Tension on the Israel-Gaza border has produced another paroxysm of violence, followed by another ceasefire. Over the last two years, APN has devoted special attention to the situation in Gaza through PeaceCast, our podcast. For valuable perspectives and background, check out our Gaza-focused episodes.
#61: Bridge Over Blood - Friendship between Israelis and Gazans (Ose Oyamendan, whose documentary, A Bridge Over Blood, explores peace efforts by Israelis in southern Israel and Palestinians in Gaza)
#59: Gaza, Preparing for Dawn (Don McIntyre, former Jerusalem bureau chief of UK’s The Independent and author of new book Gaza: Preparing for Dawn)
#45: Calling Gaza: An Other Voice from Israel (Julia Chaitin, activist with Kol Acher, Negev-based peace movement that reaches out to Gazans)
#44: Brian Barber Seeks Words for Gaza (Brian Barber, emeritus professor of psychology, on his longitudinal research of impact of trauma on Gazans)
#43: Omar Shaban Sees Hope in Gaza (Omar Shaban, founder of Gaza think-and-do-tank PalTink on teaching non-violence in Gaza)
#42: Gaza's Sacred Cows (interview with Yizhar Be'er, Israeli journalist/podcaster who documents the history of Israeli rule of the Gaza Strip)
#38: Snipers on the Gaza Border (Omar Shakir of Human Rights Watch, on Israel's handling of demonstrations by Gaza fence)
#23: Gaza Misery (Abby Smardon of UNRWA-USA reports on her trip to Gaza)
#14: Gaza Unplugged (Rania Al-Hilou on living without power in Gaza and Scott Anderson of UNRWA; featuring music by Typo, a Gazan rock band)
#13: Gaza Crisis and Qatar's Role (Marina Wes, World Bank country director for West Bank & Gaza, focusing on Gazan economy)
#10: Movement in Gaza (Sari Bashi of Human Rights Watch and formerly of Gisha on freedom of movement in Gaza)
All PeaceCast episodes available at peacenow.org/podcast.