Posts Tagged ‘reconciliation’

Between Reputation and Reality: Jordan, Fall 2011

Posted Dec 21 in Trip Recaps by 2 Comments

Read why words like “hope” and “justice” belong in our discussions about the Middle East…

Land vs. Peace – Part II

Posted Dec 16 in Articles by 2 Comments

Seeking peace with peace itself? Read more about the Holy Land Institute’s groundbreaking work towards reconciliation in the Holy Land…

Land vs. Peace – Part I

Posted Dec 14 in Articles by 6 Comments

Stepping over the Jordanian border into Israel brought me face to face with some serious pursuers of peace in the Holy Land…

Healing the Land: Israel/Palestine, Spring 2011

Posted May 09 in Trip Recaps by 1 Comment

“Peace in the Middle East” isn’t as impossible as it seems…

A Rallying Cry

Posted May 07 in Travel Journals by 1 Comment

As I leave the Holy Land, the simple words of an old Palestinian woman echo in my heart…

An Eye for an Eye

Posted May 05 in Articles by 2 Comments

Can kind, peaceful people really support terrorism?

Refuge – Part II

Posted May 03 in Articles by 2 Comments

What lies ahead for Palestinian refugees around the world?

Refuge – Part I

Posted May 02 in Articles by 5 Comments

While visiting two refugee camps in the West Bank, I was surprised by what I found…

Photo Gallery: The Desert

Posted Apr 30 in Photos by 8 Comments

Now that you’ve read about our trip to the desert, it’s time to see what it looked like…

Into the Wild

Posted Apr 28 in Articles by 6 Comments

Deep in the wilderness, walls of separation began to fall away…