Movements of the Tripoli streets are unaffected by life in Libya, or lack thereof in this case. Every day is a new day. We thank God for what we are given, we drive our children to school, we buy the groceries our wives ordered, we do our tedious jobs and... and we make lemonade.
"We’ve been outraged, you and me by these new laws, and frustrated because we didn’t know what to do! Well, you have a way to do something now! I am proud of you, your baby nephew is proud of his auntie and Grandma would be the proudest of all! You’re going".
For the past week, I’ve tried to notice the little and interesting things about living in my city. Situations that I would maybe miss otherwise if I weren't tuned to the ''look for a photo'' state of mind. I think these little moments can help me share a few things about what it's like living … Continue reading My City
I would like to share with you my favorite pictures that I took with my phone. They reflect the oriental taste of the Middle Eastern and Northern African countries. After coming back from the United States, I started looking at my country, Tunisia, from a different perspective. I am proud that Tunisia is rich regarding … Continue reading Magnificence of Sidi Bou by Meriem Somai, Tunisia
This was the first time I planned a proper surprise for someone I love and admire. Her name is Hila, and she is an amazing young woman. We traveled by plane from Tel-Aviv to Eilat, crossed the border to Jordan. At the Jordanian side, we met Yousuf, a handsome young man at the age of … Continue reading Jordanian Gold by Ibrahem Khatib, Israel\Palestine (Photo-essay)