Palestine Children’s Relief Fund fundraiser March 16
The Palestine Children Relief Fund will hold its annual fundraiser in Chicago on March 16,2 019 at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare Hotel, 9300 W Bryn Mawr Ave, Rosemont, IL 60018.
Funds raised by the PCRF provide support and assistance to children victimized by Israeli oppression and orphans in need to support.
The Palestine Children’s Relief Fund was founded in 1991 in the USA to address the medical needs of Arab children in the Middle East.
Our Mission is to provide medical and humanitarian relief collectively and individually to Arab children throughout the Levant, regardless of their nationality, politics or religion.
Our Vision is to build the most effective, efficient, transparent and humanitarian relief organization in which every child in need gets the care and treatment they deserve, while improving the fundamental defects in Palestinian health services in the occupied territories and Lebanese refugee camps.
March 22 Washington DC Conference focuses on Israel lobby
The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (WRMEA), the nation’s premier news source on Middle East, Arab American and Arab World issues, is co-hosting with the Institute for Research and Middle East Policy (IRMEP) the annual conference examining the sinister influence of the pro-Israel lobby in America.
The 6th Annual Conference will continue to explore how Israel uses its massive funding and coordinated lobbying organizations to brainwash Americans about the true facts about Palestine and the Middle East, and whitewash Israel’s Apartehid policies and atrocities against civilians.
The conference is considered one of the most important gatherings to explore how Israel prevents peace and manipulates the mainstream American news media, politicans and the unknowing American population to defend Israel and close their eyes to Israel’s civil rights and human rights violations.
This year’s conference will be held at the National Press Club at 529 14th Street NW, Washington, DC 20045.
Our 6th annual conference at the National Press Club will be the most important ever!
How has the Israel lobby further captured key nodes of U.S. government policymaking? Why is U.S. policy so expensive, destructive and unrepresentative of the will of the American people? How are a handful of politicians now successfully running against previously unquestioned, longstanding Israel lobby platforms? What rules do reporters follow when they tell the truth about U.S. policy and the lobby? Why do U.S. presidents sign secret letters promising not to publicly discuss Israel’s clandestine nuclear weapons program? Why does the U.S. give more foreign aid to Israel than to any other country, and how is the makeup of that aid changing? What, if anything, does the U.S. get out of its so-called “special relationship” with Israel? How are human rights groups working to “de-Israelize” state and local governments? What is the Israel lobby doing to provoke an armed U.S. confrontation with Iran? What else is the lobby doing to improve Israel’s strategic position in the region? Why are assertions that Israel and the U.S. have “shared values” made, and are these assertions accurate?
With so many think tanks and self-designated “public policy” organizations in Washington, one would think experts would publicly discuss these topics often. But they don’t!
In reality, these topics are rarely discussed, and never when it matters most—right before the Israel lobby’s biggest annual meeting in Washington, DC!
On March 22, 2019, just two days before the American Israel Public Affairs Committee holds its annual policy conference at the Washington Convention Center, a polar opposite gathering of top thinkers, activists, authors, politicians and experts will meet at an even more prestigious location: The National Press Club.
Qualified experts—most denied mass media platforms in the United States—will once more convene to critically examine U.S. Middle East policy and the negative impact of the Israel-centric policies the lobby demands. Most important, once again Americans interested in improving Middle East policy can convene and discuss alternatives for the future!