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Why This Blog? To see injustice and do or say nothing about it reminds me of the three monkeys, see, hear and speak no evil.

Of all the crises current in the world, the one we Americans even Christians promote, is the oppressive and growing military occupation of Palestine for the past nearly 50 years. Our billions of dollars per year and our votes in the UN put us on the wrong side of history. Many Americans do not know what our tax dollars and votes actively enable—untold suffering, as in Gaza and the West Bank during 2014. Racism. Colonialism and ethnic cleansing. Fear in Israel. Can we support Palestinians’ largely non-violent resistance?

Loving your neighbor as yourself, welcoming the stranger among you and doing to others what you would have them do to you means ending the military occupation. Peace is possible if we Americans are moved to act on what is right.


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