Charles W Sutherland was educated at schools and universities in the United States and Europe, including the University of Vienna and the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has been an international businessman for over 30 years, with travel to over 67 countries. He has launched a variety of corporations and philanthropic organizations in the United States, Europe (including the Soviet Union), and the Middle East. He has also been Director of Development of ‘The Washington Times’, and author of numerous articles and several books, including Disciples of Destruction: The Religious Origins of War and Terrorism; Character for Champions; Red Tape: Adventure Capitalism in the New Russia” (co-author); Clash of the Gods (co-author); The Poison Planters: Sowing the Seeds of Global Genetic Genocide; GMO Food Poison Handbook: Genetically Modified’ Agriculture and Animals; Reflections of a Boy… Growing up in Nebraska in the 1950’s with an Irish Catholic Father; and Professor Charles Says… Learn English!
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