Forty-two testimonies of Palestinians from the Jenin refugee camp who survived the Israeli army invasion in April 2002.
A searing testament to Israeli brutality and Palestinian resilience, spirit, and grace under pressure. Why is it that the US, Israel, the UN, and every news organization on earth has expressed their views on the Jenin invasion yet the Palestinian victims have never been allowed to speak? Searching Jenin explains what happened and how it affected the residents. It includes forty-two testimonies of Jenin survivors gathered by Palestinian journalists. Preface by Noam Chomsky.
DAUD ABDULLAH is the director of Middle East Monitor (MEMO). Formerly a senior researcher at the Palestinian Return Centre (London), he also
lectured in history at the University of Maiduguri (Nigeria) and Islamic Studies at Birkbeck College, University of London.