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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
Young Voices from Jerusalem
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Table of Contents
by Ziad AbuZayyad and by Hillel Schenker
Constrained under Israeli urban planning and demographic policies and disconnected from the Palestinian Authority, Palestinian Jerusalemites are facing fateful life decisions.
by Tariq S. Nassar
Growing economic dependency and the the global culture of consumption have fostered the mixing of the two populations in workspaces and commercial areas.
by Marik Shtern
How can Palestinian Jerusalemites empower educational institutions in East Jerusalem to ensure their right to education and maintain their national identity?
by Yahya Hijazi
Jerusalem is its people, not just its stones. And while the city stands tall, its people are in ruins.
by Sahar Vardi
Whether Palestinians protest violently or nonviolently Israel responds with military force, so how can the violence end in the Occupied Palestinian Territories without an end to occupation?
by Amira Abd Elrahim
If Jerusalem is the center and microcosm of the conflict, then Jerusalemites are the ones who need to lead the charge for change.
by Shalom Boguslavsky
Social media should be protected as a platform for freedom of expression and not be used as a pretext to hunt down Palestinian activists.
by Ziad Khalil AbuZayyad
It is time for generational change in the Israeli peace camp, with the old guard’s insights about why it failed to win public support for a peace agreement.
by Meir Margalit
The positive impacts of dialogue-based initiatives are undermined by the lack of freedom of movement and unequal civil rights under the discriminatory system in place.
by Silvia Hassouna
The more youth become actively involved in confronting the occupation, the more prison will remain a persistent feature of Palestinian society in Jerusalem.
by Christopher Smith
We can reform peace education to make it more effective, but teaching conflict transformation at a national level may be just as critical.
by Liza Bernstein and by Deema Yusuf
Hundreds of participants of youth peace education programs – Jewish Israeli, Israeli Palestinians, and Palestinians in the Occupied Territories – have gone on to engage in peace-building efforts.
by Ned Lazarus
History does not need to move forward lineally to a third or fourth or fifth intifada.
by Ignacio Rullansky
Held on Saturday Oct. 24 in East Jerusalem with seven young Palestinians
Held on Tuesday Oct. 20th in West Jerusalem Racheli Ibenboim, Hagit Ofran, Einat Yiftach-El, Yossi Saidov, Ehud Uziel, Eran Tzidikiyahu, and Hava Schwartz. Moderator: Shalom Boguslavsky.
A detailed description of what is needed to achieve a two-state solution.
by Raphael Cohen-Almagor
In the Casbah
by Salma Khadra Jayyusi
by Fadwa Tuqan