Kathleen Peratis


Walking Amid the Rubble of Gaza

By Kathleen Peratis

Walking Amid the Rubble of Gaza
Kathleen Peratis made her first visit to Gaza after the war, and what she found there, she writes, were scenes straight out of a Hieronymus Bosch painting.Read More


Leonard Fein, My King of the Jews

By Kathleen Peratis

Leonard Fein, My King of the Jews
Leonard Fein was an inspiration to generations of progressive Jews. Kathleen Peratis, who had dinner with him on the night he died, remembers her ‘king of the Jews.’Read More


Remember Gaza

By Kathleen Peratis

Remember Gaza
On her fourth trip to Gaza, Kathleen Peratis finds a desperate population, imprisoned by Israel and Egypt, terrorized by Hamas, and growing increasingly hopeless that anything can change.Read More


My Way or the Highway

By Kathleen Peratis

My Way or the Highway
Acting unilaterally, whether it’s Israel or the Palestinians, can be destructive and making a deal would be better. But it might be the only way to make progress, writes Kathleen Peratis.Read More


Should Gaza Become Part of Egypt?

By Kathleen Peratis

Should Gaza Become Part of Egypt?
Is Egypt Palestine?Read More



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