Where the Olive Trees Weep: Discussion with Ashira Darwish

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Beyt Tikkun is so excited to partner with Science and Nonduality (SAND) to help promote the release of the powerful new documentary film “Where Olive Trees Weep.” The feature-length film, directed by Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo, with original music by renowned composer Armand Amar, provides an unflinching portrayal of the Palestinian experience under Israeli occupation through the lives of individuals like activist and journalist Ashira Darwish, activist Ahed Tamimi, legendary Israeli journalist Amira Hass, and trauma specialist Dr. Gabor Maté. You can still watch the movie until July 31st. Click here to register to watch the film.

On Sunday, June 30th at 11:00am PT (2:00pm ET), Beyt Tikkun hosted an online (Zoom) conversation and Q&A with Ashira Darwish, one of the Palestinian women featured in the film.

To receive a recording of that conversation, please register below.

If you have any questions, email Austin at austin@beyttikkun.org.

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