Edited by Nancy Stohlman and Laurieann Aladin
South End Press
Riveting eyewitness accounts of everyday life under occupation in Palestine form the core of this collection of essays. From confrontations in olive groves to the siege of Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity, these accounts give incontrovertible evidence of the power of solidarity in the face of settler violence and state terror.
Two stories are intertwined in this book: that of Palestinians-calling the world's citizens to join them in nonviolent resistance to the Israeli Occupation-and that of people like Rachel Corrie who have responded by putting their lives on the line. This is the first book to give the inside story of the unprecedented International Solidarity Movement.
Jews and Arabs, North Americans, Europeans, Israelis, and activists worldwide are bringing the world's attention to the brutality of the Occupation, and calling into question the Occupation itself. These are harrowing and poignant accounts from people committed to justice, dedicated to nonviolence, and longing for peace.
Amer Abdelhadi, Abbedl Fattah Abu-Srour, Ali Abunimah, Laurieann Aladin, Ghassan Andoni, Huwaida Arraf, Hanan Mikhail-Ashrawi, Nabila Assaf, Ida Audeh, Mustafa Barghouthi, Linda Bevis, Noam Chomsky, Rachel Corrie, Arjan el Fassed, Hanan Elmasu, Jordan Flaherty, Karen Glasgow (translator), Neta Golan, Islah Jad, Kathy Kelly, Paul Larudee, Rob Lipton, Edward Mast, John Petrovato, Renad Qubbaj, Maia Ramnath, Fawzia Reda, George N. Rishmawi, Thom Saffold, Edward W. Said, Abdul Jawad Saleh, Mark Schneider, Kristen Schurr, Michael Shaik, Ghadeer Shaka'a, Adam Shapiro, Starhawk, Nancy Stohlman, Linda Wolf, and Brian Wood