This week I spent a few days working with the EAPPI team in Hebron.
Hebron is very different than Yanoun. Hebron has a population of 180,000 Palestinians and is the largest Palestinian city in the West Bank. Hebron and East Jerusalem are the only t… Continue reading
I was walking through the old city of Jerusalem. The narrow streets were very crowded because the noon prayers at Al Asqa Mosque had just finished.
I had just spent several hours sitting at the Western wall, possibly the most holy place in Judaism …. Continue reading
“We shall not be moved”
I spent time last week in the United States, in Arizona, in the desert. Being in that landscape of rock and sand and sun brought my heart again to the days in Palestine. The major, major difference I noted was th… Continue reading
The Tent of Nations: a place for international dialogue and peace education Continue reading
Earlier today a bomb was attached to the car of an Israel diplomat in India. The diplomats wife was “moderately injured” and sent to hospital. Israeli Foreign Minister Lieberman has launched an investigation.
Prior to any investigation Prime Minist… Continue reading