Responses from Palestinians, Muslims and Arabs


A response from Iyad from Jordan to “Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor”


                                                               Neighbors without walls   Introduction: I present myself to you today, a person who shattered conceptions that were imposed on me but which I’d never taken for granted; conceptions that I was prohibited from questioning or…

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A response from Kadhim from Iraq to “Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor”


  Thoughts about the first letter - The Wall Between Us Before sharing my thoughts regarding the first letter of Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor, I would like to pass on my warm regards to the great writer, Yossi, and his team. I wish you all success in your wonderful work. The…

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A response by Mujahed Kobbe to “Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor”


Dear Yossi, I suspect that with the current events unravelling in the Middle East, watching Arab and Muslim Gulf nations embrace peace with and recognize Israel must feel like as much of a dream to you as it does to me.  It was the announcement of a peace deal between the UAE and Israel that got me…

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A response by Abdullah from Kuwait to “Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor”


    I had the honor to be invited to read this book, Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor, which was written by Yossi Klein Halevi. The book’s name drew my attention and attracted me to read it. The author, who also wrote “Like Dreamers”, attempts to find a solution to an existential…

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A response from Muhamed from Egypt to “Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor”


    I have just finished reading about a quarter of the book Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor which was written by the author Yossi Klein Halevi. This book merits to be considered a distinguished work of literature which explains and focuses on the religious Jewish identity. Based on…

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A response by Hameed Al-Hadery from Yemen to “Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor”


While reading the first letter of Yossi Klein Halevi’s Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor I was taken by surprise when Yossi introduced himself as an observant religious Jewish writer. I would love to share with you some of my thoughts about the book and its writer: I could easily feel Yossi’s…

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A response by Mustafa from Egypt to “Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor”


  Dear Yossi, I am an Egyptian young man who's been passionate to know about the nature of the conflict between Israel and Egypt from an early age, especially since I was born years after the conflict and wasn't there to witness those events. Luckily, by the time I was born the leaders of both…

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A response from Qais Shaker from Iraq to “Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor”


  Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor contains deep rooted historical hatred against Iraq; the author discusses, with preconceived hatred, the role of the ancient king of Iraq (Nebuchadnazer) in expelling the Jews from Jerusalem and praises the Persians who allowed them to return to the holy…

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A response by Rasha from Iraq to “Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor”


  Is peace considered a religious message that is restricted by politics? The author, Yossi Klein Halevi, says that peace starts with both sides’ ability to listen to each other’s narrative - a path that paves the road to peaceful coexistence. This road can be paved if both sides focus on what…

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A response by Ibrahim from Iraq


  My review of the book "Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor" I personally love the Iraqi Jews. I am an Iraqi Muslim and our fathers and grandfathers told us a lot about the Iraqi Jews who lived among us: They told us about the good relations they had with them while they were living together…

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A response from Ali from Iraq to “Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor”


  I am writing these letters as I read the book. I sent them to your team while I was still in the process of reading. Here's my first response, a response to the book's first letter.   Introduction: First of all, I would like to send my greetings to Michal, the lady who introduced…

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A response by Bint Sana’a from Yemen


  Dear Yossi, I hope all is well with you. I have read the book "Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor" and found it immensely interesting in the beggining because it moved me, emotionally, and attracted me to continue reading more until the author started diving into the religious aspects of the…

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A response by the activist Moomen Sallam from Egypt


To my Israeli neighbor,   My dear neighbor Yossi Klein Halevi,   I have read your letters to our Palestinian neighbour since I am your neighbor from Egypt and thus, both you and the Palestinian are my neighbors, and in fact, it is a book which is written in the form of letters that address all the…

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Journalist Hussain Abdul-Hussain’s response to “Letters to My Palestinian Neighbour”


    This article first appeared, in Arabic, on Alhurra. Here's the link  A letter to Israeli Yossi Klein Halevi Dear Yossi, greetings. I came across your book “Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor,” and I did not put it down until I had read it in full. Then I surfed your Facebook page,…

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A response by Hana from Iraq


