A 66-year-old hunger striker at Gaza’s sit-in tent used to have three children; two of them were killed and one is locked behind Israel’s bars. Read more about Elderly Gaza man on hunger strike in solidarity with "only son left"
Palestine from My Eyes
An ex-detainee Loai Odeh has taken writing as a way to express himself as one who has had enough of Israel’s brutality. This is my translation of Loai’s diaries of hunger strike that he wrote as Facebook status updates recalling his experience in Israel’s jails. Read more about Hunger strike diaries: the fate of Palestinian political prisoners is "our shared responsibility"
What is it like to be on hunger strike? Loai Odeh is a former prisoner and hunger-striker. This is my translation of the diaries of he wrote about his experience. Read more about "The first day is the hardest": Ex-prisoner Loai Odeh's hunger strike diary
My reflections on the popular events that were held in Gaza on Prisoners’ Day. Read more about A Celebration of Freedom on Prisoners' Day in Gaza
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. Read more about To Your Living Soul, Vittorio Arrigoni
I arrived to Jordan and I went to the Dead Sea where the reunion of the leadership program I went to America for was held. It was a bittersweet feeling to be on the other side of Jericho. I could see Jericho’s hills in the horizon line. I was so close yet so far away, since Israel’s apartheid regime deprives me as a Palestinian from Gaza from reaching it. Read more about My journey in Jordan
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