Author Archives: Miko Peled

About Miko Peled

Miko Peled is an Israeli writer and activist living in San Diego. His book “The General’s Son: Journey of an Israeli in Palestine” (Just World Books) was published in 2012.

‘Jews Against Genocide’ hold memorials for killed Palestinian children in front of Israeli govt buildings around the world

Jews Against Genocide (JAG) held a memorial service in front of the Knesset for Palestinian children killed by Israel in its current attack on Gaza. A pile of bloody dolls was placed at the Israeli Parliament and at other locations around the world. In addition to Jerusalem, memorials were held at the Israeli Ministry of Defense in Tel Aviv, in front of the Israeli Consulates and embassies in Madrid, San Francisco, Stockholm, and Copenhagen. Other memorials will be held in different locations around the world in the coming days. JAG set aflame to the pile of dolls covered in red paint at Yad Vashem, Israel’s holocaust memorial museum, on July 12th.

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Entering Gaza by ‘subway’

Miko Peled describes entering Gaza by tunnel.

Posted in Activism, Gaza, Israel/Palestine, Occupation, On the ground reports | 17 Comments

Medal of Freedom for Shimon Peres maintains White House blind spot on Israel

Last night, Shimon Peres was in Washington, DC to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Israeli author Miko Peled says he deserves no such honor when he has done so much to deny Palestinians their freedom.

Posted in Israel/Palestine, Israeli Government, Occupation, Settlers/Colonists, US Policy in the Middle East, US Politics | 79 Comments