Bid to stop Jewish charity dinner

March 2008
Building Design;3/14/2008, Issue 1810, p3
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The article reports on a letter drafted by the Architects & Planners for Justice Palestine (APJP), which calls for the cancellation of a dinner at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England. The letter claims that the Jewish National Fund (JNF) is oppressing Palestinians through construction work. APJP said JNF is guilty of ethnic cleansing by forcing large numbers of Palestinians off land that it has designated for Jewish-only settlements.


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