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The Kumi Now Book is now available with nonviolent actions to bring down the wall!


The book contains the whole of Kumi Year 1 (2018-2019) with all organisations, topics and actions. It is available from Sabeel for 30USD (including shipping). If you are interested in buying a copy please contact Sabeel using the kumi@kuminow.com email address with your shipping details and we will reply with details of how to pay.


Reviews for Kumi Now Book


“Rising up is exactly the missing ingredient to bring this human tragedy in Palestine and Israel to an end. The Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center is to be congratulated for lighting the candle to lead people forward to peace with justice.” Sam Bahour (read full review here )


“Kumi, a brilliant new Initiative is an inclusive call for justice that Sabeel (see sabeel.org) introduced but is actually a group of over 50 organizations (and growing, you can join) calling and working for nonviolent action to achieve a just peace. We in Palestine Institute for Biodiversity and Sustainability and the Palestine Museum of Natural History at Bethlehem University (palestinenature.org) are proud to be part of this coalition/network of like minded active positive and energetic people. The initiave’s website is https://kuminow.com/ Kumi means rise-up in Arabic (and Aramaic, the language of our ancestors). Kumi Now also just published a book which I will write a review of. But for a taste of one of the 52 weeks of action/chapters of the book you can see our entry which is 10 pages from the book of 432 pages as a sample of this amazing book full of information and action ideas.  A PDF of those 10 pages are at: http://www.palestinenature.org/research/ [The link also includes selected other publications from our team] We do have copies of this excellent book at PMNH/PIBS whose revenue goes to support the more than three dozen initiating organizations (including us 🙂 so come visit us and get your copy or get it from the other sources (again see https://kuminow.com ).”

Mazin Qumsiyeh

(Palestine Museum of Natural History, Palestine Institute of Biodiversity and Sustainability, and Bethlehem University)