A Path to Grow, by Abd-Allah T., Gaza, Palestine

I understand how closed communities feel about their beliefs. I understand how in these communities, the narrative can be easily set by the people at the top, because interaction with the different sides of the argument is minimal. I understand how someone can be attached to their beliefs as a result of being nurtured in … Continue reading A Path to Grow, by Abd-Allah T., Gaza, Palestine

A terrorist for them, a father for you, by Tamar Ben-Ozer, Israel

“I lost my dad two years ago.” My usually bubbly friend Hannah’s voice is expressionless. Her words sound scripted, as if she's a mediocre actress who's performed a role one too many times. “He was driving home from prayers one day in East Jerusalem.  There were some riots going on in the streets. People were … Continue reading A terrorist for them, a father for you, by Tamar Ben-Ozer, Israel