Tour to the destroyed Palestinian village of Hadatha
Zochrot and the Association for the Defense of the Rights of Internally Displaced Persons in Israel( ADRID) invite the public to a tour on the site of the destroyed Palestinian village of Hadatha, which was occupied in May 1948 and completely depopulated; some of its inhabitants were internally displaced and live in the Galilee. Hadatha, is located southwest of Tiberias on Road 767 from Kfar Tavor to Kinnert Junction, near Moshav Sarona.
Internally displaced persons from Hadatha will lead the tour and share stories about the village. We will post a sign and distribute a booklet about a village written especially about the event.
Saturday, March 29, 2014
A bus will leave the Central Train Station on Arlozorov St., Tel Aviv, at 9:00
We expect to be back at 17:00
The public is invited.
Meeting point in the area of the village: Tavor Junction 10:45
The tour will be guided in Hebrew & Arabic. English interpretation will be available.
The tour is an easy walk. Please wear walking shoes and bring water.
For further information,
Zochrot 03-6953155; Umar 052-8743099
To join, please register in advance at Tours@zochrot.org