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Bearing witness: A Jewish scholar explains the BDS movement to hold Israel accountable

Think Tech Hawaii recently ran this interview with a disclaimer warning viewers that they should seek out the other side of this issue by watching another show they offered about anti-Semitism on campus 2017. This interview is posted here, with

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Posted in I BLOG, Justice, Politics and Religion, Uncategorized

Noura Erakat in Honolulu: Solidarity Across Borders

No matter how much you thought you understood–or did not understand–about Palestine and Israel, you would have come away from Noura Erakat’s first talk in Honolulu with new information and a new lens through which to look at the laws,

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Posted in I BLOG, Israel, Middle East, Palestine

Ubuntu: Our Covenantal Relationship with Each Other

                                                                               

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Posted in Gaza, I BLOG, Islam, Judaism, Justice, Middle East, Peace with Justice, Uncategorized

Marching in Honolulu for the Children of Gaza

Last week, for the third consecutive Tuesday, people in Honolulu gathered to protest the escalating assault on Gaza and its people, and in particular the horrific violence inflicted on innocent children. Repeatedly. This time the protest started with a march

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July 22: Honolulu Protests Assault on Gaza. “Bethlehem – 2006” Revisited

Sharing here, with permission, a poem, “Bethlehem – 2006” written by Methodist minister, Rev. Barbara Grace Ripple after her visit to the Holy Land. She went back again in 2013 and found the situation worse. She spoke with Palestinians, Christians

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Posted in Catholics and Culture, I BLOG, Israel, Justice, Palestine, Uncategorized

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