"Through the story of Palestinian peace activist Sulaiman Khatib, this book offers a narrative meditation on joint nonviolence and shared dreams in Israel-Palestine, opening a window to the questions of power, multiple narratives, and imagination that touch conflicts and struggles for justice everywhere"--Author:
Penina Eilberg-Schwartz, Sulaiman KhatibPublisher:
8.60h x 5.60w x 0.90dISBN:
About the AuthorSulaiman Khatib
Penina Eilberg-Schwartz writes and lives in the Bay Area and has worked on issues of justice in Israel-Palestine with several organizations. She is a member of IfNotNow, a movement working to transform the American Jewish community's support for the occupation into a call for freedom and dignity for Palestinians, Israelis, and all people.
was born in Hizma/Jerusalem and lives in Ramallah. He is an active member of various programs aiming to promote a peaceful solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. He is cofounder of Combatants for Peace, a nonprofit Israeli/Palestinian peace-building organization.