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The Gazan who bowled at the White HouseA special treat from American hosts was appreciated and memorable, but it’s not an equal exchange for justice.
By: Mohammad A. Abuajwa
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Not all scars are visibleIn Gaza, the difference between life and death can be a matter of inches, a matter of seconds.
By: Habiba Masoud
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When war ends, the struggle beginsAfter the bombs stop falling, people must deal with wounds that cannot be seen and that no amount of talking can heal.
By: Ahmed Dremly

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A big move and a big testWhen we moved from Saudi Arabia to Gaza, people here doubted we had the academic preparation to pass the Tawjihi.
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Gaza artist: When I paint, I feel pleasure and reliefFew Gazan artists are able to make a living from their talent.
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UNRWA’s promises to compensate destroyed houses are evaporatingYears after Israel’s 2014 attack, some Gazans remain in deplorable living conditions, and also in debt.
Gaza Strip

The Gazan who bowled at the White HouseA special treat from American hosts was appreciated and memorable, but it’s not an equal exchange for justice.
Gaza Strip

Not all scars are visibleIn Gaza, the difference between life and death can be a matter of inches, a matter of seconds.
Gaza Strip

When war ends, the struggle beginsAfter the bombs stop falling, people must deal with wounds that cannot be seen and that no amount of talking can heal.
West Bank

Arrested for writing… a poemThe poet Dareen Tatour was jailed, but her poem remained free.
West Bank

Facebook is silencing usJust like the real world, the digital world is biased against Palestinians.
West Bank

Friends, students—prisonersUniversity students are vulnerable to being arrested without charge.
Diaspora

The Gazan who bowled at the White HouseA special treat from American hosts was appreciated and memorable, but it’s not an equal exchange for justice.

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