We belong to the land : the story of a Palestinian Israeli who lives for peace and reconciliation / Elias Chacour with Mary E. Jensen ; with a new preface by Elias Chacour.
By: Chacour, Elias
Contributor(s): Jensen, Mary EMaterial type: TextSeries: Erma Konya Kess lives of the just and virtuous series: Publisher: Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame Press, ©2001Edition: [New ed.]Description: xvi, 212 p. : map ; 22 cmISBN: 0268019630; 9780268019631Subject(s): Chacour, Elias, 1939- | Catholic Church -- Byzantine rite, Melchite -- Israel -- Galilee -- Clergy -- Biography | Palestinian Arabs -- Israel -- Galilee -- Biography | Arab-Israeli conflictAdditional physical formats: Online version:: We belong to the land.; Online version:: We belong to the land.DDC classification: 956.94/0049274/0092 | B LOC classification: DS113.7 | .C495 2001Other classification: 15.75
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 207-209).
Stronger than the storm -- We don't want you here! -- The tree must live! -- Palm Sunday prisoners -- A new Jeremiah speaks -- Where is God? -- Go visit every home! -- We young priests -- Escape -- Of cucumbers, books, and pigs -- Marching in Jerusalem -- Welcome to Beirut, Abuna! -- This man is like ashes -- We are human beings, not cattle or insects -- The mount of the ogre -- Remember the little ones, my son -- Get up, go ahead, do something, move! -- The mount of light -- For sale : one permit -- Betrayed -- Living stones -- Crucified in Gaza -- No more dirty anybody! -- Dry bones will come back to life -- Notes -- Glossary.
"Nominated several times for the Noble Peace Prize, world-renowned Palestinian priest, Elias Chacour, narrates the gripping story of his life spent working to achieve peace and reconciliation among Israeli Jews, Christians, and Muslims. From the destruction of his boyhood village and his work as a priest in Galilee to his efforts to build schools, libraries, and summer camps for children of all religions, this peacemaker's moving story brings hope to one of the most complex struggles of our time."--Jacket.