Theatre: My own Peculiar World | Kaoutar Chahbane from Morocco

This story is not finished... yet. In a world of cruel reality It is somehow compulsory To find a way To stay away To find magic In some peculiar world of magic. My story starts with a dream, a decision, and determination. It was at the age of 10 that I decided to be an … Continue reading Theatre: My own Peculiar World | Kaoutar Chahbane from Morocco

‘Rockets and Ice Cream’ by Sarah Perle, Israel

Our silly crazy world. Just went to the neighborhood supermarket. It was a few minutes after hearing a couple of distant “booms”. The place was incredibly empty and quiet, especially for a Thursday night. The old smiley security man at the entrance told me that they shut down the radio to make sure they could … Continue reading ‘Rockets and Ice Cream’ by Sarah Perle, Israel

Being from the MENA region; my reputation is destroyed! By Maroi ECH-CHARKAOUY, from Morocco

After spending a very nice day in Budapest, I hit the road to Prague hoping it would be as beautiful as Budapest; nice, cozy and full of nice people. I arrived to Prague late on a Saturday night, and as it was night the tourist office in the Prague’s train station was closed. There was … Continue reading Being from the MENA region; my reputation is destroyed! By Maroi ECH-CHARKAOUY, from Morocco

‘A Week of Heartbreaks’ By Mohamed Abubakr, Sudan

The story of how I got into peace is not a cute, warm and fuzzy one.  The moment I realized that there’s no good in war, and that peace is the only way, also happens to be one of the worst moments of my life, and absolutely the worst ever for sixteen year old me. … Continue reading ‘A Week of Heartbreaks’ By Mohamed Abubakr, Sudan

‘Few hours in Amman’ by Hamze Awawde, Palestine

How amazing that I crossed the three security checks (first the Palestinian one, then the Israeli, Jordanian the third) in 4 hours only. I couldn’t believe that in none of them nobody questioned my purpose to travel to Jordan. Not all days are bad days in our Palestinian reality. The first thing I noticed, upon … Continue reading ‘Few hours in Amman’ by Hamze Awawde, Palestine