A MIDSUMMER SUNSET’S DREAM by Marta Furlan, Israel

It was a peaceful afternoon of July 2014 in Jerusalem’s Old City and a gentle breeze was blowing mildly in the sunset hours. The sun was going down on the horizon and it was spreading to an almost surreal orange light that was giving a unique colour reflected on the stone houses around it. The … Continue reading A MIDSUMMER SUNSET’S DREAM by Marta Furlan, Israel

A CHALLENGING YEAR IN POLAND by Safae El Ouadifi, Morocco

It was the 1st of August in 2013 and it began as any other ordinary sunny morning in my beloved city Casablanca. I was checking my email inbox and it was full to the brim. I was about to logout of my inbox and go back to my unfinished morning nap, an email caught my … Continue reading A CHALLENGING YEAR IN POLAND by Safae El Ouadifi, Morocco

Gaza Sea Port by Wesam, Gaza, Palestine

I have been thinking deeply about taking the best pictures to tell the story of Gaza. Some of you may wonder why is it so hard to take pictures ! It is hard because everything around us reflects pain and misery. Destroyed houses, Injured people and lost dreams. This is not what I want to … Continue reading Gaza Sea Port by Wesam, Gaza, Palestine

Change is Possible By Akar, Kurdistan-Iraq

I am a Kurdish-Iraqi citizen, born in Iran as a refugee. The place where we lived in Iran was called "Ordogahe Sonqor," which was near Kermanshah, and there were more than 500 families gathered and living in the area as refugees. There was a school for us where we were mixed with Persian students. I … Continue reading Change is Possible By Akar, Kurdistan-Iraq

War by Wadie Skaf, Syria

Living in Syria, 14 years old, his name was Ahmad. Ahmad was good at school, his teachers loved him, his mates were jealous of him. Ahmad's days were amazing until the war came. War has taken over, tanks are in the streets, aircrafts in the sky, the boy is home alone. Mom waiting for Dad, … Continue reading War by Wadie Skaf, Syria