News Articles: Beyond TON

15Feb 2016

The excerpt below was extracted from one of three reviews with permission from the Editors of Presbyterian Outlook in its February 1, 2016 edition.  There were three reviews of the book in the article.  This review is a brief tasting of the one submitted by Bill Plitt, Executive Director/Co-founder of FOTONNA. “With great respect and deep appreciation […]

21Sep 2015

By Jonathan Cook Global Research, September 08, 2015 Jonathan Cook: The View from Nazareth 8 September 2015 Nearly half a million Palestinian pupils go on strike in Israel as Netanyahu government digs in heels against independent church schools Thousands of Arab schools in Israel went on strike on Monday, their 450,000 pupils remaining at home, as the Israeli government geared […]

18Jun 2015

 Congressional Briefing Packs the House! Watch the briefing here. On June 2, the No Way to Treat a Child Campaign held a Congressional Briefing in the North Congressional Meeting room at the Capitol Visitor’s Center. US Representative Keith Ellison provided the welcome to the standing-room-only event for 130 people, including staffers from over 30 Congressional […]

20Feb 2015

  Dear Justice Advocates, In Gaza, severe winter weather is worsening the deplorable living conditions as residents struggle to survive following the devastating summer war. UNRWA, the United Nations agency assigned to help Palestinian refugees, reported this month: “Already, the incredibly harsh winter in Gaza has claimed the lives of five babies….homeless refugees run the […]

17Feb 2015

Pro-Israeli, Pro-Palestinian, Pro-Jesus by Ryan Rodrick Beiler | March 2015 Evangelicals are no longer automatically taking a one-sided approach to conflict in the Middle East STUN GRENADES AND tear gas bombs exploded in the street outside of Bethlehem Bible College, forcing Rev. Alex Awad to end his class early. Down the block, youth threw stones at the Israeli […]

01Dec 2014

How can a preventable war be justified? And how can one wrap oneself in its rightness in the presence of the horror-show images from Gaza? By Gideon Levy | Jul. 27, 2014 | 5:20 AM | 6 It began as a war of choice: A different Israeli policy in the last few months might have […]

01Dec 2014

By Ben White More than ever, there is a need today to understand the Israel-Palestine conflict Gaza burns while the international community sits quietly, doing nothing about it. Israel has bombarded the territory for two weeks, killing more than 700 Palestinians and wounding well over 3,000. As I write this, I am aware that […]

19Nov 2014

Writing from the West Bank, Sarah Levy explains the source of spiraling violence in East Jerusalem–provocations and deadly assaults by Israeli soldiers and settlers alike. November 19, 2014 TENSIONS WERE already at the boiling point in Jerusalem after weeks of Israeli provocations when two Palestinian men attacked a synagogue on the morning of November 18, […]

13Aug 2014

A Day in Gaza PC(USA) mission co-worker visits partner hospital during ceasefire August 13, 2014 Special to Presbyterian News Service Kate Taber PC(USA) mission co-worker GAZA [PNS] Editor’s note: The Rev. Kate Taber is a mission co-worker for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). She is serving in Israel/Palestine as facilitator for peacemaking and mission partnerships. On Aug. 11, she had the […]

22Jul 2014

Israel Continues Genocide, Ethnic Cleansing of Gaza Posted by Charles E Carlson      July 22, 2014 Israel Invades: Takes lives, Destroys Sustaining Infrastructure Recently Israel shelled a beach near two of Gaza City’s hotels. Twelve years ago, I dined with Gaza friends in one of those hotels overlooking that same beach. Israel’s shelling killed four […]