Hugs & Guns

Poem by Jumanna, Algeria. Photograph by Hasna, Morocco. She grew up in a world that made her believe that peace is a lie, and the only choice she has is to run and hide, or surrender and die. On her 4th birthday, she woke up to the sound of shouting and loud cries, being carried … Continue reading Hugs & Guns

Gaza from the Inside Out

How does life look outside of Gaza?! by Husam, Gaza, Palestine I have always asked myself what a young man in his twenties - exactly like me - is doing in another part of the world? How will I get through my twenties without having tried great experiences? I haven't tried to jump from a … Continue reading Gaza from the Inside Out

Death Takes Those We Love

 by Ameera, Gaza (Palestine) Death and life are two parallel lines in the existence of a human, but death eventually meets the line of life. This story is different, because it touches my soul and makes me feel like I want to scream and cry with all my energy because someone I know is dead. … Continue reading Death Takes Those We Love

Mental Health Week

By Yaniv Today is the World Mental Health Day. Today is the first day of an entire week marking the "Mental Health Week" in Jerusalem. Throughout this week, 19 different events will be taking place in various locations across the city’. Ranging anywhere between movies, lectures, tours, and interfaith food-making classes. Everyone is welcome to … Continue reading Mental Health Week

Father, My Life’s Hero You will Forever Be

  By Safa,  Tunisia I knew he was dying, but I couldn't accept it. We had been in the hospital for weeks and had fallen into the routine, waiting, watching, and remembering the laughter, the sadness, and the silence. Then we took him home, as the doctors couldn't help him anymore. I realized then that … Continue reading Father, My Life’s Hero You will Forever Be