In her latest collection of poems, an award-winning poet explores resistance and hope among the Palestinian people.
My Palestinian father named his donkey after you…
Now I think he insulted the donkey.
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Abby Zimet: Israel Arrests Ahed’s Relatives, Including A Child Missing A Third Of His Skull After They Shot Him
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“I don’t want my children to live my life. I’m looking for a future for my children and all children that is without occupation and violence. We have to have … Continue reading →