2015 … Combatants for Peace

Thursday, October 22, 2015, 7 pm

The Israel Committee of Congregation Beth El and St. John’s Presbyterian Church present

combatabsforpeacelogo Combatants for Peace 

Founded in 2006, Combatants for Peace is non-profit volunteer organization of ex-combatant Israelis and Palestinians — men and women — who have laid down their weapons and rejected all means of violence.

Their mission is to bring the infrastructure necessary for ending the conflict and the occupation. They work together to bring about peace and justice and to demonstrate that Palestinians and Israelis can work and live together.

“We are able to … transform the language of blood to a language of dialogue and peace.” – Mahmoud al Fiat, a member of the Tel-Aviv/Tulkarm Combatants for Peace Group.

Sulaiman Khatib, former Palestinian Fighter

Uri Ben Assa, Former Israeli Soldier

Come meet Uri Ben Assa, Director of Combatants for Peace, and Sulaiman Khatib, co-director /co-founder, Combatants for Peace.

Entrance fee is $10 to cover event costs. This is an educational and fund-raising event.

Please consider an additional donation to support CFP activities. No one turned away.

Thursday, October 22, 2015, 7 pm, in the Sanctuary of St. John’s Presbyterian Church, 2727 College Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94705. Directions to St. John’s may be found through this link. 


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Please visit the Combatants for Peace website for details about the  organization. http://cfpeace.org/    To download the Oct. 22 flyer and share, please click here.