How to help Sarah Power with her new book

A new book from acclaimed Israeli journalist Sarah Power has hit shelves, and while it’s not a memoir about Israel, it’s a gripping exploration of how the country is struggling to grapple with its own complicated legacy.

In “The Secret History of the Israeli Occupation,” Power chronicles her journey from her childhood in Tel Aviv to her post-graduate studies at Hebrew University and her years in Jerusalem.

She tells her story in vivid detail in the book, which is the first of a trilogy about Israel’s past.

Power, who is Jewish, has spent the last decade traveling to Palestine to interview Israelis and Palestinians.

She recently returned to the region to deliver a lecture at a conference for Israeli journalists organized by the nonprofit Peace Now.

The book, set to be released in October, is a look at how the Israeli military, government, and media have shaped its current crisis.

Power says she was inspired to write the book after she was struck by the plight of Palestinians during the Israeli occupation of the West Bank.

“The Israeli occupation has been the most violent and systematic of all wars in the modern era,” she told The Jerusalem Report.

“In Gaza, there is a huge concentration of civilians and Palestinian citizens and it is still going on.

I thought, why can’t Israel be a model for this?”

It’s also a history that reveals the extraordinary and unique experiences of the Palestinian youth in the occupied territories. “

It is a story of resistance, not of victory, but of hope and perseverance.

It’s also a history that reveals the extraordinary and unique experiences of the Palestinian youth in the occupied territories.

For me, that is one of the most beautiful things about my work, and that is the only thing that I know that has really inspired me.

The Israeli military and its supporters have a history not just of killing civilians, but also of targeting innocent Palestinians.

There are many documented cases of the military killing Palestinians, and of using its military power against Palestinians in order to achieve their goals.

Power’s book reveals that Israel’s current military strategy is based on a clear, unapologetic interpretation of Jewish law.”

Power argues that the military, which has been in power since Israel’s founding in 1948, is responsible for the ongoing occupation, with the Israeli government taking the lead. “

I don’t see any other country doing this.”

Power argues that the military, which has been in power since Israel’s founding in 1948, is responsible for the ongoing occupation, with the Israeli government taking the lead.

The military uses the military courts and military courts-type structures to try Palestinians and their families, she said, while the Israeli Supreme Court is responsible.

Israel is a military state that has been at war with the Palestinians for nearly 60 years, with Israel maintaining an occupation over all of the occupied Palestinian territories.

The Palestinians have the right to self-determination, but the Israeli army is not bound by international law and has used the courts to enforce its decisions.

The state has a long history of human rights abuses, and the recent murder of 17-year-old Mohammed Abu Khdeir in 2014 was a watershed moment.

Power argues the Israeli right to exist is based not on law, but on religious values.

“What I’ve seen from the Israelis, and what I’ve heard from Palestinian people in the West, is that they are very proud of the idea of a Jewish state and a Jewish home,” she added.

Power believes the Palestinian narrative of occupation is being “persecuted” and that Palestinian people’s resistance is a form of resistance against the state of Israel.

“These are the two different stories,” she explained.

“One is the story of what the Jewish people have been fighting against, the other is the narrative of the occupation.”

The Israeli government is in the midst of a major military offensive against the Palestinian territory, which began in late March and is now underway.

The offensive has seen Israel seize vast swathes of land in the Gaza Strip and surrounding areas, while demolishing Palestinian homes and businesses.

Power, who spent nearly five years in the country, has been traveling extensively throughout the occupied West Bank, including Hebron and Ramallah, to investigate the ongoing Israeli crackdown on the Palestinian resistance movement.

Power said she came away from her trips believing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a battle that has never been won.

Power has visited a number of Palestinian refugee camps and said that while her experiences have left her with deep and abiding respect for the Palestinian cause, she doesn’t believe the conflict will end anytime soon.

“When the Israeli invasion ends, I will not go home.

I will go back to Israel, I have family there, and I have lived there,” she concluded.