By Edith Garwood, country specialist on Israel/Occupied Palestinian Territories/Palestinian Authority for Amnesty International USA

Tomorrow, August 28th, the family of Rachel Corrie will receive a verdict in the civil lawsuit they filed against the State of Israel for the killing of Rachel. Will that verdict deliver justice following the death of their daughter, who was killed in Gaza? Or will the verdict maintain impunity for the Israeli military?

In 2003, Rachel was killed while taking non-violent action to stop an Israeli military bulldozer from destroying a Palestinian family’s home in the Gaza Strip. During the demolition, the Israeli bulldozer ran the young American woman over.

The Corrie family’s suit charges Israel with responsibility for Rachel’s killing and failure to conduct a full and credible investigation in the case.

Amnesty International USA condemned the killing of Rachel Corrie in 2003 and called for an independent investigation into her death.

To read the full article go to http://blog.amnestyusa.org/middle-east/verdict-expected-in-death-of-rachel-corrie/

Tears of Gaza will be screening
September 21st – At 6:30pm Only.

With Panel Hosted by The Rachel Corrie Foundation for Peace & Justice
Olympia Film Society located at the Capitol Theater
206 5th Avenue SE
Olympia, WA 98501
(360) 754-6670

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