Global, Israel, Justice, Uncategorized

And then, sometimes, there is hope…

Pop on over to South JerusalemMohammed, Yakut and Musa to check out Gershom Gorenberg’s latest tale of civility. In the midst of the insanity that is the occupation, Gorenberg has become one third of a team of friends that has been occasionally venturing forth to commit acts of kindness in the wake of this or that insidious act of quotidian cruelty committed by the Israeli forces of occupation.
The first outing (involving a washing machine and an abuse of power) can be found here. The latest chapter is here.
Three men in a battered station wagon do not a revolution make. And yet… it is the blatant crossing of boundaries and the acceptance of responsibility for evils which one did not commit—yet were perpetrated in one’s name—which will, in the aggregate, undermine the ability to wage endless war.

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