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British Parliamentarian to Speak about Palestine

What: British lawmaker and member of parliament George Galloway will be speaking about regional turmoil in Arabia, specifically the situation in Palestine. Galloway is a divisive figure in British, and international, politics. The Canadian government recently banned him from visiting their country, a surprising occurrence considering the relationship between Britain and Canada. The impetus was Galloway’s participation in Viva Palestina, an aid convoy that delivered over £1 million in supplies to the war-stricken region.

When: 7:00 pm on Wednesday March 25

Where: HUB Alumni Hall

Cost: Free!


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