‘Beyond the Two-State Solution’, by Jonathan Kuttab, is a short introduction to the ongoing crisis in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Zionism and Palestinian Nationalism have been at loggerheads for over a century. Some thought the two-state solution would resolve the conflict between them. Kuttab explains that the two-state solution (that he supported) is no longer viable.Continue reading
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Palestine and the Church of England: The Right Revd Riah Abu El Assal
The Right Revd Riah Abu El Assal, the retired Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem, speaks candidly about how to achieve a just peace in Palestine and his frustrations with the Church of England for failing to engage constructively in the process.
Bishop Riah’s biography, ‘Caught in Between’ is available from Amazon
Revd Mark Battison on Palestine and the Church of England’s Lack of a Prophetic Voice
Mark is President of Friends of Sabeel Australia and a former Anglican clergyman. In this conversation Mark shares his frustration with the Church of England for the absence of a prophetic voice on justice for Palestine. For more information on the organisations Mark mentions see:
Easter Revolution by Garth Hewitt
I was delighted to interview Garth Hewitt about his latest album and book entitled Easter Revolution.
“It is a revolution of peacemaking, of following Jesus the peacemaker. It is a revolution that rejects violence as a solution, rejects greed, and embraces justice for all, sharing with all and welcoming the forgotten. It is a rejection of past ways of mistreating people and is a call for equality. It also recognises the responsibility for the care of the planet. It is a revolution of hope.” Garth HewittContinue reading