Bassam Aramin, 46, grew up hating Israel and spent seven years in an Israeli prison. But he gradually came to believe that negotiation, not violence, was the only way to resolve the conflict. He has preached co-existence for more than a decade — a position he still maintains even though his 10-year-old daughter was killed by the Israeli security forces in 2007.

A Palestinian Takes A Different Road In His Fight

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