Monday February 17, 2020

Unholy blunder in the Holy City

Though widely condemned, Trump’s controversial move on Jerusalem might just lift up the gates on a peace process

10th December, 2017

Not so long ago, I brought several representatives from the Israeli religious right to a Dublin pub to listen to traditional music. They are influential figures in Israeli public life and were here to learn about the Northern Ireland peace process. They sat among the musicians and watched close-up in awe as they played. The musicians let them hold their instruments and explained the materials they were made from and why they made the sound...

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