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The Arab Educational Institute

The Palestinian organisation AEI operates in the Bethlehem, Ramallah and Hebron areas, providing community education in a broad variety of subjects, including computer programs, business administration and languages, with a particular focus on Palestinian youth. They also demonstrate non-violent alternatives in the Palestinian struggle and develop networks across social and religious borders to fight the growing sense of suffocation and closure. Media attention focusing more and more on the AEI affords the opportunity to present these possibilities to the rest of the world. They have kindly contributed the following articles translated to English, you can read more at their website http://www.aeicenter.org
The Terminal
Independance Gift.
Toine van Teeffelen, 17th of November, 2005
http://human-interest.org/contributors/AEI/lfb71theTerminal.php

The Sound of Music
The sensation of truth through History.
Toine van Teeffelen, 8th of June, 2005
http://human-interest.org/contributors/AEI/lfb70soundOfMusic.php

The Crow Cries
Happy to get a permit.
Toine van Teeffelen, 19th of April, 2005
http://human-interest.org/contributors/AEI/lfb69theCrowCries.php

Feast of the Tree
A feast from which nobody can rob us.
Toine van Teeffelen, 31st of January, 2005
http://human-interest.org/contributors/AEI/lfb68feastOfTheTree.php

Statement on the political future after the Palestinian elections.
AEI, 20th of January, 2005
http://human-interest.org/contributors/AEI/postElectionPoliticalFuture.php

Election Day Letter from Bethlehem
Toine van Teeffelen, 10th of January, 2005
http://human-interest.org/contributors/AEI/lfb67electionDay.php


THE WRITING ON THE WALL

A series of interviews with Palestinians who live close to the Wall. Three questions are asked: How is your daily life influenced by the Wall and the checkpoints? What does freedom mean to you? What are your sources of energy? The interviews are made by Toine van Teeffelen for the www.verbindingverbroken.nl [connection lost] website of United Civilians for Peace, an umbrella of Dutch development organizations and peace movements. All have been translated to English.

The Writing on the Wall (1)
http://human-interest.org/contributors/salmanJizelle/writingOnTheWall1.php
Toine van Teeffelen interviews Jizelle Salman in Bethlehem, 10th of December, 2004.

The Writing on the Wall (2)
http://human-interest.org/contributors/AEI/writingOnTheWall2.php
Toine van Teeffelen interviews Terry Boullata in Jerusalem, 8th of December, 2004.

The Writing on the Wall (3)
http://human-interest.org/contributors/AEI/writingOnTheWall3.php
Toine van Teeffelen interviews Hania Bitar in Al-Ram, 9th of December, 2004

The Writing on the Wall (4)
http://human-interest.org/contributors/AEI/writingOnTheWall4.php
Toine van Teeffelen interviews Maha Abu Dayyah in Jerusalem, 20th of December, 2004

The Writing on the Wall (5): Jerusalem was once a cosmopolitan city
http://human-interest.org/contributors/AEI/writingOnTheWall5.php
Toine van Teeffelen interviews Alexander Qamar in Beit Jala, opposite the Wall, 20th of December, 2004

The Writing on the Wall (6): "We are imprisoned, buried alive in a tomb"
http://human-interest.org/contributors/AEI/writingOnTheWall06.php
Toine van Teeffelen interviews Claire Anastas, a citizen of Palestinian living opposite Rachel's tomb in Bethlehem, 16th of December, 2005


Letter from a Palestinian Schoolboy
http://human-interest.org/contributors/AEI/letterPalestinianSchoolboy.php
Saleem writes to Mr. and Mrs. Bush



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