Dear Yossi, I have finished reading the first letter “The Wall between Us” and I must admit that in the beginning I couldn't understand what you meant when you used the term "wall".  I thought that you were referring to the wall that you have built for your country's security, but…

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A response by Qasem Y. Awad from Palestine


  Dear Yossi I managed to read part of your book, to be more precised I have finished reading only the first letter. I have some thoughts this letter and I would like to share them with you.  But before I start let me tell you something: if the rest of your book is written the same the first…

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A response from Ahmed Sa’eed from Yemen  


  Dear Yossi Klein, I am writing to you from a country that surrounded us by walls of hatred so we won’t be able to communicate with you. I have finished reading your book "Letters to my Palestinian neighbor".  I am curious to know what your reaction will be when you find out that I agree…

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A response from Duha Salem from Jordan to “Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor”


  Duha Salem, response to the first and second letters,   Dear Yossi   I would like to thank you for putting the effort into writing this distinguished book with its meaningful message.  Communicating with and reaching out to the other side on a human level in order to bring peace and…

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A response from Nasir Altayib from Sudan


  Dear Yossi, Thank you for inviting me to read your beautiful book “Letters to my Palestinian neighbor” which I have had the pleasure to read thoroughly. I appreciate the efforts you have put into explaining a lot of controversial issues in detail, not to mention your courage and honesty in…

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A book review – Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor – by Hisham from Egypt


    A book review – Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor - by Hisham from Egypt   I had the honor to be invited to read the book  “Letters to my Palestinian neighbor” by the Israeli writer Yossi Klein Halevi. In fact, I did not intend to read it right away but when I had some spare…

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A correspondence between Ayad Hwady from Iraq and Yossi


  Dear Yossi, I would love to share my honest opinion with you regarding your letters to your dear neighbor. From someone who comes from Arab and Islamic origins you’d expect my mind to be filled with pre-judgmental ideas as a result of the education I was brought up on when I was a child and…

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A warm response by Yousef from Palestine


  Dear brother, Yossi, I used to be your "next door" neighbor, one of many Palestinians you are addressing, but my family managed to move to the UK several years ago because we have relatives here and I choose to call you brother because we are no longer neighbors but I feel as if we,…

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A response from Mrs. Suhair from Iraq


  Asalamu Alaykum wa Rahmatu Allah wa Barakatu (Peace, mercy and blessings of God be upon you),   Thank you so much for your warm wishes to the people of Iraq. I believe that these wishes come straight from your heart and your kindness.  This book is a serious step towards bringing Arabs…

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A response from Omar from Syria


  Dear Yossi,  I read your wonderful book which shows how much effort you have put into it and proves your dedication to spread the words of truth: these words that reflect the spirit of millions of Jewish men, women and kids for thousands of years. Your words represent the voice of…

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A response by the Kuwaiti writer AbdulAziz Alqenaei


  “Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor “is a book that was published in 2018, is available both in English and in Arabic, and is currently being translated to Hebrew. The Arabic edition has 107 pages and the Author’s name is Yossi Klein Halevi. Yossi is a writer and a commentator on Jewish and…

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A letter to my Jewish Neighbor by M.G from Bethlehem


                                                          A letter to my Jewish Neighbor When I first heard/read on one of the websites online (I can’t remember if it were a Palestinian or an Israeli one) about the book, it stuck in my mind and I knew that I had to read it and send you my own…

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Kamal Al-Hasoon’s response to Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor


  Dear Yossi, I was seven years old when I heard the word “Israel” for the first time and that was while I was a pupil studying in one of the Syrian Baathist schools. They taught us that Israel was the occupying entity which is trying to take over the entire Arab world. I was surrounded by…

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Salaam’s response – An Egyptian reader


  Dear Yossi,  Thank you so much for sharing this marvelous literary work with me. Without getting into too many details, reading the book stirred my emotions and brought up a lot of old memories, sorrows, moments of happiness and pain and, at the same time, gratitude to God. I hope we meet…

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A book review by the Journalist Suzan Quitaz – London


