Emad bornat nos visito en vieques hace dos anyos
Para compartir la lucha de su comunidad contra la
Muralla militar del gobierno fascista israelí q destruye
su pueblo de Bi lín.
Exhortamos a los amigos de vieques a apoyar a e
eqmad en estos momentos críticos.
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Robert Rabin Vieques, PR
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> De: emad bornat <emadbornat@...>
> Fecha: 1 de febrero de 2010 07:23:06 a.m. GMT-04:00
> Para: Eyad Bornat <majdarmajdar@...>
> Asunto: Donations for Surgery for Eymad Bornat of Bil'in - Urgent
> Eymad Bornat, a resident of the West Bank Village of Bil'in,
> photographer, father, and active member of the non-violent movement
> against the occupation, specifically the wall and settlements that
> take 56% of his village's land for Israeli use, was badly injured a
> little over a year ago in an accident in which he was hit by a
> tractor while filming construction in the Modi'in Illit settlement,
> which stands to this day on Bil'in's land. At the time of the injury
> he was in critical condition, but after 50 days in the hospital and
> intensive medical treatment he recovered.
> Now, a year later, he needs to undergo an additional operation in
> order to close his abdominal area, which was only temporarily closed
> previously for medical reasons. The operation will cost 22,000
> shekels (the equivalent of USD $5,895), and he needs to pay this
> amount by this coming Tuesday!!
> the Palestinian Authority they are unwilling to cover this last
> piece of his series of treatments for the injury, and he is forced
> to come up with the sum out of his own funds (of which he has none).
> I am coordinating the collection of these urgent donations for
> Eymad, and I can accept payment through cash, PayPal (emilyschaeffer@...
> ), check or bank transfer. For my details, please email or call me
> Lastly, I would very much appreciate if you could pass this on to
> anyone you think would be able to help my dear friend to finish his
> last step in his treatment and return to providing for his family
> and to participating in the just non-violent movement against the
> separation wall and the settlements.
> Thank you very much in advance,
> Emily Schaeffer
> or conact emad by his email emadbornat@...
> "The trouble is that once you see it, you can't unsee it. And once
> you've seen it, keeping quiet, saying nothing, becomes as political
> an act as speaking out. There is no innocence. Either way, you're
> accountable." -- Arundhati Roy
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