Is education considered by Palestinians as means or end in itself? Read what I experienced with different Palestinian universities.
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My perception of Palestinians changed when I met them. I was both amazed & bewildered. Read about my experiences!
Palestinian women are living a life of paradoxes which replete with gender politics.
This time I explore how gender roles are constructed in Arab societies and the gender identities of Palestinian men.
People from all over the world can visit Jerusalem, but access is denied to its indigenous population. Learn about my experience with this reality.
Read my experiences in the city of Nablus. A city famous for its sweets. A city famous for its activism. A city that continues to survive.
A city where Muslims & Jews pray under the same roof but are divided by barricades and checkpoints. Read about the paradox of Hebron.
Enjoy reading my journey to the birthplace of Jesus Christ. The city of antiquity and pilgrimage. The venerated city of Bethlehem.
I did not know what life was like in a Palestinian refugee camp until I visited one. Read about my experiences in the Al-Jalazone refugee camp.
A tour of the city that manifests success and failures; conflict and truce; development and degradation. Enjoy reading about Ramallah.
Can you imagine food and politics together? I never could until I visited Palestine. Find out what I was taught there.
The oldest cities of the world remind of the man's journey from antiquity to modernity and Jericho completely symbolizes this. Enjoy reading!