Even the Traffic Lights Uphold the Occupation

Posted May 14, 2007, by & filed under Personal Experiences.

I love the start of a Grand Prix race. The rest of it, once Schumacher’s in front, I can leave. Just down the road from the Sabeel office, where the Shu’fat Road from Beit Hanina hits a big junction, you get to see a Grand Prix-esque start every 4 minutes or so. Except you’re not… Read more »

Why Israel Is After Me

Posted May 11, 2007, by & filed under Personal Experiences.

Los Angeles Times Amman, Jordan. I AM A PALESTINIAN from Nazareth, a citizen of Israel and was, until last month, a member of the Israeli parliament. But now, in an ironic twist reminiscent of France’s Dreyfus affair, in which a French Jew was accused of disloyalty to the state, the government of Israel is accusing… Read more »

Todayas Road to Emmaus

Posted May 10, 2003, by & filed under Personal Experiences.

Todayas Road to Emmaus The traditional site of Emmaus is in a little village called Al Qubeiba in the West Bank, less than 10 miles north west of Jerusalem. Al Qubeiba is next to a sizeable village called Biddu. As you may have gathered, the Separation Wall is not just one long line from North… Read more »