In 1988, a photographer in the West Bank snapped a photo of a scrawny 8-year-old with tears in his eyes, hurling a rock at an Israeli soldier. The photograph symbolized the rage and frustration of the intifada. More than 20 years later, that boy, Ramzi Hussein Aburedwan, has grown up to become a visionary musician.
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Articles and Commentary
- We blew it after 9/11. We’re blowing it again after Paris
- Our media’s context-free zone: “There is much more alarm when Israelis rather than Palestinians are dying”
- In the Bookroom Q&A: Sandy Tolan, Author of Children of the Stone
- Witness to a Catastrophe: Sandy Tolan on 'Night in Gaza' and 'The 51 Day War'
- Divine inspiration or pure politics: What’s behind Charles Schumer’s opposition to Obama’s Iran deal?
- LA Times Op-Ed: Israeli policies sparked the deadly Duma fire
Daily Life in a Land of Conflict
- The "Knife Intifada" Context: The Incredible Shrinking Palestine
- Tolan on 'hope and dignity' amidst Israel's military occupation
- Tolan’s ‘Children of the Stone’ paints an honest devastating portrait of life under occupation
- The Journal of Music (Ireland): A Musical Intifada
- Ramzi Aburedwan and Sandy Tolan on "Performance Today" with Fred Child
- In Palestine, A Child Of Violence Becomes A Music Educator