Update: As a Father Who Lost His Children in Gaza, I Call for an End to This Bloodshed

The man in the photo below, Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish, was born & raised in the Jabalia refugee camp in Gaza. He studied hard and received a scholarship to study medicine in Cairo, then went on to earn a diploma in Obstetrics and Gynecology from the University of London. He subsequently earned a subspecialty in fetal medicine in Europe, and finally a master’s degree in Public Health from Harvard.

Dr. Abuelaish, the first Gazan doctor on the staff of several major Israeli hospitals, had to pass thorough two checkpoints—one Israeli and one Egyptian—every day on his way to work and back. He says these crossings were always fraught with tension and the possibility of humiliation if one didn’t remain calm.

Despite all of this he has long been an advocate for peace. He sent his three eldest daughters to peace camps designed to bring Israeli/Jewish and Palestinian kids together and give them a chance to become familiar with and (hopefully) learn to begin trusting each other. His eldest daughter, Bessan, age 20, had participated in the peace camps three times and wanted to devote her life to peace activism.

In late 2008 Dr. Abuelaish’s wife was stricken with leukemia and soon died, leaving him a widower with eight children—six daughters and two sons, then aged three to 20—to care for.

Having received an offer to teach at the University of Toronto, he accepted the position because, though he loved Gaza, he wanted his kids to have a peaceful place to recover from the loss of their mother. The kids supported their father’s decision and were excited to be moving to a place where, as one of his daughters had once said, “‘rocket’ is just another word for space shuttle.”

On January 16, 2009, during Operation Cast Lead, three of his daughters, Bessan (age 20), Mayar (age 15) and Aya (age 13), along with his niece, Noor (age 17) were killed by an IDF shell fired directly into their bedroom. One daughter had been decapitated; another of the girls was still sitting in a chair, but had no legs; there were body parts all over the room. Others in the house were injured, and another daughter lost her eye.1

According to the Jerusalem Post, three weeks later an IDF investigation found that “the decision to open fire on Dr. Abuelaish’s Gaza house was ‘reasonable’.”

I don’t know how a parent can bear such a thing without going completely mad. Yet Dr. Abuelaish didn’t go mad. He didn’t turn to hatred or seek vengeance. As a matter of fact, he wrote a book titled I Shall Not Hate: A Gaza Doctor’s Journey on the Road to Peace and Human Dignity. I’ve purchased the Kindle version and will read it in rotation with the other books I’ve recently purchased on the subject by Amos Oz, David Grossman, and Robert Friedman.

Oh, I almost forgot: In addition, Dr. Abuelaish established a foundation in memory of his daughters called Daughters for Life. It seeks to help achieve lasting peace in the Middle East by empowering young women through education:

Our awards and scholarships are offered to young women of any Middle Eastern nationality or background, whether Arab or Israeli, and regardless of religious affiliation, whether Muslim, Jewish, or Christian. Our recipients are chosen not only for their academic achievements, often in the face of socio-economic adversity and hardship, but also for their character and commitment to improving the lives of girls and young women in the Middle East. Our goal is to invest in their potential for leadership and foster their success in whatever fields they choose to pursue.

daughtersforlife.com

He currently lives in Toronto with his surviving children.

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Insanity, as Einstein said, is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. We Palestinians and Israelis have experienced many destructive wars and the result is always the same: more deaths, more terrible injuries, more bloodshed, more animosity and more hatred. What do we expect to be the result of any war?

After the killing of my three daughters by an Israeli shell in January 2009 I concluded that if my daughters were the last sacrifice on the road to peace between Palestinians and Israelis, then I accept their loss. The current conflict has led to at least 260 people being killed, more than 1,600 severely wounded, more than 2,300 Israeli air strikes, more than 1,300 rockets fired from Gaza and at least 600 houses and institutions demolished and destroyed. The children of both sides are traumatised and all aspects of daily life paralysed. The Palestinians are under attack while millions of Israelis facing attack are forced to hide in fear in bomb shelters. But the consequences of war go far beyond what we see on our screens. What we don’t see is 10 times what is visible and both sides are suffering.

