January 1, 2012

Undoing Racism – The Gift of Discomfort

by Tim Nafziger The July-September 2011 issue of Signs of the Times featured an article by CPTer Elizabeth García entitled “Walls of Shame” in which

Service Roster

A listing of CPTers and where they served. Aboriginal Justice: CPTers serving the Aboriginal Justice team April-June 2012 were Art Arbour (Ontario, Canada), Julián Gutiérrez

Service Roster

A listing of CPTers and where they served….. Iraqi KurdistanCPTers serving the Iraq team January-March 2012 were: Bud Courtney (New York, USA), Lukasz Firla (Czech

Palestine: More Love

by Tarek Abuata Jesus said to “love your neighbor” and to “love your enemy.”  Jean Zaru, in her book Occupied with Nonviolence: A Palestinian Woman

Palestine: Golani Brigade Escalates Abuse

  Since the Israeli military’s Golani Brigade arrived in al-Khalil/Hebron in late December, international accompaniment organizations including CPT have documented a sharp increase in serious

Palestine: Entombed in Hebron

by Bob Holmes Hebron is a sacred place because of the cave/tomb of Abraham and Sarah, Rebecca and Isaac, Jacob and Leah.  Today Hebron feels

Palestine: Dying to Live

by Chris Knestrick The day after Israeli authorities arrested him, Khader Adnan declared a hunger strike to protest Israel’s policy of administrative detention.  Israel had

Palestine: Dairy Farm Demolished

  On May Day, 1 May, at 7:45 a.m., CPTers received a call from Noah al-Rajabi in the Palestinian town of Bani Naim (Hebron District).

Palestine: to Build Another Day

  Israel military officials stymied efforts by Palestinian and international volunteers to build a house for Um Fagarah villagers (South Hebron Hills) on 2 June.

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