AICafe invites you on Saturday 25 January at 7.00 p.m for the screening of Deir Yassin and discussion with the Palestinian film maker Sahera Dirbas.The film introduces five Palestinian survivors of the Deir Yassin massacre during the Naqba war of 1948. They recall their lives in the Deir Yassin district of Jerusalem and tell how they survived the massacre of 9 April 1948.Sahera Dirbas was born in Haifa in 1964, has published three books about destroyed Palestinian villages, and works as a freelance TV producer and independent researcher for international television networks. She is the director of several films, including Jerusalem Bride and Stranger in my Home.Come in commemoration of Deir Yassin.The AIC is a joint Palestinian-Israeli activist organization engaged in dissemination of information, political advocacy and grassroots activism. The AICafè is a political and cultural café open on Tuesday and Saturday night from 7pm until 10.30 pm. The AIC is located in the Alternative Information Center in Beit Sahour, close to Suq Sha'ab (follow the sign to Jadal Center). We have a small library with novels, political books and magazines. We also have a number of films in DVD copies and AIC publications which are aimed to critically analyze both Palestinian and Israeli societies, as well as the conflict itself.