After the killing of my three daughters by an Israeli shell in January 2009 I concluded that if my daughters were the last sacrifice on the road to peace between Palestinians and Israelis, then I accept their loss. I promised that I would continue to fight with the only means available to me: wisdom, courage, strong words and meaningful action.

But what I learned from that war that scarred my family so irreparably was that all of us (Palestinians and Israelis) take a defensive position to justify our acts. This originates from fear and from past experience. Only when we start to take responsibility and reconcile ourselves to new thinking will we get a different result. […]

More: As a Father Who Lost His Children in Gaza, I Call for an End to This Bloodshed

In closing, let me say that it’s being aware that decent people like Dr. Abuelaish and his family exist in places like Gaza that causes me such vexation when people don’t distinguish between between Hamas and the general population, or when they act as if the victims must have somehow been complicit in the harm that befell them and their loved ones.

There are real people in Gaza, decent people who want peace & security for themselves as well as for Israelis, people who love their children every bit as much as any Israeli does (despite what Golda Meir said).

Update July 20, 2014, 1:21 pm ET: Here’s a talk he gave back in 2011, courtesy of the Free Library of Philadelphia (h/t cat-tikvah):

MP3 Audio

Update July 20, 2014, 3:41 pm ET:

Video

Also See

1. More information on what happened on the day Dr. Abuelaish’s daughters were killed:

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67 comments

1 Rightwingconspirator  Jul 18, 2014 6:02:26pm

Well done CL. Very well done.

2 Stanley Sea  Jul 18, 2014 6:53:53pm

Thank you CL.

Oh so freaking sad.

3 PhillyPretzel  Jul 18, 2014 9:58:58pm

I agree with RWC and SS; well done and so very sad. Thank you for this piece.

4 _RememberTonyC  Jul 19, 2014 12:35:34pm

I’d be proud to have a neighbor like him …

5 Michael McBacon  Jul 19, 2014 8:41:38pm

Yes and yes.

Palestinians and Israelis have been angry for a long time but we need to ask what our anger has achieved? It has brought destruction and injustice to ourselves and to others.

The hope and the future safety and freedom of Israel are linked to the security, safety, freedom and future of Palestinians. We are like conjoined twins and any harm induced to one will impact the other.

6 cat-tikvah  Jul 20, 2014 8:15:15am

He spoke at the Philadelphia Free Library a few years ago.
There is an archived podcast of his remarks. It’s about an hour long.
libfreelibrary.org
You may have to search to get to it — sorry, technology isn’t my forte.

Here’s the description of the event:

Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish | I Shall Not Hate: A Gaza Doctor’s Journey on the Road to Peace and Human Dignity
Recorded 3/3/2011
Listen to MP3 audio

Born and raised in the Jabalia refugee camp in Gaza, Izzeldin Abuelaish is a Palestinian doctor who worked in Israeli hospitals as an obstetrician and gynecologist specializing in infertility. In January 2009, three of his daughters and a niece were killed by Israel Defense Forces at his home in Gaza. Dr. Abuelaish’s heartbreaking response to the incident was captured live on Israeli television and broadcast across the country and beyond. Despite his tragic loss, Dr. Abuelaish has become an inspiring advocate for peace for people of many faiths. As a monument to the lives of his daughters, he created Daughters for Life, a foundation dedicated to providing education and health services to women and girls throughout the Middle East.

Introduced by Susan Abulhawa, author of Mornings in Jenin.

7 CuriousLurker  Jul 20, 2014 10:11:59am

re: #6 cat-tikvah

Thanks!

8 Eclectic Cyborg  Jul 20, 2014 12:01:15pm

Reposting from downstairs:

I would like to state for the record that I am Pro-Israel insofar as I support the right of the Jewish people to:

1) Have an independent nation in which to live
2) Practice their religion freely
3) Be treated with humanity and dignity

But I do NOT support some of the actions and positions of the political leaders of Israel.

9 Stanley Sea  Jul 20, 2014 12:09:45pm

Glad this got promoted.

10 Tor  Jul 20, 2014 12:10:49pm

re: #9 Stanley Sea

Glad this got promoted.

Seriously. Great post, CL!