  I have lost the account of the number of books I have read about the Palestinian Israeli conflict. In where the discourse is often one-sided supporting the narrative of one over the other. Halevi’s book "Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor" looks beyond the claim of whose claim is more holly…

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A response by Haitham Fadel – A Palestinian journalist


  The Israeli author Yossi Klein Halevi wrote a book called “Letters to My Palestinian Neighbour”. On the book’s cover there is a drawing of an olive tree branch consisting of ten leaves that symbolize the ten letters addressing his Palestinian neighbour: The Wall Between Us, Need and Longing,…

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Salah from Palestine – my impressions after meeting Yossi and his staff


The first meeting with a person you have considered to be your enemy your entire life can change some of your perspectives and turn things upside down. The trip from Ramallah to Jerusalem for the purpose of meeting Yossi helped me to re-evaluate the relations between the two sides, regardless of…

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Ibn Dijlah’s from Iraq response


Dear Yossi, I started reading the book. It is quite passionate and uses interesting reasoning. However, to judge its value, one has to know the strategic purpose of writing and its targeted audience. It probably is not aimed at people like me who quite understand and are sympathetic to the plight…

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A response from Waleed Al-harbi from Saudi Arabia


Dear Yossi, The book that you wrote is amazing. It taught me a lot about the Jewish nation and religion. To be honest, I have become more open towards Israel over the past couple of years and this book just convinced me to continue this path. The letters you wrote do not address only the…

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Yossi Klein Halevi Asks Me To Recognize His Humanity. Can He Do The Same For Me?


Yossi Klein Halevi Asks Me To Recognize His Humanity. Can He Do The Same For Me? - Khalil Sayegh, Forward

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Rawan Osman from Syria – A letter to Yossi Klein Halevi


Dear Yossi, I am one of many Syrians living abroad, scattered around the globe. For nearly five decades, Al-Assad regime condemned us to austerity and oppression for the sake of defending the “Arab dignity” against the Israeli project. After the regime and its allies—not the Israelis—displaced and…

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Amira from Morocco – a letter to Yossi Klein Halevi


  Dear Yossi,  Thank you so much for inviting me to read your book  "Letters To My Palestinian Neighbor" I like the book ! I have read about 45 pages so far but I managed to understand so many things about you, you history, your identity  and why you wrote this book. I will continue reading…

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A. Atar from Iraq – response to “Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor”


  Dear Yossi, I am writing these words not out of hostility to the culture of origin but out of desperation to find new ways to overcome its social barriers that hamper social progress that would have made me feel proud of where I originally come from.. The intended social progress is in the…

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Aboud Dandachi: a former Syrian refugee’s response to “Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor”


Review of “Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor” Dear Yossi, from someone who is not your neighbor. Tomorrow is October 19th. Not a particularly note worthy date. But tomorrow it will be exactly 2 years and 3 months since I landed in Canada, one refugee on a plane carrying 20 others. To me, the 19th…

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A book review to “Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor” by Ali Alayed


  The name of this book attracted me immensely but I didn’t imagine that I would finish reading it within a few hours from the minute I started reading the first letter. I have had the honor to be invited to read the book “Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor” written by Yossi Klein Halevi, and…

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Abdelgawad Sayed’s second response to Yossi Klein Halevi


ABDELGAWAD'S **SECOND** RESPONSE Dear Yossi, Thank you for your kind reply to my Arabic article that was published on Alhewar Almotamaden in 13/7/2019, in response to your book, "Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor",  and once again I decided to publish my response in an article in order to get…

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Dr. Elham Manea’s Second Response to Yossi’s Letter


This is Dr. Manea's second response to Yossi's letter to her. If you would like to read Dr. Manea's first response to the book click here. Dear Yossi, I received your letter last Sunday and was touched by its honest words. I cherished it. On the same day I was leaving for a week of workshops in…

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Book club activity: Eyas, Family, Friends, and Fun in Jerusalem


Eyas: Family, Friends, and Fun in Jerusalem - Eyas - By Debate For Peace

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Said from Saudi Arabia writes to Yossi


