Rebuilding Alliance

Rebuilding Alliance is dedicated to rebuilding war-torn communities and making them safe. Our vision is a just and enduring peace in Israel and Palestine with equal value, opportunity, and security for all.

Abir's father, mother, sister and brothers

Abir's father, mother, sister and brothers
Abir's death has been very difficult for Aramin's family. "It's extremely difficult for our other children," Aramin says, "especially at night. And for my wife, too. But I am helping them to go on in every way I can. I can't change my mind about peace. I believe in this process, to protect all the children, on both sides of the fence." -- By Amelia Thomas | Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor, from the February 15, 2007 edition (view small | med | large | orig)

Parents Club, Abir's School meeting after tragedy

Parents Club, Abir's School meeting after tragedy
Following the tragedy, everyone attended the meeting of the Parent's Club of the Anata School for Girls. They discussed what happened, how to press for a fair investigation, how to get the soldiers away from the school zone when the children were walking home. They also began discussing plans for a play area in memory of Abir. (view small | med | large | orig)

Parents Club meeting 2nd view

Parents Club meeting 2nd view
Combatants for Peace joined the Parents Club at the Anata School for Girls for their meeting. Note that the Separation Wall is constructed along the edge of the schoolyard. The Separation Wall is 26 ft high, 2x higher than the Berlin Wall, and 4x as long. (view small | med | large | orig)

Abir Aramin, a beautiful little girl

Abir Aramin, a beautiful little girl
Abir Aramin was walking home from school with her sister and their friend in the West Bank town of Anata on January 18th, 2007. Israeli Border Police drove provocatively through the school zone on the Palestinian side of the separation wall, firing tear gas, stun grenades, and rubber bullets at the children. Abir was shot in the head and died 2 days later. She was 10 years old. (view small | med | large | orig)

Build during a blockade? We just did!

Build during a blockade?  We just did!
Here is a photo of the new duplex home for the Nasrallah family, the first home completed in the Rachel Corrie Rebuilding Campaign in Gaza. (view small | med | large | orig)

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