Tag Archives: Gaza

We’re Missing the Peacebuilders

No one ever talks about the peacebuilders. We talk about peacekeeping, stabilization operations, military movements, conflict resolution, and even peacebuilding as a concept writ large. But rarely do we talk about the everyday people who are actually courageous enough to take a stand.

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Taking Away One Incentive To Bomb Gaza

On multiple occasions since hostilities have recommenced between Hamas and Israel in recent weeks, Israel has come under fire in the media and from the international community for striking U.N. Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) schools and facilities that housed refugees. The attacks on UN schools and facilities in Gaza by Israeli forces have been tragic but

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Uncommon Leadership

The current fighting in Gaza is the result of decades of terror, oppression, and violent conflict between Israel and the Palestinian people. Sparked by the recent kidnapping of three Israeli teens, the Palestinian group Hamas and the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) have exchanged deadly fire, leading to the death of more than 1,000 Palestinians and 48 Israelis in the last

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