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I've got a Migraine

The entire day has plagued me with this troubling pain just behind my temples.  I think I’ve been staring at screens far too long; the back-lit kind with the pixels.   415 more words

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Hollow as the Autumn Evening

Where were we?

Ah, yes, we last reported in early spring.  Alas, spring has sprung past.  Summer flew by, and I never took a moment to write.   555 more words

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Palestinian Professor Confronts the Holocaust

By Laurel Zehnder

(Jerusalem, Israel and Washington, D.C. ) — Growing up in East Jerusalem, Mohammad S. Dajani Daoudi was part of a society that blames the Holocaust for the Palestinian dispossession from their land. 1,529 more words

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Harnessing the Palestinian Sun: Energy independence in a hot political climate

By Josh Newell

(Bethlehem, West Bank) — Two Palestinian brothers are attempting to harness the sun in the land where Jesus walked — a land that now sits in a hot political  ‘climate’.   617 more words

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The Conflict.

One of the greatest conflicts of my life are these 2 opposing things inside me, that make up a significant part of who I am. If you know me well, you know what I’m talking about. 860 more words


A discussion with Jerusalem artists -- seeing the world change through art

by Jacqueline Dobbins

(Jerusalem, Israel)  — Artists in Jerusalem are working together to understand the unique culture of the city and to create art that reflects and confronts its complexity. 1,385 more words

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Former Israeli soldiers won't be 'silenced'

By Josh Newell

(Hebron, West Bank) — Achiya Schatz often finds himself at the center of controversy in Israel.  A former Israeli soldier, he now spends much of his time taking tour groups through the majority-Palestinian town of Hebron telling all who will listen about the injustices he and fellow Israeli soldiers conducted on the Palestinian population there. 890 more words

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