He opens the door for me. His wife and I walk through. Shukran. Thank you. We pass through the lobby to the elevator. We enter together.
You try to scare me. Make me shrink. Further. Make me walk the streets of my city My city Trying to take up less space.
الحرب ليست لُغتي war is not my language no more of yours F-16s no more of your tanks! (and your other American made deadly toys) no more of your Qassams no more! Khalas!
“I have learned that a woman can be a fighter, a freedom fighter, a political activist, and that she can fall in love and be loved. She can be married, have children, be a mother.
RAMALLAH - It is not easy for a Palestinian woman to say that she wants to work against violent extremism in the context of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
RAMALLAH – In May 2005 I was elected to be the first woman to join the Sinjel Municipality in the Ramallah district.
‘I can’t cool boiling waters in Russia. I can’t be Picasso. I can’t be Jesus. I can’t save the planet single-handedly. I can wash dishes.’ Rachel Corrie, September 2003, before going to Gaza
“Townsmen, wake from your sleep!" It was 2:30 in the morning and the desperate calls from the city mosques broke the night silence.
< p>Dalia Association, Palestine’s first and only community foundation, recently launched an advocacy campaign to address the issues facing grassroots civil s
“Your people go around killing other people.”……….“You’re not ugly. I thought all Palestinians are ugly.”………..“You are going to hell because you are not Christian.” ………..“Palestine? What’s that?