About once a week we take a trip into the Jordan Valley. Sometimes it is relatively routine — touching base with a person or a community, but most often it is in response to a call asking us to document and report on incidents — some… Continue reading
It’s almost three months since he was shot in the back – close to his back bone – at short range – by an Israeli settlement security officer. And Nadjer Assad Nadjer is recovering slowly.
We met with him, about a week ago… Continue reading
“I lift up my eyes to the hills — from where will my help come? My help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth.” – Psalm 121:1.
In Palestine, you can’t help but look at the hills…. Continue reading
One day in late July, we went pretty close to the Gaza Strip. We went about as close as you can get these days, and found ourselves on “holy ground.”
We went to the town of Sederot, into a 25 year-old kibbutz, only two miles f… Continue reading