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Peacemaking – a Holistic Approach

“The only way to solve a conflict at any level of society is to sit down face to face and talk about it.” (John W. McDonald) 1,020 more words


A future for Israeli-Palestinian peacebuilding: The report By BICOM

“This invaluable report suggests a practical course of action for governments and civil society. While every conflict has different causes and solutions, we know from Northern Ireland that long-term grassroots peacebuilding between the contending parties is always essential to achieving peace.” 1,804 more words


Trump to send son-in-law Jared Kushner to resume Israel-Palestine peace talks

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is sending three senior officials to the Middle East in coming days to discuss prospects for resuming the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, the White House said Friday. 334 more words


Episode 179: Scholarvists at ICAS 2017 – One Struggle One Fight in Palestine-Israel?

You can listen to this episode above and subscribe to our podcast on iTunes. You can also listen to this episode on Stitcher 569 more words

Open Letter to my Son

My son has often accused me of trusting the Palestinians and therefore being naive. But he is wrong. I have no doubt but that the Palestinian leadership wishes that all of Israel were part of Palestine and all the refugees on all their generations were returned to their (no longer existing) villages. 1,129 more words


Para JP

I have a good friend who recommended that I read a book entitled Identity by the sociologist Zygmunt Bauman. Coincidentally, this year, while reading an essay by James Baldwin in the book  687 more words

The Left’s New Fad: Anti-Semitism Masked by Anti-Zionism

Time and time again, leftists play the victim card and abuse intersectionality by manipulating the stereotypically oppressed groups into supporting their agenda. Knowing this, it should come as no surprise that the Left has embraced and endorsed the Palestinian feminist, anti-Zionist, and anti-Constitutionalist Linda Sarsour, who also co-organized the Women’s March after Trump’s election and calls Zionism “alt-right.” Sarsour commonly claims “you cannot be a Zionist feminist.” 985 more words