Browsing All posts tagged under »Reconciliation«

Why We, Palestinians and Israelis, Insist on Mourning Our Dead Together

May 23, 2019


Alternative Memorial Day, a binational tradition since 2005, is a sign that we are capable of taking down the walls of fear. By Avigail Corry and Sulaiman Khatib Mourners and supporters at the Alternative Memorial Day ceremony in Israel on May 7, 2019. (Photo by Tatyana Gitlits)   Mourning is a personal matter. When it comes to mourning victims […]

#Philosophy of #Love and #Unity

July 13, 2014


#Poetry on Reconciliation Abandoned – Lawrence Toms

July 13, 2014

0 Between us we used to share this city, these lights, some thoughts, the odd idiom and more. we used to share this city in a day before the war now rubble runs rivers between us, between us. we the irreconcilable are weary guns, weary guns and will not, not, not be reconciled to anything […]

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