Submitted by Shahd Abusalama on Fri, 04/13/2012 - 17:43
I wrote this five days after Vittorio Arrigoni was murdered. I was still under shock. After a year from his departure, I still find it difficult to accept that he’s dead. But what I know for sure is that he’ll be remembered forever and his soul is always with us inspiring us and pushing us forward.
Submitted by Shahd Abusalama on Tue, 03/20/2012 - 12:19
Part 1: I left Gaza on the 1st of March through Erez checkpoint to pass through the occupied lands of Jerusalem and Jericho to Jordan. Here, you’ll read about my trip through Israel’s apartheid barriers and the humiliating treatment Palestinians receive there.
Sarah, Abdelaziz and Anda have found a welcome distraction from Palestine’s troubles: music. They and 120 other girls and boys are enrolled in the Gaza Music School, a program of the A.M. Qattan Foundation launched in 2008.
Submitted by Shahd Abusalama on Thu, 02/16/2012 - 16:33
Three disabled Palestinians send a message to the whole world in general and Gandhi’s grandchildren in India in particular, calling them to make the issue of Khader Adnan and child and disabled detainees in Israel’s merciless prisons the top of their priorities.