Tue 17 April 2018 | 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Park Hayarkon - Park Hayarkon, Tel Aviv,
The Israeli-Palestinian Memorial Day Ceremony will take place on Tuesday, April 17, at 9:00 PM, the Rose Garden, Hayarkon Park, Tel Aviv.
The ceremony, which will be held this year for the 13th year, will include Israelis and Palestinians, members of bereaved families, and the artists: Engelsi, Lubna Salameh, Yonatan Shapira, Harduf High School students, Yoklalis for Peace, the Arab Women’s Choir Yehudit Rana and other artists.
Directions and Parking:
Train: About a 15-minute walk from Tel Aviv University Station.
Bus: Lines 8/22/40/47/48/89/108/122/133/137/189/208/220/231/247.
By car: waze – “Ganei Yehoshua parking lot”. Parking is available for a fee, and you can also park in nearby parking lots: the parking lot or the National Sports Center parking lot.
It will not be possible to enter the ceremony with hot / cold weapons, batteries of bicycles, helmets.
Disabled people are required to arrive at the entrance to the parking lot and inform one of the production staff, who will direct them towards the entrance of the handicapped to the rally.
Please make an effort and arrive about half an hour before the ceremony begins to ensure your place.
The Combatants for Peace movement was established by Israelis and Palestinians who took an active part in the cycle of violence in our region
And are currently working in nonviolent ways for peace and coexistence. In recent years we have conducted hundreds of joint activities,
Tours, lectures and lectures in Israel and Palestine. In these events we call for an end to the occupation,
A sweeping opposition to all violence on both sides, and recognition of the existence of partners in dialogue on the other side.
The Israeli-Palestinian Bereaved Families Forum has been working for 20 years to break the cycle of bereavement and promote reconciliation processes between the two nations. The Forum is comprised of 600 Israeli and Palestinian families who lost their first-degree family in the ongoing bloody struggle and resolved to do everything in their power to prevent further bereavement on both sides.