Lebanese socialist to speak at Queen’s

QUB Public Meeting
SKYPE Conference with Lebanese socialist

Lebanon, Egypt, Iran & the struggle for a socialist Middle East

7.30pm Thurs 18 Feb
Room 206
Peter Froggatt Centre
Queen’s University Belfast

Organised by the Socialist Society

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