Dear Yossi, First of all, I would like to thank you for inviting me to read this book and write my thoughts about it. After having read your book I found it to be valuable an important. You, the author, had the courage to address the most sensitive and controversial issues regarding the…

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Salah From Palestine


My notes/book review –  Salah from Palestine Since Mr. Yossi is a prominent writer and journalist, he has successfully introduced the Jewish narrative to the Arab readers in this book. The storytelling was smooth and beautiful. The writer implemented several fundamental media tactics/tools for…

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Abdelgawad Sayed from Egypt – a blog post


Dear Yossi, First of all, I would like to thank you for inviting me to read your valuable book “Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor “. I found this book eloquently written, rich with emotions and good faith. I published my review in order to spread the word and broaden the circle of dialogue, hoping…

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Correspondence between Sultan from Saudi Arabia and Yossi


Dear Yossi, Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity to read your inspiring book, where I found genuine and honest intentions to spread peace among all human beings, not only Arabs and Israelis. After having read the book - I agree with you in so many issues you raised. I also want you to…

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Dr. Elham Manea’s first response- Imagine Peace and Work for It


Imagine Peace and Work for It “You have to start somewhere”, she told me. She was a veteran female mediator whom I met in a national dialogue conference in Helsinki, organized by the Finnish Foreign Ministry, in November 2015. We were having our breakfast early in the morning before the sessions…

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A response from Abdelillah from Morocco to “Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor”


Dear Yossi, I have never read such a wonderful book about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It took me only a few days to finish reading it in Arabic (over 100 A4-pages). I needed to pause and think after reading each paragraph because each and every one taught me various things about which I had…

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Fred Maroun from Ottawa


I have read many books on the Israel Arab conflict, yet I consider that "Letter to my Palestinian neighbor", a very short book by Yossi Klein Halevi, to be the best book that I have read on the conflict. This is why. First, the book explains in very simple yet eloquent terms the whole context of…

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Anonymous Reader


Dear Yossi, I read and truly immersed myself in this book. There are things I want to express which might betray my ignorance, but I shall force myself to be uncensored, in keeping with the spirit of the book, which I also deemed uncensored and heartfelt. This book – this emotional appeal – is long…

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Other Responses


A response from Emanuel Shahaf – The Federation Movement


  Yossi Klein Halevi’s book “Letters to my Palestinian Neighbor” is a wonderful compendium of the Israeli narrative; beautifully written, sensitive and sensible, painting a relatively clear picture of the challenges with which we are up against in arriving at a mutual understanding between…

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A letter from Jordan G. – A high school youth from the U.S.


Dear Distant Cousin, I am not Palestinian, I am a member of the very much assimilated American Jewry. I know I am not part of the group that you extended your invitation to write to. I am sure that you have received dozens of gushing responses from people like me who think that maybe if they make…

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A letter to Yossi from Lyn Julius – the author of Uprooted


Dear Yossi Your book is a lyrical, valiant, well-written, faith-based attempt to set out the case for Israel. For Jews these are well-rehearsed arguments, but I thought your idea of addressing a Palestinian audience is inspiring. Congratulations! As the daughter of Iraqi-Jewish refugees, I was…

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Yossi's Replies


Yossi’s reply to Kadhim from Iraq


This is Yossi's response to Kadhem from Iraq. to read Kadhem's full response check this link   Dear Kadhim, First, please accept my apologies for the long delay in responding to your wonderful letters. I am deeply touched by your warm response to my book and, no less, by your careful and…

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Yossi’s reply to Ali from Iraq


This is Yossi's reply to Ali from Iraq. To read Ali's full response check this link    Dear Ali,  Please accept my apology and my gratitude:  my apology, for taking so long to respond to you;  and my gratitude for the seriousness with which you read and responded to my book.  I will begin…

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Yossi’s response to Qais Shaker from Iraq


    This is Yossi’s reply to Qais Shaker from Iraq. To read Qais’s full response check this link   Dear Kais, First, my apologies to you for the long delay in responding. Second, my gratitude to you for taking the time to read my book and to respond. When I wrote my book I didn’t ask…

