The Ramadan connection and the Trump-Kushner Middle East ‘peace’ plan

Resilience in the face of loss. A Palestinian boy sits on a chair as Israeli bulldozers demolish a school site in the village of Yatta, south of Hebron in 2018 (AFP)

It seems odd to even mention the word “peace” at this point of time, when Israel and militants in the Gaza Strip have been engaging in some of the most intense attacks in recent years.

But we recently got a date of sorts for the Trump-Kushner Middle East “peace” plan.

We don’t have a date for when it will bring peace…

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Rashmee Roshan Lall

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PhD. Journalism by trade & inclination. Sign up for free email updates on https://www.rashmee.com email me at rashmee@rashmee.com http://muckrack.com/rashmeerl

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