Tag Archives: Israel

Oh what a day!

The past 24 hours have been a roller-coaster of emotions. Yesterday I visited Cheddar Gorge with my sister on a lovely day out. We arrived home late and I logged onto Facebook to see that one of the girls who … Continue reading

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A Palestinian day in London

Last month, my friend Karen asked me if I would like to attend a concert with her in London at Kings Place.¬†http://www.kingsplace.co.uk/ They were holding a world music event and on this particular evening there were a group from Senegal … Continue reading

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It has been a while

Sorry I have not posted in a while. It isn’t through lack of anything to say, quite opposite with the glut of news coming out of Palestine. News that never makes our major news channels, however news agencies like Russia … Continue reading

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5 Broken Cameras.

Emad Burnat was an ordinary olive farmer in a village called Bil’in. His livelihood along with many others was put at risk when Israel decided to expand their settlement building and grab more Palestinian land. Emad and other villagers decided … Continue reading

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Bab Al Shams

In December, literally hours after Palestine was voted rights within the United Nations, Israel showed the world its middle finger and openly stated that it was going to build a major settlement on a land named E1, to the East … Continue reading

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From the mouths of babes.

We had three children who did the trip to Palestine with us. Archie aged 9 was asked for school to do a little write up about his trip so I thought it would be interesting to ask the other children … Continue reading

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Crossing the border, otherwise known as crossing the road from Bethlehem to Jerusalem

As we walked away from Claire’s, we all stood under the shadow of the wall and read the stories posted on the Wall Museum. These spread along the concrete and the only place we could stand and read them was … Continue reading

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