Mourning the Dead in Israel/Palestine

A Prayer for Peace
by Michael Lerner

Speak Up
by Roni Krouzman

What the Newspapers Don’t Reveal About the Lynch Mentality Spreading Through Israel
by Michael Lerner

Israeli Vengeance Runs Wild—Violating Torah Law and International Law
by Michael Lerner

As a Jew Living in America, the Past Week Has Changed Me Forever
by David Harris-Gershon

Dead Young Men in Mississippi, Israel, and Palestine: Spirals of Violence and Nonviolence
by Arthur Waskow

Tragedy and Humanity in Hebron
by Michael N. Nagler

Netanyahu’s Repulsive Call for “Revenge”
by MJ Rosenberg

Mourning for the Three Murdered Israeli Teens
by Michael Lerner

A Prayer in the Desert: In Memoriam for the Children
by Judith Sarah Schmidt

Reflections from Jerusalem: The Murdered Teens, Hebron, and the Future of Israel/Palestine
by Cherie Brown

Feeling Our Pain Is the Way to Peace
by Nitsan Joy Gordon

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Sixteen-year-old Muhammad Hussein Abu Khdeir, a Palestinian boy from East Jerusalem, was kidnapped and found murdered on Wednesday, his body burnt.


Israeli teens Naftali Frenkel, Gil-Ad Shaer, and Eyal Yifrah were found buried Monday in a West Bank field, 18 days after they were kidnapped.


 
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