Holy Land Mosaic chronicles the less reported side of the Middle East scene: the ongoing projects of conciliation and coexistence between Israelis and Palestinians, and between Arabs and Jews in Israel. Daniel Gavron presents a personal journey through the different movements, projects, organizations, and NGOs that promote tolerance and understanding between the two warring peoples.
Daniel Gavron is a long-time journalist. His work has appeared in The New York Times, the Jerusalem Post, and Ariel and aired on NBC and National Public Radio. He is the author of The Kibbutz and The Other Side of Despair and lives in Motza Elite, Israel.
Chapter 1 Prologue Chapter 2 Chapter One: Human Rights in the Shadow of Conflict Chapter 3 Chapter Two: Courage to Listen Chapter 4 Chapter Three: Refusing to be Enemies Chapter 5 Chapter Four: The Ultimate Symbol of Peace Chapter 6 Chapter Five: Learning together Chapter 7 Chapter Six: Living together Chapter 8 Chapter Seven: Island of Sanity Chapter 9 Chapter Eight: An encounter that spans the centuries Chapter 10 Chapter Nine: Building Blocks of Equality Chapter 11 Chapter Ten: Creativity and Recreation Chapter 12 Chapter Eleven: Donkey Garden of Eden Chapter 13 Chapter Twelve: Academy for the Environment Chapter 14 Chapter Thirteen: Thinking together Chapter 15 Chapter Fourteen: Joint Media Initiatives Chapter 16 Chapter Fifteen: The Veterans in the Field Chapter 17 Chapter Sixteen: Religious Faith: Problem or Solution Chapter 18 Chapter Seventeen: First Among Equals Chapter 19 Epilogue