Title of a display of photos in the Methodist Church, Salisbury
This is a moving display of photos in the Salisbury Methodist Church taken by Bedouin women in the ‘unrecognized villages’ of the Negev-Naqab region of Israel which lies to the east of Gaza. The project documents the brutal way the villagers are treated by the Israeli authorities. Their villages are demolished and crops destroyed to make way for new settlements and they suffer discrimination and police brutality.
The tactics are familiar and included cutting water supplies sometimes for days at a time. They are denied basic services such as paved roads, electricity and medical help.
The exhibition runs until February 3rd and is between 10:00 and noon daily. Coffee is available. For more details see The Negev Coexistence Forum for Civil Equality
If you live in Salisbury, please make time to visit this exhibition.