December 15, 2013

Here's Why Israelis & Palestinians Can Coexist

Hussein Ibish, The National

The Associated Press

The unstable and unhealthy relationship of dominance and subordination, of discipline and control through violence, built into Israel’s occupation was graphically illustrated this week in two separate, tragic and bloody incidents.

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