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Yossi’s reply to Mohamed from Egypt


    This is Yossi’s reply to Mohamed from Egypt. To read Mohamed’s full response check this link   Dear Muhammad,  Thanks so much for writing. When I wrote the book and invited responses, the only responses I hoped to receive were honest voices. Thank you for your honesty and your…

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Yossi’s reply to Rasha from Iraq


  This is Yossi’s reply to Rasha from Iraq. To read Rasha’s full response check this link   Dear Rasha, I was deeply touched to read your thoughtful response to my book. Thank you for your respectful reading and for letting others know about this project. You write about the mistakes that…

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Yossi’s reply to Ahmed Sa’eed from Yemen


This is Yossi’s reply to Ahmed Sa’eed from Yemen. To read Ahmed’s full response check this link Dear Ahmed, I hope you are keeping well in this difficult time. Thanks so much for your wonderful letter. I was delighted to read a response from Yemen, a country that has a deep place in Israeli society…

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Yossi’s response to Qasem Y. Awad from Palestine


  This is Yossi’s reply to Qasem Y. Awad from Palestine. To read Qasem's full response check this link    Dear Qasem, Thank you for your letter. As difficult as it was for me to read, I am grateful to you for taking the time to respond. I invited Palestinians to respond and you did. I…

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Yossi’s response to AbdulAziz Alqenae


This is Yossi’s reply to AbdulAziz Alqenae. To read AbdulAziz Alqenae’s full response check this link Dear AbdulAziz Alqenaei, First, thank you for your thoughtful critique of my book. You were fair and balanced, and I am grateful to you, both for the praise and for the respectful way you offered…

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Yossi’s reply to M.G from Bethlehem


This is Yossi’s reply to M.G from Bethlehem. To read M's full response check this link  Dear Mahmoud, First, please forgive my long delay in responding to your beautiful, painful letter. Yes, we are of course cousins – though as we know from family dynamics, sometimes the most bitter rivalries can…

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Yossi’s reply to Duha Salem from Jordan


This is Yossi’s reply to Duha Salem from Jordan. To read Duha’s full response check this link Dear Duha, Thank you for your beautiful letter. As I was reading your words from the heart, I felt that it was worth writing this book, if only to get your response.  I especially appreciated…

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Yossi’s reply to Hisham from Egypt


  This is Yossi's reply to Hisham from Egypt. To read Hisham's full response check this link   Dear Hisham, Thank you for your beautiful and perceptive review of my book. I couldn’t have hoped for a better response. You summed up exactly what I was hoping to achieve with the book, and for…

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Yossi’s reply to the Syrian reader Kamal Al-Hasoon


  This is Yossi's response to the Syrian reader Kamal Al-Hasoon. To read Kamal's response check this link   Dear Kamal, First, please forgive the long delay in my response to your gracious and thoughtful letter. Thank you for your kind words about my book. I am grateful to God that I was…

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Yossi’s response to the Palestinian reader M.G from Bethlehem


This is Yossi’s response to the Palestinian reader M.G from Bethlehem. You can find M.G’s response  here Dear M.G from Bethlehem, First, please forgive my long delay in responding to your beautiful, painful letter. Yes, we are of course cousins – though as we know from family dynamics, sometimes…

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Yossi’s reply to Mrs. Suhair from Iraq


This is Yossi's response to Mrs. Suhair from Iraq. To read Mr.s Suhair's full response check this link   Dear Suhair, Thank you for your beautiful response to my book. Your goodwill shines through every word. We have all inherited a tragedy that none of us are responsible for creating –…

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Yossi’s reply to the Palestinian reader Yousef


This is Yossi’s Response to the Palestinian reader Yousef. You can find Yousef's response here   My Dear Brother Yousef, Your letter was exactly the response I was hoping – praying – for: a willingness to engage with my story while upholding the dignity of your story. Of all the responses I’ve…

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Yossi’s response to the Syrian reader Omar


