The stated goal of the march is pure fantasy; Israel will never allow eight million Palestinians to immigrate.
I read with great interest your piece in the January Forward magazine about your Encounter trip in the West Bank this past November.
Many Palestinians have been quietly resisting Israeli occupation of their villages and cities and farm lands for 50 years now.
The majority of the uprising was in fact characterized by incredible, highly effective and sustained grassroots organizing led by women.
Gandhi says, if you want to win with violence, you will win with violence, but the violence will stay in the community after you win
Jews do not kill in the name of Judaism. Instead, there is one way we channel the human “fighting instinct”: Studying the Torah.
Issa Amro, a Palestinian nonviolent activist, represents hope that comes when brave, decent people fight oppression without hating their oppressors.
Mayor Nir Barkat is seen as a populist hero for Jewish Jerusalem and a salve for secular-Orthodox conflicts. But is he the right man to lead the divided holy city amid a wave of Palestinian violence?
For many countries bringing women into peace negotiations has proved successful. Israelis and Palestinians should follow suit.
This week’s media coverage showed that, unlike stories of Palestinian violence, stories of Palestinian nonviolent protest rarely get reported. Emily Hauser says this is isn’t just wrong — it’s dangerous.