11 Rev_Arthur_Belling  Jul 20, 2014 12:12:23pm

At several occasions in my life, I have had the opportunity to be neighbors with people of the Muslim faith, and on occasion to break bread with them. Even when I was in my “fundamentalist Christian” phase (I got better!), I recognized in them a common humanity.

I do not understand the hatred that exists in the human heart that would be willing to sacrifice the lives of thousands of innocents, but I do know this: It is not confined to Islam, Christianity or any religion.

I am pleased that there are Muslims like Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish (and you, CL!) who are promoting a peaceful path for all.

(after typing this, I realized that nowhere in the post does it mention Dr. Abuelaish’s faith. I assumed, so forgive me. Nevertheless, I’m going to post the comment, because I still need to say it.)

12 CuriousLurker  Jul 20, 2014 12:28:49pm

re: #11 Rev_Arthur_Belling

He’s Muslim, but it really doesn’t (or rather shouldn’t) matter. I’m glad you brought it up though, because I found a TEDx talk by him:

Youtube Video

13 Ryan King  Jul 20, 2014 12:30:03pm

A very poignant and powerful Post.

14 CuriousLurker  Jul 20, 2014 12:30:26pm

Thanks for the Page promotion, Charles. I know you’re gonna get serious grief over it from some quarters.

15 Pie-onist Overlord  Jul 20, 2014 12:32:30pm

I think, for those in Gaza who wish it, there should be immigration visas given to settle in the city of Detroit.

I was listening to CNN this afternoon about the refugee crisis, people who are trying to get out of harm’s way (JUST LIKE THE IDF TOLD THEM TO!) but there is nowhere for them to go.

Also: the IDF should enable shuttles to and from the West Bank, and care for the wounded in Israeli hospitals. I believe they are already doing the latter.

I don’t have a “solution” to propose.

16 Pie-onist Overlord  Jul 20, 2014 12:36:18pm

I realize this is a Neturai Karta photo-op, but stopped clock, you know the rest.

17 Pie-onist Overlord  Jul 20, 2014 12:46:33pm
18 Rev_Arthur_Belling  Jul 20, 2014 12:48:17pm

re: #12 CuriousLurker

He’s Muslim, but it really doesn’t (or rather shouldn’t) matter. I’m glad you brought it up though, because I found a TEDx talk by him:

[Embedded content]

Yes, it really shouldn’t. Given the constant anti-Muslim bullshit that gets spread around by RWNJ’s and so-called Christians (for example), it might matter more than we would like. The message is specifically Israel/Palestine, but there’s a broader context, I think.

I am reminded of your recent post about the imams against ISIS. I really wish the voices for moderation in all faiths were able to get more coverage of their stance, but the media doesn’t make money off “here are a bunch of people who want to get along in peace.”

19 Killgore Trout  Jul 20, 2014 12:48:42pm

re: #16 Pie-onist Overlord

I realize this is a Neturai Karta photo-op, but stopped clock, you know the rest.

[Embedded content]

It always nice to see different religions getting along, unfortunately their expression of agreement is taking place in front a a sign advocating the destruction of Israel.

20 CuriousLurker  Jul 20, 2014 12:51:10pm

re: #19 Killgore Trout

21 Rev_Arthur_Belling  Jul 20, 2014 12:52:18pm

re: #19 Killgore Trout

It always nice to see different religions getting along, unfortunately their expression of agreement is taking place in front a a sign advocating the destruction of Israel.

Where the fuck are you reading that?

22 Ryan King  Jul 20, 2014 12:52:55pm

re: #19 Killgore Trout

It always nice to see different religions getting along, unfortunately their expression of agreement is taking place in front a a sign advocating the destruction of Israel.

What sign is this?

23 Charles Johnson  Jul 20, 2014 12:54:28pm

radio.hope.net

24 CuriousLurker  Jul 20, 2014 12:54:52pm

re: #21 Rev_Arthur_Belling

re: #22 Ryan King

Because it’s apparently a Neturei Karta guy holding a sign that says, “Judaism rejects Zionism”.

