A recent campaign against Palestinian journalist Makbula Nasser, who was attacked on the front page of Israel's most-read newspaper, was meant to strike fear in the hearts of Palestinian citizens of Israel — the fear of speaking out. That may have worked with previous generations. Do you remember the neighborhood bully? The scary one who would hit anyone who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time? Do you also remember what best characterized that bully? An ingenious lack of sophistication that you could see his next move coming from a mile away. [tmwinpost] Earlier this week,…Read More...
The Great Flood Collective (Hamabul), a community organization that seeks to use art in dealing with social and political issues, did a comics workshop for kids in Sderot who spent most of the summer holiday in bomb shelters. "We feared that the poisonous atmosphere will be visible in the drawings," the activists wrote on Hamabul Facebook's page, "but what turned out was the opposite." This is a drawing by Ohad, 11 years old: Take another look - it's even smarter than you think. Related: How will Gaza's children carry their scars into adulthood? WATCH: Israelis from Sderot play Palestinians under the…Read More... | 23 Comments
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