Ayed Morrar
Employee at the Palestinian Interior Ministry
I believe that if you're not doing something, then you accept reality, and if you accept reality, then you agree with the fact that the only solution is for us to keep killing each other. It's hard for me to understand how you can accept something like that. One should do whatever he or she can to change the situation. Even if there is a tiny bit of hope, I think it is better to try to do something than sit there and do nothing.


Lives in: Budrus Was born in: Budrus Year of birth: 1962 Identity: Palestinian Type of work: Nonviolent Direct Action Website: Agenda - Israeli Center for Strategic Communications Coalition of Women For Peace Works at Community Organizer, Budrus Interviewer Joline Rukab, Rula Salameh, Irene Nasser Date of Interview 2006

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