Posted on 26. Jul, 2018, in Christian Values, Community, Conflict, Faith and Justice, Humanitarian AidNo Comments
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Eman is a refugee, born in Lebanon, whose family currently live in Gaza,. She herself lives in Ireland and is married to an Irish man. Here she talks with Pat Coyle about being a refugee and how no body choses to be one, but how it brings with it an enormous amount of suffering. She also talks about how important it is when people from another country show support and especially how meaningful it is when Israeli people speak out against the Occupation. For he that show that there must always be people on the side of justice, otherwise humanity will never survive. Pat begins by asking Eman what the situation is like in Gaza.
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