Palestine: New Book Benefits CPT



Apartheid Street bookLetters from Apartheid Street: A Christian Peacemaker in Occupied Palestine

Michael McRay interned with CPT Hebron in 2012. His stay coincided with the arrival of a particularly brutal battalion of Israel’s Golani Brigade, and McRay helped compile a report about its abuses that was widely distributed by the United Nations and other international groups.

His journal became the basis for Letters from Apartheid Street. McRay is donating 20% of the profits to CPT. The book is available from Amazon and Wipf & Stock.

“…an important read for human rights workers who want to do this work with integrity… [and] learn how to be the change that they want to see in the world.”

-Tarek Abuata, CPT Palestine Project Support Coordinator

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