  This is Yossi’s Response to the Syrian reader Omar. You can find Omar’s response here   Dear Omar, Thank you for your beautiful and deeply thoughtful letter. You write that you wish you could communicate with me in Hebrew; I wish I could write to you in Arabic, a language I have learned…

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Yossi’s response to the Iraqi reader Ayad


This is Yossi’s Response to Ayad Hwady from Iraq. You can find Ayad’s response here   My Dear Friend Ayad, It is a wonderful experience to be able to address you – someone I haven’t yet met – as “my dear friend.” Your letter touched me deeply. I couldn’t have hoped for a better reader than…

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Yossi’s Response to the Palestinian journalist Haitham Fadel


Yossi’s Response to the Palestinian journalist Haitham Fadel. You can find the translation to Haitham's response here   Dear Haitham Fadel, Thank you for responding to my book. I invited Palestinians to respond and you were among those who did. I didn’t ask for a positive response, only for an…

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Yossi’s reply to the Iraqi reader Ibn Dijlah


Yossi's response to the Iraqi reader Ibn Dijlah. You can read Ibn Dijlah's response here  Dear Ibn Dijlah, First, thank you for your generous response to my book. Forgive the long delay in my response. I’ve been traveling abroad and only recently returned home. I also want to express my solidarity…

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Yossi’s Response to the Saudi writer Ali Alayed


  Yossi’s Response to the Saudi writer Ali Alayed. You can find the translation to Ali’s response here. Dear Ali AlAyed, Please forgive my long delay in responding to your gracious and generous review of my book. I could not have possibly hoped for a more thoughtful response from a reader…

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Yossi’s reply to Salah from the West Bank


This is Yossi's response to Salah from Palestine. To read Salah's response please check this link Dear Salah, First, my apologies for not being in touch sooner. I’ve been traveling abroad for much of this period and have been derelict in maintaining connections, including keeping in touch with…

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Yossi’s reply to Amira from Morocco


THis is Yossi's response to Amira from Moroocco. To read Amira's response please check this link.    Dear Amira, Thanks so much for writing. I’m so glad the book is speaking to you. I hope you will continue to find it worthy. I especially appreciate the way the word “Neighbor” resonated for…

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Yossi’s reply to A. Atar from Iraq


  This is Yossi’s Response to the reader A. Atar from Iraq. You can find the translation to A.Atar's response here   Dear A. Atar, First, thanks so much for your warm words about my book, and for taking the time to not only read but to respond. I deeply appreciate your focus on the…

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Yossi’s reply to Aboud Dandachi


This is Yossi's response to Aboud Dandachi's letter. You can find Aboud's response Here. Dear Aboud, I was deeply touched by your response to my book (so touched in fact that I sent it to my three children). I so much appreciated your emphasis on the need for us to know each other -- the…

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Yossi’s reply to Sultan from Saudi Arabia


Dear Sultan, Your wonderful letter touched me deeply. Thank you, my friend – and I feel that, though I know almost nothing about you, we have already become friends. I wholeheartedly endorse your idea that personal connections between Arabs and Israelis can help ease the task of the politicians to…

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Yossi’s reply to Mr. Abdelgawad Sayed’s first blog post response


This is Yossi's response to the Egyption reader Abdelgawad Sayed. To read Abdelgawad's letter click Here. Dear Abdelgawad Sayed,  Thanks so much for your warm and supportive – and challenging – letter, for all of which I am grateful. You are right: Though I wrote my letters to a Palestinian…

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Yossi’s first reply to Dr. Elham Manea


The following is the author's response to Dr. Elham Manea's Imagine Peace and Work for It response. Dear Elham, First, forgive me for not responding sooner to your wonderful letter. I read it several times, and each time felt I was learning something new. To begin with, yes, I certainly was told…

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Why have Jews been persecuted? Yossi responds to a very common question by his book’s readers


"What are the reasons behind the continuous historical persecution of the Jewish people throughout history? Why did the Jews specifically go through all of this persecution?" Great question. Entire books have been written trying to answer that question. I am currently reading two of them, both…

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