Download and read online Breaking the Silence in PDF and EPUB »Wenn du als Soldat einen Schritt in die besetzten Gebiete machst, dann ist das, als ob du deine Moral in den Reißwolf wirfst – nach einer Minute ist nichts mehr davon übrig.« Jehuda Schaul – Ex-Soldat der israelischen Armee und Gründer von Breaking the Silence In diesem Buch berichten Veteranen der israelischen Armee von Schikanen und Übergriffen gegenüber der palästinensischen Bevölkerung, die sie gesehen oder selbst begangen haben. Gesammelt wurden diese Zeugnisse von der israelischen NGO Breaking the Silence. Ein schockierendes Dokument über das Vorgehen der israelischen Armee, die Realität in den besetzten Gebieten – und Zündstoff für einen Konflikt, der die Weltöffentlichkeit noch lange beschäftigen wird.
Download and read online Breaking the Silence in PDF and EPUB First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Download and read online Breaking the Silence in PDF and EPUB A handbook on domestic violence from a spiritual perspective, for clergy, parish nurses, and others. A handbook about domestic violence from a spiritual perspective, and the only one of its kind, Breaking the Silence contains important, action-oriented information about domestic violence and its pervasiveness in society. Sections include "myths" about domestic violence; a checklist to determine if a relationship is potentially violent; clergy resources for counseling, worship, and congregational outreach; rape; information for youth; and pages that can be customized with local and national contact numbers, e-mail addresses, and websites. Also includes questions for discussion and suggestions for using the book for training or as a youth and adult education tool. This resource is limited to adult abuse, as the subject of child abuse is highly specialized and often includes many more laws and involvement from local agencies that will vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
Download and read online Breaking the Silence in PDF and EPUB Forty years later, Sara Murphy, a key member of the WEC, recounts the rarely told story of these courageous women who formed a resistance movement. With passion and sensitivity, she reconstructs the challenges and triumphs of that battle, which issued from the mutual link Southern white women shared with disfranchised African Americans in their common goal for full citizenship.
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