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Publisher: Chicago Review Press (May 1, 2011)
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touring to thousand-year-old olive groves, besieged villages, refugee camps, checkpoints, and barracks, Michael Riordon talks with humans on each side of the Israeli–Palestinian clash who struggle violence and struggle via artistic resistance. The area continues to be an emblem of instability fueled by way of violence and hatred, and this research enters into the center of the dispute and gives a distinct point of view. the writer uncovers the crises that stirred them to behave, the dangers they face in operating for peace, and the small victories that maintain them. those tales of Israelis who refuse to work out Palestinians as enemies and Palestinians who perform nonviolent resistance holiday all stereotypes. within the face of deepening clash, this portrait of brave grassroots motion presents wish for a livable destiny and idea to peace activists in all international locations.