Why being human matters, for the people of Gaza and the world » The Xhosa concept of ubuntu, combined with the Arabic word intifada — as seen in this graffiti on the separation wall in Bethlehem — roughly translates to mean uplifting human dignity through nonviolence. (WNV / Van Hook)

The Xhosa concept of ubuntu, combined with the Arabic word intifada — as seen in this graffiti on the separation wall in Bethlehem — roughly translates to mean uplifting human dignity through nonviolence. (WNV / Van Hook)

The Xhosa concept of ubuntu, combined with the Arabic word intifada — as seen in this graffiti on the separation wall in Bethlehem — roughly translates to mean uplifting human dignity through nonviolence. (WNV / Van Hook)

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