6 thoughts on “Laila Abu-Saba, the Dove, May Her Memory Be for a Blessing – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Richard,

    Like you I met Laila on line and corresponded with her on various matters. We did not limit ourselves to food and politics – I discovered that she had an Australian angle as well with her mother-in-law having written a book about Australian Indigenous issues. She took a great deal of interest in Kevin Rudd’s apology to the stolen generation.

    As editor of the Australian Jewish Democratic Society Newsletter I thought that her Generation Funny name http://bedouina.typepad.com/doves_eye/2008/11/generation-funny-name.html summed up the issue of people like her and Barack Hussein Obama so well that I used it as a key article in the post-election issue. I strongly recommend it.

    Yeay zichrona Baruch [May her memory be blessed]

  2. Leila had the rare ability to make room for everything that is true and still have hope and belief in humanity.

    The void she leaves in the I/P blogging world is immense!

  3. I never met Laila f2f, but considered her always to be a sweet and inspiring soul.

    Even to hear of others appreciating her voice, even in this short time after her death, is confirmation of a life that is more than just passing.

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