Margaret Rhee elegizes the Gaza dead in a prose poem of remarkable tenderness. Blending the personal and political, she questions “The difference between wound and womb…Palestinian and Israeli…You and me.”
International law doesn’t actually define war – which makes knowing when one’s happening rather tricky.
Yes, the world is a complex place, but only because we have made it so over the course of human history. We all mold our own reality, so why not make it something beautiful?
Being Jewish, and Pro-Israel, Joel Abramson never expected to feel all alone in a support group of young Jewish professionals. But that’s exactly what happened.
Qasim Rashid helps us find a middle ground.
After decades of fighting, misery, terror and death on both sides, can Israeli and Palestinians make peace?
Constantly chasing the support of moderates in the Israel-Palestine conflict will bring us no closer to a solution.
The 72-hour ceasefire brokered between the Israel and Hamas collapsed within two hours.
International humanitarian laws are clear about the sanctity of education.
It’s clear that young people are getting caught in the crossfire of the latest round of fighting between Israel and Palestine and the conflict is taking a huge toll on them. And the effects of the war are not just physical.
Just what sort of company does misery love, anyway?
Global leaders speak the same language when distancing themselves from the killing of civilians in military operations.
It turns out a lot of those negative predictions you’ve been hearing for so long about Obamacare didn’t come true.
Warren Blumenfeld asserts that it’s the leaders of Israel and Palestine who perpetuate the conflict, while the majority of the general populace desires true and lasting peace.
Scott Pelley, on CBS Evening News, talks of the struggles of today and how to get to peace.
A Saturday morning scroll through Facebook-land turns into a heart-wrenching rant, and a plea for sanity and unity.