25 jaunte  Jul 20, 2014 12:55:13pm

It’s the basic Neturei Karta message. No state of Israel

26 Charles Johnson  Jul 20, 2014 12:56:15pm

Killgore’s right about this one. That is what Neturei Karta stands for.

27 Rev_Arthur_Belling  Jul 20, 2014 12:58:00pm

re: #26 Charles Johnson

re: #24 CuriousLurker

Just wiki’d it. I see what you mean. I also think Pie-onist Overlord is right about the photo - stopped clock, blind squirrel, etc.

Edit: I removed my down ding on KT’s comment.

28 Ryan King  Jul 20, 2014 12:58:14pm

Zionism = Israel, therefore no Zionism = destruction of Israel?

OK.

29 Rev_Arthur_Belling  Jul 20, 2014 12:59:06pm

re: #28 Ryan King

Zionism = Israel, therefore no Zionism = destruction of Israel?

OK.

Apparently, this group wants to dismantle Israel, so to them Zionism=Israel. Makes my head hurt.

30 Rev_Arthur_Belling  Jul 20, 2014 1:00:47pm

re: #25 jaunte

[Embedded image]

It’s the basic Neturei Karta message. No state of Israel

Interestingly, the photo posted doesn’t show half of the sign with the “no” over the Israel flag.

31 Killgore Trout  Jul 20, 2014 1:02:06pm

re: #26 Charles Johnson

Killgore’s right about this one. That is what Neturei Karta stands for.

A little muslim boy and a little jewish boy shaking hands is a nice image but the subject of their agreement in this case is reprehensible. They are also regular attendees at the Holocaust denial conferences in Iran. These little boys may have much to agree on but that’s not necessarily a good thing.

32 Rev_Arthur_Belling  Jul 20, 2014 1:03:09pm

re: #31 Killgore Trout

A little muslim boy and a little jewish boy shaking hands is a nice image but the subject of their agreement in this case is reprehensible. They are also regular attendees at the Holocaust denial conferences in Iran. These little boys may have much to agree on but that’s not necessarily a good thing.

These little boys probably don’t know shit about all that other baggage.

33 CuriousLurker  Jul 20, 2014 1:03:19pm

re: #26 Charles Johnson

Killgore’s right about this one. That is what Neturei Karta stands for.

She’s gonna catch grief for that tweet, but I get what she was trying to convey with the photo. I think anyone who’s been around a while and knows her can’t seriously believe for a minute that she’s advocating the destruction of Israel.

34 Charles Johnson  Jul 20, 2014 1:07:45pm

re: #33 CuriousLurker

She’s gonna catch grief for that tweet, but I get what she was trying to convey with the photo. I think anyone who’s been around a while and knows her can’t seriously believe for a minute that she’s advocating the destruction of Israel.

Yeah, I understand the point too, and it’s a valid one. Sometimes the only hopeful sign in this mess comes from children who haven’t been hardened yet.

As for the hateful morons who will give her grief over it, fuck them.

35 Ryan King  Jul 20, 2014 1:09:31pm
36 Killgore Trout  Jul 20, 2014 1:12:24pm

re: #32 Rev_Arthur_Belling

These little boys probably don’t know shit about all that other baggage.

Nope. Hopefully they grow up and get away from what their parents taught them.

37 Ryan King  Jul 20, 2014 1:12:31pm

Neturei Karta opposes Zionism and calls for a peaceful dismantling of the State of Israel, in the belief that Jews are forbidden to have their own state until the coming of the Jewish Messiah.[1][2] They live as a part of larger Haredi communities around the globe.

Yeah, that’s weird. Destruction, peaceful dismantling, all the same.

I’ll just focus on the two kids.

38 Romantic Heretic  Jul 20, 2014 1:14:31pm

The solution is not political.

The solution comes when everybody realizes that they need monsters to be real, and that anger, hatred and fear are addictive.

Dr. Abuelaish has realized this and put it aside. Until everyone else does too there is no solution.

Except a Final one.

