Following the violent deaths of his daughters during the last war between Israel and Gaza-based Hamas, Izzeldin Abuelaish became more fanatical in his stubborn efforts to put his mark on the conflict.
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The time has come for the people on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian divide to tear down the shameful fences and walls and demand an end to this consuming madness.
It was exactly two years ago, as Gaza resident and Palestinian doctor Izzeldin Abuelaish was preparing for an interview with an Israeli TV station, that the unspeakable happened.
"Like Martin Luther King Jr., I too have a dream," Abuelaish writes. "My dream is that my children - all Palestinians and their children and our cousins, the Israelis and their children - will be safe.
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