Jenin

"When you go to the camp and ask people what they want, they say they want to die. They have no jobs, no hope." Juliano Mer
This month, Sderot, a city less than a mile away from Gaza, which has for the last decade been under an intermittent barrage of rocket attacks, hosted the annual Cinema South Festival.
Juliano was, as his daughter Milay eloquently said at his funeral, "100 percent Arab and 100 percent Jewish." To kill a person like Juliano is like killing peace itself.
(Reporting by Ali Samoudi, writing by Mohammed Assadi in Ramallah and Ori Lewis in Jerusalem) Mer Khamis was the head of
Reading the Washington Post's coverage of the upheaval in the Arab world one day this week, I did a little "thought experiment."
When a 12-year-old Palestinian boy was killed in the West Bank city of Jenin by Israeli soldiers who mistook his toy gun
That cash enables concrete steps -- like the police training in Salfit -- to go ahead. Similar programs in Jenin, the northernmost