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May 13, 2012 | Some mothers today in Palestine do not get gifts. Do not get flowers. Do not even get a kiss from their son for which they fear they even will not see them alive again. Mothers of Palestinian prisoners like Thaer Halahleh and Bilal Thiab, some of many detained without charges and in a hunger strike for human rights, dignity and a life in Justice. Those mothers did not receive a smile but a last letter from their dying sons. Their last wills…

The Yacoub family in Lakeland, all U.S. citizens, has run into problems trying to leave Israel after a summer trip to visit family in the West Bank. Israeli authorities refused to let seven of the children return to the U.S. with their mother. Wedad Yacoub (back, right) was permitted to take three of her youngest children (front, left to right) Rany Yacoub, 10, Ameera Yacoub, 5, and Amani Yacoub, 3.

Israeli soldier pointing his gun at dangerous Islamist school girls.

An Open Letter to Wall Street Journal from a Palestinian Woman