No to Terrorism, Yes to Human Rights by Yamna Ayadi, Tunisia

Terrorism is an awful crime that can never be excused or justified. It poses a major threat to human rights, beginning with the most fundamental of rights - the right to life. Thousands of innocent souls have lost their lives. Terrorism, with its destructive power, has led to  growing mistrust, fear, and a significant new … Continue reading No to Terrorism, Yes to Human Rights by Yamna Ayadi, Tunisia

And The Cycle Goes On… by Angy Shavit, Israel

Take a moment, think of what you were doing when you were 13 and when you were 17. At the age of 13 you may have had your Bar Miztvah¹, maybe even your first kiss. At the age of 17 you may have passed your drivers test and got your license. Maybe you even had … Continue reading And The Cycle Goes On… by Angy Shavit, Israel

Dead Souls by Marwa Farhat, Tunisia

A great man said once: "Today I choose to feel life, not to deny humanity but to embrace it”. A few weeks ago when US forces bombed Libya, a boy's name appeared among the killed ISIS soldiers. A boy I used to go to class with. A weird pain took over my entire body, an … Continue reading Dead Souls by Marwa Farhat, Tunisia

God is not yours by Yousra Serry from Egypt

I don't believe you have to follow a certain group, believe in someone, or pray in a specific way to find god. I believe God can be found in many ways and forms. You can find the beauty of God in someone you love, see the kindness of God in a baby's smile, or even … Continue reading God is not yours by Yousra Serry from Egypt