by Mohammed Moussa
A policeman stops me. “You are not from Jerusalem," he says. But Jerusalem lives in me.
by Aya Zaqout
We may not have peace in Gaza, but I hope to inspire an inner sense of peace through my art.
by Mohammed Arafat
Gaza is home to hundreds of unsung heroes. Among them are the fishermen who sail out every day and risk ...
by Karama Fadel
“Will we ever be able to be together again as family?” wonders my friend Sajedah, who is separated ...
by Rana Shubair
I used to think I could touch the stars, reach for the moon, and slide down the rainbow.
by Leen Abu Said
I have one wish: I wish that no one has to bury his son or daughter while he is alive.
by Bashar Nabhan
I finally understand the message my grandfather tried to teach me: to live, you have to struggle.
by Ahmed Alnaouq
They jumped from the fire to a frying pan, but these Syrians are making a home in Gaza.
by Eman Abunada
Who denies the right of a daughter to see her ailing parents?
by Rana Shubair
I see Gaza as a place where people of other nations should long to visit or tread its soil. Those who ...
by Omnia Ghassan
Gaza deserves to be loved. It may not be the perfect place to live, but its imperfections are what make ...
by Wesam Alnaouq
The three men screamed for help, but no one responded. Everyone was gone, or maybe, like us, they were ...
by Tamam Abusalama
I have been away from home for five years; I wanted to be a part of my brother’s wedding preparations. ...
by Tarneem Hammad
"I only want one thing in life: Just give me back my boat."
by Basman Derawi
I used to believe every age has beauty and 30 would be a time of a liberating independence. But then ...
by Hanin Alyan Elholy
I hadn’t known it before, that a man's heart is actually in his eyes.
by Malak Mattar
In Gaza, the desire to travel has become a burn in our stomachs and a pain in our hearts.