A Burglary Motivated by Racism

A Burglary Motivated by Racism

Haaaretz journalists Gideon Levy and Alex Levac reported on a West Bank burglary case in 2020 in which a small Palestinian business was repeatedly burglarized by Jewish settlers. Was this burglary motivated by racism? Mohammed Mahmadi, 29, left his restaurant job in...

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Curt’s Hebron

Curt’s Hebron

Curtis Bell, President of Unitarian Universalists for Justice in the Middle East, spoke to the First Unitarian Church’s Department of Social Justice about his two months in Hebron and what he learned about the Palestinian experience under Israeli occupation. Video...

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Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence is an organization of veterans who served in the Israeli military and share what they have witnessed and experienced in the Occupied Territories with the Israeli public. The organization stimulates public debate about young soldiers facing a...

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Welcome to Hebron

Welcome to Hebron

The first thing 17-year-old Leila asserts in Welcome to Hebron is that no one can tell her what to do. Leila is a Palestinian student living in the Israeli-occupied city of Hebron in the West Bank, and refuses to be a victim of her situation. The film documents the...

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Kim Iversen: A Personal Witness

Kim Iversen: A Personal Witness

Kim Iversen is a nationally syndicated American radio broadcaster who offers independent analysis of today’s politics. In this live broadcast, she describes what she saw when she visited the West Bank, including the Separation Wall, Hebron, and home demolitions. Her...

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Stefan Moore

Stefan Moore

A self-described “secular Jew,” documentary filmmaker Stefan Moore wrote about the troubled history of creating the Jewish state for Consortium News. He argues for a shift from fighting for a two-state solution toward a “democratic secular state accommodating both...

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