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Israeli and Palestinian voices : a dialogue with both sides / Cathy Sultan.

Author:
Sultan, Cathy [Browse]
Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
Minneapolis, MN : Scarletta Press, ©2006.
Εdition:
2nd ed.
Description:
vi, 288 pages ; 23 cm
Summary note:
This is a collection of interviews the author conducted in Israel in March 2002.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 284-285) .-194).
Contents:
Introduction -- From Wisconsin to the West Bank -- Ramallah : voices from a Palestinian perspective -- Jerusalem : listening to its residents, both Israeli and Arab -- Homecoming : a new perspective on life -- Interviews : the people behind the conflict. Ramallah, West Bank : interviews with Palestinians. Elias, a history teacher -- Sam B., a businessman -- Huwaida Arraf, a peace activist -- Maise, a documentary filmmaker -- Mr. No Name, a poor villager -- Seham, a mid-wife -- Maha, an actress -- Um. W., an Arab '48er -- Three teenage girls, ages 14 to 16 -- Jeruslame : interviews with Israeli Arabs. Carmen, recent graduate of BirZeit University -- Amira, employed by Hebrew University -- Yasmine, a survivor of the Deir Yassin massacre -- Omar, an Arabic teacher -- Jerusalem : interviews with Israeli Jews. Jessica, an intern at Bat Shalom -- Hanna, a peace activist -- Two Israeli soldiers -- David, a 17-year-old Israeli -- A Refusenik -- W.T., professor at Hebrew University -- Tali, a single Israeli woman -- Brief history of the Middle East -- Current Intifada and its implications -- Conclusions -- Resources -- References -- Bibliography.
Subject(s):
ISBN:
  • 0976520125
  • 9780976520122
OCLC:
65542503
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