MAP stands for Minister des affaires populaires, french hiphop style band, who performed in Aida camp to support the palestinian cause.
Children of algerian immigrants, whose parents have witnessed and lived tragically the french colonisation and the oppression, they wanted to show how courageous they thought the palestinian people were in these times of occupation.
The concert had peaceful messages and was appreciated by young and not so young palestinians.
A grand moment!
Aida camp - Lajee center June 25th 2007 Go to www.lajee.org and visit the website of this wonderful organisation that helps the kids in the refugee camp of Bethlehem express themselves in a peaceful way by trying to make them forget about their situation, i.e.being a child in a Palestinian refugee camp under Israelis occupation. See there the project they try to put up, whether it is the Debka troup performances, or the International ... read more
Middle East » Israel » West Bank » Bethlehem Following World War II, the British withdrew from their mandate of Palestine, and the UN partitioned the area into Arab and Jewish states, an arrangement rejected by the Arabs. Subsequently, the Israelis defeated the Arabs in a series of wars without... ... read more