by Malak Mattar
In Gaza, the desire to travel has become a burn in our stomachs and a pain in our hearts.
by Tamam Abusalama
I feel a responsibility for these displaced people. After all, Palestinians have been displaced from ...
by Haya Abdullah Ahmed
I want to appreciate my life for its sweet, simple blessings. But I will never forget my dreams.
by Mohammed Moussa
Pick up your suitcases and go home. They have closed the gates.
by Hanin Alyan Elholy
What would happen if there was no evil? Certainly, there would be no learning that helps us grow stronger.
by Eman Abunada
The first time I walked into the school of 80+ refugee children, I expected to find them traumatized ...
by Fadi O. Al-Naji
In my heart, I travel there all the time—to my spiritual home, my birthright, the heart of the Palestinian ...
by JeJe Al Abyad
The day we die or get killed will just be a regular day.
by Omnia Ghassan
Just a few years ago, I saw a blue hummingbird watching over my family, and I truly believe it embodied ...
by Tarneem Hammad
What first comes to your mind when you hear the word, “Bedouins”? Deserts? Camels?
by Basman Derawi
Do I have the right to call you my land? They have taken you, added “less” and labeled me “stateless."
by Khuloud Rabah Sulaiman
It was a beautiful love story, a miracle that brought two lovers together despite all obstacles. Until ...
by Wesam Alnaouq
I have found zombies on earth. They live in a tiny, densely packed place called Gaza and few people ...
by Basman Derawi
Dear little boy, who I still am, you draw your dream on paper but time erases it...
by Besan Aljadili
I hope to be a great writer and, above all, to be a great human. I want to be the voice of every voiceless ...
by Basma Abu Fanunah
My name is Adel and this is my story, one of a million such stories from Gaza.