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How Rami and Bassam changed my attitude to the Israel-Palestine debate on campus

MAX BABUS rethinks the polarised arguments that haunt the lives of Australian Jewish students.

Two weeks, two fathers and one united message for peace

From interfaith audiences to school students, sold-out public events and political lobbying, the powerful peace tour of two bereaved fathers is provoking deep emotions among Australians audiences.

‘Don’t remember our names, just remember our stories’

Visiting Australia on a Plus61J Media tour, BASSAM ARAMIN and RAMI ELHANAN who both lost daughters in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict spoke intimately with MICHAELA KALOWKSI about loss and listening.

Bereaved fathers to bring their heartfelt peace message to Australia

Israeli Rami Elhanan and Palestinian Bassam Aramim are coming on a Plus61J tour to spread a lesson in peacebuilding born of the deepest grief.

Palestinians refused entry to Israel for joint memorial service

inister says it's a security decision but peace organisations say Israeli governments have a history of trying to block the controversial joint service on Yom Hazikaron.

Book that challenges us to stop making order out of Middle East mess

DEBORAH STONE: The parallel narratives of pain and loss running through Colum McCann’s novel Apeirogon show us a way to live with the complexity of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Two fathers united in grief, and a desire for peace

Both Bassam Aramin, a Palestinian academic, and Rami Elhanan, an Israeli graphic designer, have lost children to violence; they now give lectures calling for peace

50 years after the Six-Day War – why is this year different for some in Israeli civil society?

Why is this year different for Israeli civil society organizations? – Akiva Eldar – Al-Monitor 13.04.17 And see: Between Dialogue and Joint Struggle – Israel Social...

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