Our Hope Is Not Yet Lost

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The revenge killing of Palestinian teenager Mohammed Abu Khudair has shaken up even those who normally have little reason to question their preconceived notions about the Israel-Palestinian dispute.

Eli Valley takes an insightful graphic look at one (fictional) American Jew’s crisis of confidence.


Eli Valley is finishing his first novel. His website is www.evcomics.com, and he tweets @elivalley

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