Dreaming Beyond War: Reflections on War and Peace in Israel and the USA

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Mazo Publishers, 2005 - 79 עמודים
Since the early 1980s, Hadassah Haskale has been writing about events she has witnessed in Israel and the United States relevant to war and peace. Her reflections on recurring waves of violence, on the rise and fall of hopes and bids for peace in the Middle East are the basis for this book, Dreaming Beyond War. In poetry, photographs, and prose, she puts up a mirror to inner and outer worlds. You may be startled to discover the face of the "other" looking back at you from within. The prayer uttered in the opening poem, Heritage, is implicit throughout: "Those who are close quarrel most bitterly! Let us recover the meeting place within Let our fates intertwine fruitfully, Amen"

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