I am greatly encouraged by your decision to bring up Samer Issawi's brave struggle. It's a good example of non-violent, peaceful resistance that politicians, organizations and individual citizens in Israel and all around the world have claimed that Palestinians should pursue, but when it has been done, media on a global level has been almost utterly disinterested - partially, we can suspect, for political reasons - to report about these struggles. There has been, I feel, an attempt to silence this non-violent resistance that would open new paths of peaceful resistance on a larger scale if supported. From people who want to silence or belittle Samer struggle, I ask this: If you can't support peaceful, non-violent resistance like this, then what on Earth wouldyou be ready to support?
Man shot dead in northern Israel town of Bi'ina, police say the murder was gang related (Haaretz)
from the article: A letter from a ghost