39 Pie-onist Overlord  Jul 20, 2014 1:16:24pm
40 sattv4u2  Jul 20, 2014 1:17:09pm

Just “driving by”. Mind of I go off topic prior to the 100 comment mark? Proud of a friend of mine and just want to share

41 Pie-onist Overlord  Jul 20, 2014 1:17:35pm

*THROWS DESK*

42 Pie-onist Overlord  Jul 20, 2014 1:19:47pm

I DO NOT SUPPORT NETUREI KARTA IN ANY WAY SHAPE OR FORM.

That said, if these two kids grow up respecting one another, A GOOD THING will have been accomplished.

43 sattv4u2  Jul 20, 2014 1:22:39pm

The other day we were talking about beach sand sculptures. Here’s my friends work at this years Revere Beach (Massachusetts) competition/ festival
Image: 10520652_10152276695672333_481313618456128707_n.jpg

44 CuriousLurker  Jul 20, 2014 1:25:00pm

Seeds of Peace Camp, 2008

Seeds of Peace Camp, 2009

Both photos shared under CC BY-SA 2.0 courtesy of Seeds of Peace’s Flickr stream (thousands more photos where those came from). Here’s their website. There is hope, despite what the cynics would have you believe.

45 Charles Johnson  Jul 20, 2014 1:28:27pm
46 CuriousLurker  Jul 20, 2014 1:29:05pm
47 Stanley Sea  Jul 20, 2014 1:31:21pm

re: #44 CuriousLurker

Seeds of Peace Camp, 2008

[Embedded image]Seeds of Peace Camp, 2009

Both photos shared under CC BY-SA 2.0 courtesy of Seeds of Peace’s Flickr stream (thousands more photos where those came from). Here’s their website. There is hope, despite what the cynics would have you believe.

That’s the one happening in Carlsbad right?

48 Stanley Sea  Jul 20, 2014 1:33:19pm

re: #47 Stanley Sea

That’s the one happening in Carlsbad right?

Nope, that’s Hands of Peace!

utsandiego.com

49 CuriousLurker  Jul 20, 2014 1:39:18pm

re: #47 Stanley Sea

That’s the one happening in Carlsbad right?

I have no idea. There are photos from 2014, but I didn’t check to see where they were taken. According to the Christian Science Monitor one was in Boston. There may be others run by different organizations.

Looks like a brand new class of 39 Palestinian and Israeli dialogue facilitators also recently graduated from professional training courses in Jerusalem.

I don’t envy them their jobs, or the efforts of people like @JihadiJew—there are too many out there who’d rather see failure & continued strife.

50 Kragar  Jul 20, 2014 1:40:37pm

WTF IS THIS HORSESHIT?

“Everybody’s angling to propagandize and make their position known,” Paul told Newsmax on Friday. “So, I think it would be unwise to say, ‘The Russians did or the Ukraine government did it or the rebels did it.’”

“Who would benefit the most from this? And of course, if it’s blamed on Russia, then of course, the Ukraine government would get the most benefit,” he explained. “Since Russia would have the least benefit, I think Putin is a little bit smarter than that. I don’t think he would ever come close to participating in act like this.”

Fuck you, Paul.

51 Pie-onist Overlord  Jul 20, 2014 1:41:25pm

Has Glenn Greenwald denounced Russia for shooting down the Malaysian airliner or is he:
1. Totally ignoring that it happened.
2. Parroting RT
3. Blaming the Zionist

52 Kragar  Jul 20, 2014 1:43:34pm

re: #51 Pie-onist Overlord

Has Glenn Greenwald denounced Russia for shooting down the Malaysian airliner or is he:
1. Totally ignoring that it happened.
2. Parroting RT
3. Blaming the Zionist

4. Both 2 and 3

53 ObserverArt  Jul 20, 2014 1:51:47pm

Nice post CuriousLurker!

And so very sad at the same time. I cannot imagine the horror the good doctor has gone through and still feel as he does. That is real strength. That is the lesson for everyone to take away.

And it is a lesson I wonder if the likes of John McCain and Lindsey Graham can even comprehend. Or Putin. Or really so many.

