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Non-Violence in Palestine: Timing and Intentions

Ramzy Baroud
...In the midst of this mess, where is the call for Israel to embrace non-violence? Would the media and the world community press the Israelis to embrace non-violence, had they endured such atrocities such as those witnessed in Gaza? And once again, the intentions of the "establishment" come in to question. One has to wonder, if Abu al-Aish would have responded with the resolve of so many grieving parents who vowed to "never leave" to "rebuild" to "resi st until victory or death in its pursuit", would he still be recognized for his efforts to promote peace among Palestinians and Israelis?...

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