The Jerusalem Fund 40th Anniversary Gala in Dallas!

Special Gala Celebrating The Fund’s 40th Anniversary

&

Benefiting Our Palestine Diabetes Institute Clinics in Al-Bireh, Nablus, and Hebron

Featuring keynote speaker Haneen Zoabi, member of the Arab Joint List in the Knesset

And musical performance by singer Mona Miari and guitarist Roqiya Abed from Akka

Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 7:00 PM

at

The Crowne Plaza Dallas Near Galleria

14315 Midway Rd, Addison, TX 75001

Tickets – $60

To purchase tickets visit our online store by clicking here.

Sponsors are welcome and appreciated. Sponsorships can also be purchased on our online store. All sponsorships include recognition at the Gala as well as at the Palestine Diabetes Institute facilities.

Sponsorship Levels:

Friends ($500) –  5 tickets

Supporters ($1,000) – 7 tickets

Patrons ($2,500) – 10 tickets

Founders ($5,000) – 10 tickets

Jerusalem Circle ($10,000) – 10 tickets

Palestine Champions ($25,000) – 20 tickets

For more information, please call our office at 202-338-1958 or email us at info@thejerusalemfund.org

Click here for information on our Chicago gala on Sunday, October 8th

Click here for a list of our sponsors

Haneen Zoabi is a Palestinian lawmaker and Member of the Israeli Knesset. She has faced humiliating treatment by Israeli lawmakers, who regularly attack her personally and politically. The Israeli right has targeted MK Zoabi for many years, trying to revoke her citizenship and to disqualify her from reelection. The Knesset Ethics Committee suspended her for six months based on her political views and the Israeli High Court affirmed the suspension. Shortly thereafter, the Israeli Election Committee refused to qualify her as a candidate but upon review by an Israeli court, MK Zoabi was permitted to run for reelection. The Israeli Election Committee attempted to prevent MK Zoabi from running in the 2013 election as well. Despite this massive campaign to silence MK Zoabi, she easily won re-election in March 2015. Her Balad party is now part of the Joint List, a coalition of four Arab parties that garnered thirteen Knesset seats in the March 2015 election.

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