The conversations with 21 activists from South Africa and Israel who campaign for Palestinian rights shatter perceptions cultivated by
widespread propaganda to show that the issue is, after all, not so difficult to understand. One by one they connect the private and the public, the particular and the general, the conceptual and the practical, the localand the global.
21 Voices from Israel and South Africa
The deep differences between the Palestinian and Israeli narratives lead many to conclude that it is too difficult to understand how it all began, and if and how to choose sides.
Why be involved in this matter when there are so many atrocities in the world? Is there a way out of the deadlock?
This book – in content and style – represents a fresh approach to the field of Palestine-Israel studies. It is accessible, yet scientifically and ethically accountable.