Galilee Flowers

    • Title: Galilee Flowers
    • Author(s) / Editor(s): Israel Shamir (Author)
    • Publisher: BookSurge Publishing
    • Year: 2005
    • ISBN-10: 1419613510
    • ISBN-13: 978-1419613517
    • Language: English
    • Pages: 293
    • Size / Format: 2,4 mb / pdf
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Description: The essays collected in the this book were written during the years 2001-2002, in the old Palestinian port-town of Jaffa, on the shore of the Eastern Mediterranean, during the Second Intifada, or Intifada al-Aqsa, but they are not limited to events in Palestine. The war in the Holy Land is presented as the centre-stage of the world-wide struggle of ideas, against a backdrop of such momentous modern developments as the growing influence of American Jewry (“the Rise of the Jews”), the decline of the Left, the ascent of Globalisation, the first steps of the anti Globalisation movement, and the outbreak of World War Three with America against the Third World. It is a daring attempt to tie together various political, theological, military and social threads, and to formulate fresh concepts that provide people with new tools for analysis and action. While seeking the Liberation of Palestine, the author pursues another, more broad goal as well: that of the Liberation of Public Discourse.

A Doctor in Galilee: The Life and Struggle of a Palestinian in Israel

    • Title: A Doctor in Galilee: The Life and Struggle of a Palestinian in Israel
    • Author(s) / Editor(s): Hatim Kanaaneh (Author)
    • Publisher: Pluto Press
    • Year: 2008
    • ISBN-10: 0745327877
    • ISBN-13: 978-0745327877
    • Language: English
    • Pages: 320
    • Size / Format: 10,8 mb / pdf
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Description: Hatim Kanaaneh is a Palestinian doctor who has struggled for over 35 years to bring medical care to Palestinians in Galilee, against a culture of anti-Arab discrimination. This is the story of how he fought for the human rights of his patients and overcame the Israeli authorities’ cruel indifference to their suffering. Kanaaneh is a native of Galilee, born before the creation of Israel. He left to study medicine at Harvard, before returning to work as a public health physician with the intention of helping his own people. He discovered a shocking level of disease and malnutrition in his community and a shameful lack of support from the Israeli authorities. After doing all he could for his patients by working from inside the system, Kanaaneh set up The Galilee Society, an NGO working for equitable health, environmental and socio-economic conditions for Palestinian Arabs in Israel. This is a brilliant memoir that shows how grass roots organisations can loosen the Zionist grip upon Palestinian lives.