Prayers for Peacemakers  20 July 2020  Palestine


We give thanks for the children in our lives who take brave steps in troublesome times, who gift us with their refreshing insights, and who boldly imagine a new world.

CPT Palestine is especially thankful for the five Palestinian children who are participating in our new photography program: Through Their Lens. These children live in a restricted area of the Old City in al-Khalil (Hebron) and are sharing their stories through photography on our platforms. We are grateful for the depth of truth, hope, and resiliency they impart. We commit to continuing our work towards a world that honours and protects childhood.

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