Israel's wall of separation.
Standing for peace in a war zone is never easy, but it's becoming
next to impossible for Middle East human rights groups.
WHILE ARTHUR WASKOW makes a few valid points about the anti-war movement and anti-Semitism therein, I am not comfortable being pigeonholed into some particular category of his choosing.
I was moved by Josh Healey's concern for the human rights of
Palestinians ("Not in My Name"). It's encouraging to see young people
committed to justice.
When this book was published, the Committee to Protect Journalists had just named the West Bank as "the worst place to be a journalist."
First he took off his hat and coat; then his sweater and shirt.
This edition of Sojourners went to press just as the U.S. military strikes in Afghanistan began, which makes this special issue even more critical.
My wife, Joy, my son, Luke, and I had dinner recently with our friend Michael Lerner
and his wife, Debora, in their Berkeley, California home.
On the front lines with Christian Peacemaker Teams
Rabbis for Human Rights
American Jews in Israel
Jewish Unity for a Just Peace
You wouldn't know it from media reports, but there's a hopeful movement being born in the Middle East
What we are able to remember is important, but how we remember is even more so. Nowhere is this more true than in the Middle East.