Monthly Archives: July 2014

How to cope under occupation

“Even the world is sad today!” the Mum dramatically declared as she took note of the clouds in the sky. I personally felt relieved to see the extra cloud cover, providing us with a bit of shelter from the glare … Continue reading

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beyond the bars

They sit huddled in the corner as if leaving open spaces will make them less entrapped Playing games and making rules as if creating boundaries will erase the ones already present Crafting stones from the dust as if the earth … Continue reading

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Breakfast in Bed

It turns out I’m living with quite the rebel. In fact, this city seems to be full of carefully concealed rebels just waiting to be discovered. And discovering them I am, in one of those beautifully random weeks that Palestine … Continue reading

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