On July 6th, Ambassador Abdulhadi met with His Excellency Archbishop (Most Rev.) Adolfo Tito Yllana Apostolic Nuncio for Holy See at the Embassy premises. The Nuncio told Ambassador Abdulhadi about his term concluding in Australia and his new appointment as Ambassador to Israel and Palestine.
On June 30, Ambassador Abdulhadi met with a delegation of the Communist Party of Australia (CPA) at the premises of the Palestinian Embassy. The delegation included General Secretary Andrew Irving and Party President Vinnie Molina.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade In Australia (DFAT) organized a gathering to bid farewell to Ms Frances Adamson, Secretary of DFAT, on June 23 at the premises of DFAT.
On June 18, the Palestinian Ambassador participated in Jordanian Independence Day which was held in Sydney. The Jordanian ambassador, HE Dr Ali Kraishan, delivered the main speech highlighting Jordanian achievements in the last 75 years, since the creation of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
On June 17, Ambassador Abdulhadi participated in a fundraising dinner organized for Gaza families by Sydney Community Connect Inc.
Ambassador Abdulhadi travelled to Sydney to participated in a fundraising dinner organized by a distinguished group of Palestinian youth, sponsored by AusRelief. The event was an incredible expression of support to Palestine and the Palestinian people.
On June 8, Ambassador Abdulhadi participated in a gathering in solidarity with the Palestinian people organized by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Palestine. The meeting discussed the recent Israeli eviction’s process of houses and people in Sheikh Jarrah and the assault on Gaza Strip.
On June 3, the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Heads of Mission Group, the largest diplomatic group in Canberra, held a meeting in collective support of Palestine, showing genuine support to Palestine and a commitment to continue their advocacy for the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people.
The Ambassador and staff attended a screening of the film Mayor, about Musa Hadid, the mayor of Ramallah. The film screening was part of the Stronger than Fiction film festival, and was followed by a screening of a Q and A with the director and producer, David Osit.
On May 23, the Ambassador and Embassy staff participated in a Rally outside Parliament House, Canberra, in solidarity with the Palestinian people, in particular those victimised by Israeli violations in Jerusalem and Gaza. For the occasion, there was a Quran Recitation, a welcome to Country by Uncle Shane Mortimer, followed...