This is a new entry destined for the Civilian-Based Defense category. Originally published in the The Jerusalem Post, Friday, November 25, 1983, it takes a look at non-violence activist, Mubarak Awad, and his ongoing effort to encourage Palestinians, Muslim and Christian alike, to follow in the footsteps of Great Spirits facing violent opposition of mediocre minds. The influence of Gene Sharp’s The Politics of Non-Violence is noted. Here’s the link:
An update from Wikipedia is appended to the article. It is hoped that the 12-page pamphlet mentioned in the article will be added to TMH in the near term.
Update (12 Sept 2007): The pamphlet has been acquired and now resides here.