Tag Archives: Non-violent resistance

Peeping Under the Cover

The speaker using the old overhead projector would gradually uncover his subject one line at a time. He’d move the overlying paper down, but very slowly.  If you stayed awake, and if he held your interest, you wanted him to … Continue reading

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You Say I Am Stubborn

but I maintain I am just firm in my views.  We both have different words (and meanings) for you and for me.  Same issue.  We can’t negotiate effectively in a conflict without defining the terms.  I need to know what … Continue reading

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Peace Talkers or Peace Makers?

While Egypt and Syria have dominated the news, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has struggled valiantly over several weeks to bring Israel and Palestine together.  He needs our prayers as do both parties to the 65 year-old conflict.  Do … Continue reading

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Would You Resist?

If your neighbor took over much of your front yard, your living room, kitchen and one bedroom?  Their family moved in with force and occupied part of your home with plans to stay and take over the entire property eventually.  … Continue reading

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What’s A Good Zionist to Do?

Not easy these days for those of us in the Israeli government.  People in other countries keep talking about the West Bank, or even worse, Palestine.  The territories are really Judea and Samaria.  And it’s not occupied land since it … Continue reading

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The Tension Grows

The good news—he still has a job.  The bad news—he hasn’t been paid now for three months.  Our Palestinian friend had introduced us proudly to a family in their new house last summer.  (The old one, an adjacent pile of … Continue reading

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sending this along as a guest blog.  We learned the difficulties in the West Bank last summer, but also loved the gentle Palestinian humor.   http://www.civilarab.com/65-years-later-were-winning/   Amer Zahr lives in the U.S. By Amer Zahr Well, it’s that time of year.  … Continue reading

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