54 elizajane  Jul 20, 2014 1:54:10pm

Re. the original article posted above from the father calling for an end to bloodshed:
In November 1987 I was listening to BBC Radio 4 covering the IRA bombing of a Remembrance Day parade in Enniskillen, where 11 civilians were killed and 63 injured. They interviewed a man whose young daughter had just died. He told of how the wall had fallen on her and buried her in the rubble, and he dug in until he found her hand and talked to her, and then she said “I love you daddy” and let go of his hand and died.
And if you could keep listening through your tears at that point, he went on to say something to the effect of “I don’t want anybody to take revenge on whoever did this, nothing will bring her back to life or make her death worthwhile, all the killing just needs to stop.”
I was not the only person who would never forget that interview, held right there on the site, just after his child’s death. Apparently it made a huge impression all over Ireland and the UK. The father became an important peace campaigner and was eventually elected to the Irish senate.
Of course, it took another decade and more before peace really came there. But it did come.

55 wrenchwench  Jul 20, 2014 1:56:00pm

re: #50 Kragar

WTF IS THIS HORSESHIT?

[Embedded content]

Fuck you, Paul.

The horseshit is deeper than you might have imagined.

Hat tip Sergey.

56 CuriousLurker  Jul 20, 2014 1:56:22pm

re: #53 ObserverArt

Thanks! It’s gotten a good bit of traffic, but I think a lot of people are hesitant to discuss the subject because it can be such an emotional minefield. I mean, this thread hasn’t even managed to average 1 comment per minute. I think many are really uncomfortable with it.

Hope Charles has a new article standing by and ready to publish, heh. ;)

57 Stanley Sea  Jul 20, 2014 1:58:13pm

re: #56 CuriousLurker

I’m watching A Patch of Blue with Sydney Poitier right now.

Pretty heavy.

58 ObserverArt  Jul 20, 2014 1:58:24pm

re: #45 Charles Johnson

What really happened with NBC and Ayman Mohyeldin

Wow. That was all a bit heavy-handed. I was going to mention the other day Mohyeldin seemed to always do good balanced coverage.

But then, I’ve also been worried about MSNBC since Comcast took over. Not that I am a supporter without question, but so much media is going the way of entertainment I am worried there will be no reporting of any kind anywhere.

59 Stanley Sea  Jul 20, 2014 1:59:31pm

re: #57 Stanley Sea

I’m watching A Patch of Blue with Sydney Poitier right now.

Pretty heavy.

imdb.com

61 BeachDem  Jul 20, 2014 2:04:43pm

re: #57 Stanley Sea

One of my all-time favorites.

62 elizajane  Jul 20, 2014 2:04:56pm
63 Eclectic Cyborg  Jul 20, 2014 2:13:56pm

Particulars of the photo of the two kids aside, when I see it the message it leaves me with is:

“No one is born hating. It’s a learned behavior. If kids are taught to not hate, peace is the natural outcome.”

Unfortunately we’ve become (especially where religion is involved) quite good at teaching our children to hate.

64 GlutenFreeJesus  Jul 20, 2014 2:17:35pm

My phone all to Netanyahoo were I President:

Me: Dude. WTF are you doing?

*hang up*

65 cat-tikvah  Jul 20, 2014 2:24:36pm

re: #44 CuriousLurker

Representatives from Seeds of Peace spoke at my synagogue years ago. I was very inspired.
It’s good to be reminded of the positive efforts that take place.

66 De Kolta Chair  Jul 20, 2014 2:58:52pm

re: #55 wrenchwench

The horseshit is deeper than you might have imagined.

Hat tip Sergey.

Judging by that website, The Ron Paul Institute For Peace & Prosperity sounds more like the Ron Paul Institute For Archiving Every Wonderful Thing Ron Paul Has Ever Done And We Do Mean Everything.

67 Romantic Heretic  Jul 20, 2014 3:03:21pm

re: #55 wrenchwench

The horseshit is deeper than you might have imagined.

Hat tip Sergey.

I’m guessing the libertarian rubber chicken circuit doesn’t pay that well, eh, Dr. Paul?


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Capital Cities - Levitate (Visualizer)Music video by Capital Cities performing Levitate. © 2018 Lazy Hooks, LLC, under exclusive license to UMG Recordings, Inc. vevo.ly
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