by Daphna Golan-Agnon - £21.99 The New Press (2005)
hardback ISBN 13: 9781565849303 | ISBN 10: 1565849302
Through anecdotes, interviews and letters, the author provides an insider's view of the milestones of the Israeli peace movement, drawing on her experience as co-founder of the pioneering human rights organization B'Tselem and the feminist peace group Bat Shalom.
"Through the heartfelt details of everyday life, she reveals the despair, dreams, contradictions, fear, guilt, momentary triumphs and impossibilities of being an Israeli peace and human rights activist...this is a cry for peace, reconciliation and an edd to the occupation"
(Price & availability last checked: May 2018)
In booklists: Israel & Palestine: Voices of Peace & Solidarity, Peace, War and Non-Violence, Activism & Resistance, Jewish Women, Women and War & Peace, In categories: Peace & Human Rights, World - Middle East, Jewish Diaspora, Changing the World, Politics & Philosophy, Anti-Capitalism & Global Inequality, Feminism & Women,