last plane from Munich to Tel Aviv: If we hadn't
already been flying for 24 hours, this flight would have
been the most comfortable." More!
was stated that we are only meeting with the "lunatic
Israel.. So long as fear drives the sane to trust
in weapons, walls, and wars for illusive security,
I will stand with the lunatics." More!
" Next we met
with Jad Isaac of the Applied Research Institute -Jerusalem.
A former professor
of biology, he uses satellite
imaging to quantify the effect of Israeli occupation
on Palestinian land
and its people." More!
have learned what it is like to be a Palestinian. Palestinians
are humiliated on a daily
their every movement is restricted.. A friend of mine
once asked me why the Palestinians don’t use
peaceful means to end this tragedy. He wondered where
their Gandhi was.
In my opinion they are all
our meetings, we returned to the Israeli Committee
Against Home Demolition work camp in Netanyu. Djoko, Lance and
I helped finish
the exterior concrete on Salim's home. It
was a beautiful sight. Americans, Italians, Brits,
Germans, Palestinians and Jews working side by side.
Around 8:30 local
time, the camp was threatened with a raid." More!
most powerful part of the tour of the old city was
meeting a little boy, 12-years-old, who had lost both of his eyes
year when the Israeli military fired on him. The little
us what had happened to him. His father told us “Bush
does not see this." More!
the university visit, a man named Zaid Oreh took us
on a tour of Jenin, where 65 people died in April of 2002 when
a very large section of the refugee camp. Jenin has
been the hotbed of activity during the current Intifada. The sight
the refugee camp was paralyzing: Where once stood the
482 homes there is nothing now except a vacant lot. Of the
perished with their homes, half of them were actually militants." More!