And they’re even offering a lecture series on the subject.
From Olive Groves to Courtrooms: Redressing Israel’s Settlement Policies in Canadian Courts – Oct 28, 2008
Bil’in Village Council v. Green Park International
The Arab Canadian Lawyers Association, in collaboration with U of T Faculty of Law’s International Human Rights Program, is pleased to present a public lecture by:
Maysa Zorob, Dylan Smith and John Reynolds from the Legal Research and Advocacy Unit, Al Haq and Mark Arnold, Lawyer Representing the Palestinian Village of Bil’in
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, Flavelle House, 78 Queen’s Park, Room BLH
Doors: 6:00 pm; Opening Remarks 6:45; Lecture 7:00
No RSVP required
Having exhausted the limited remedies in Israel, the villagers of Bil’in have brought their peaceful struggle for justice to Canada. With the assistance of Mark Arnold, a Toronto-based lawyer, its Israeli counsel, and Al-Haq, a Palestinian human rights organization, the village of Bil’in has filed a lawsuit in Quebec against Green Mount International Inc. and Green Park International Inc. – two Canadian companies accused of violating international, Canadian and Quebec law by building settlements on Israeli occupied Palestinian land.
Nice to see the Arab Canadian Lawyers Association making such a wonderful contribution to the Canadian social fabric, we must thank them for alerting us to the 60 years of ethnic cleansing of the Nabka, and of course their advocacy for Omar Khadr is beyond reproach.