Tag Archives: Politics

No Freedom for an Occupying Nation

      I started writing my Hebrew blog when I was involved in a tragedy of a family in one of the villages in the West Bank. The village spread over the two sides of route 60, the main … Continue reading

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Rumors

  Last Friday (December 4, 2009) an Israeli police force blocked a group of peace activists in the Shuhada street in Hebron (Palestinians are not allowed to drive in Shuada Street although they are its residents). The policemen claimed to … Continue reading

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Critical Reading

(This post was published in Hebrew on July 1st. Its translation was delayed due to technical problems – Aryeh) I went today (June 30) on a tour following Amos Harel and Avi Issacharoff’s report (Haaretz, June 24, 2009) that following … Continue reading

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Pissing on the Wall

  The author of this blog comes to tears (really), every time she encounters non-violent manifestations of Palestinian resistance. In my Hebrew blog I’ve quoted on several occasions in the past poems of Mahmoud Darwish, and also posted photos of … Continue reading

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A Clown against the Occupation

  If you haven’t already, go read first yesterday’s post, also from the Erez terminal. It is important and it is everything this blog aspires to be. The occupation from a “narrow” point of view – an attempt to understand … Continue reading

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To the Attention of Barack Obama: A Note on Outposts and Settlements

You are being deceived. Diverting the attention to the illegal outposts is a well-known tactic among right-wing circles. They don’t really care about the outposts. The goal is to sidetrack attention from the major settlements, and ascertain in public opinion … Continue reading

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