Arnold Wesker

Arnold Wesker, considered one of the key figures in 20th Century drama, is the author of 42 plays, 4 volumes of short stories, 2 volumes of essays, a book on journalism, a children\'s book, extensive journalism, poetry and other assorted writings. His plays have been translated into 17 languages, and performed worldwide. 2002 celebrated his 70th birthday and his 45th year as a playwright. 2006 celebrated his knighthood.
Coexistence and Cooperation Between Israelis and Palestinians: The Untold Story
Holy Land Mosaic tells of Daniel Gavron’s personal journey through the relatively unknown territory of Israeli-Palestinian coexistence, cooperation, partnership, and friendship that exists despite the reality of enmity and daily violence. It penetrates behind the cliches to meet the individual human beings: Jews and Muslims, Israelis, Palestinians, Druze, and others. Encompassing projects involving both Jewish and Arab Israeli citizens in Israel, and cross-border programmes invol...
All Things Tire of Themselves

Time parts memory

They say only the aged die of nostalgia, yet
Still young, I lift ten years to resurrect The Lane,
Gas-lamps, fog and chestnuts roasted
On a shovel gingerly held above hot coals.
The Lane of their hearts scream with loss
In the dim-lit streets where lovely boys
Once bounced over toys and ruins
Left by wars of storming fathers.