Category Archives: Palestinians

Israel’s Uri Avnery Dies Too Soon at 94

by James M. Wall Uri Avnery died at age 94 on August 20, 2018, two weeks after a stroke sent him to a Tel Aviv hospital.  He died too soon. Israel, Palestine, and the world, still need his passionate voice … Continue reading

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Ramzy Baroud: “My people will never accept this.”

1. The joint Israeli-American “‘vision” for the Palestinians basically means the imposition of apartheid.
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Trump and the Repackaged Oslo Accord

by James M. Wall We live in a world saturated by the manifestation of evil. Genesis tells the origin story. The story starts with Adam succumbing to the temptation of desire for the forbidden. The Creator surely knew the decision to allow … Continue reading

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Ahed Tamimi Completes High School in Prison

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A Child Dies In The Killing Fields of Gaza

by James M. Wall History is filled with narratives about killing fields. This troubled writer looks at the killing fields of Gaza, and is driven to begin with a story: “A man kills his mother and his father. Brought to … Continue reading

Posted in Gaza, Israel, Middle East, Palestinians | 9 Comments

The Slap That Should Be “Heard Round the World”

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That UN Vote: “How are the mighty fallen”

Thirty-five nations abstained, and 21 countries did not cast a vote. The eight countries voting with the United States were Israel, Guatemala, Honduras, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau and Togo. Continue reading

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Two Palestinian Schoolmates Seek Unity in Cairo

by James M. Wall A power-sharing Gaza leadership agreement involving two Palestinian childhood friends, Yahya Sinwar (left) and Mohammed Dahlan (right, below) may be “slowly taking shape”. What led to the reunion of Sinwar and Dahlan is an intriguing story that involves … Continue reading

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Land of Opportunity for Testing Weapo

by James M. Wall Fifty years after the June 5-10, 1967, Six Day War, Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian people offers a business opportunity for some, and massive oppression for others. We will begin with the business opportunity, as it … Continue reading

Posted in Human Rights, Israel, Palestinians | 6 Comments

“For I was in prison and you visited me not’”

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Posted in Human Rights, Israel, Palestinians, The Human Condition | 7 Comments