By Rami Elhanan, via email – 8 July 2010
At the end of this month, my brother Bassam Aramin, the persistent Combatant
for Peace, was meant to gather his few possessions and go with his family to
Bradford University in the UK, to complete his masters in Conflict
I can not stress enough the importance of this journey for the Aramin
family, after all the suffering they have been through. I believe it is
necessary for them to go and a window of opportunity for a dramatic change
towards a more hopeful future for bassam, Salwa and the kids.
Unfortunately, there is still £20,000 needed, despite considerable efforts
to insure the daily needs of the family are met whilst in the UK. This is
essential for the success in Bassam’s studies. I think it shouldn’t be too
difficult to raise this amount, if all those who are friends with, love,
support or admire this noble family, will donate £10,20,50 or more to this
cause. To contribute towards a more rosy future.
This is a personal request from myself to you and on a personal basis and
not political or ideological one. I think we need to do everything in our
power in order for the Aramin family to benefit from a better future, after
all its been through. This dear gentleman deserves all the help he can get
from his friends and acquaintances from the region and around the world.
So come on, we can do it!
for donation details please click on:
and follow the steps below:
– By phone: 01274 235743. Quote: D1926 The Aramin Scholarship Fund
– Online: To make an online donation, go to
and follow the steps on screen.
N.B. Ensure you tick the box marked, I’d like to leave a message and copy the text:
Please direct my donation to D9126 The Aramin Scholarship Fund
into the field below.
– By gift aided cheque:
Making a Gift Aid declaration will increase your donation by 28%
The declaration below should only be signed by the donor if s/he pays UK income or capital gains tax at least equal to the amount of tax recoverable by the university.
I wish that this and any future donations to the University of Bradford be treated as Gift Aid donations until further notice.
*Please make your cheque payable to “University of Bradford” and write Aramin Scholarship (d-9126) on the back of the cheque and post to;
d 9126 Aramin Scholarship Maxine Douglan-Smith Finance Dept, University of Bradford, Richmond Road, Bradford. BD7 1DP
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