A Journey of Peace from San Diego to Gaza
Hany El-Saidany, Faith Attaguile and Larry Hampshire, residents of San Diego, tell the story of their 4,000-mile journey through 12 countries on a 200-vehicle, 500-person peace convoy.
Beginning from London on December 6 they traveled through 12 countries to deliver ambulances, trucks and vans filled with medical aid and humanitarian supplies to the Palestinian people of Gaza.
Despite many adversities, they succeeded in delivering the vehicles and aid to the people of Gaza 31 days later on January 6, 2010.
Come, listen to the incredible story they have to tell, and engage in lively discussion.
Thurs, May 6, 2010 7pm
First Unitarian Universalist Church
4190 Front St, Hillcrest, San Diego, CA
(opposite UCSD Medical Center Hospital)
limited parking in church parking lot
Peace & Democracy Action Group of the First UU Church & San Diego Veterans for Peace.
For info: firstname.lastname@example.org 858-459-4650
Directions: from Washington St, north on First St, 3 blocks, then left one block. UCSD Med Center will be on your right, the UU Church parking lot on your left.
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