I am visiting a daughter stationed in a southern state for Thanksgiving. The last time I was in the deep South was more than forty years ago to visit a brother stationed in Georgia. Then there was total segregation. I remember looking at a "colored" society page printed once a week in the local paper. I ate in a restaurant that had been turned into an allegedly private club to avoid compliance with the new civil rights act. Now my daughter lives on an integrated street. There is a black pastor at the local Catholic Church. Blacks and Whites mingle freely at restaurants. So, I have some hope that maybe there will be a day when the hatred displayed by the posters to these pages abates and Jews and Palestinians reach an agreement that allows them to live in peace.
Red Cross: Scale of sexual violence in South Sudan is unprecedented (Reuters)
from the article: A Palestinian peace plan Israelis can live with