A poem by Abigail Levitt

Can we take the beauty, the love, the goodness, the warmth, the caring, the willingness to sacrifice, the love, and use them to build a world of love, a land of peace, a place of belonging for both peoples?   We have so much love to give, We really do We fight out of our … Continue reading A poem by Abigail Levitt

Theatre: My own Peculiar World | Kaoutar Chahbane from Morocco

This story is not finished... yet. In a world of cruel reality It is somehow compulsory To find a way To stay away To find magic In some peculiar world of magic. My story starts with a dream, a decision, and determination. It was at the age of 10 that I decided to be an … Continue reading Theatre: My own Peculiar World | Kaoutar Chahbane from Morocco

The Mastermind by Maher Masri, Tunisia

That painting intrigues me. It is the one which has left me dazzled till today. It keeps haunting my mind. That lovely lady is the mystery of the universe. She is still being analyzed by connoisseurs of art. You've probably recognized her. It is Mona Lisa indeed. Its painter is unique. A man passionate for life, a visionary genius. … Continue reading The Mastermind by Maher Masri, Tunisia

Tel Aviv to Switzerland in 2 Hours- By Car. By Udi Goren, Israel

Last year Israel experiences its biggest storm in 50 years. Jerusalem was sieged, Tzfat was knee-deep in snow and cars were stranded on highways that shut down without warning- no one was ready for the extreme weather (Israeli standards, yes?). I wasn’t ready either. I knew it was coming, but between work and previous obligations, … Continue reading Tel Aviv to Switzerland in 2 Hours- By Car. By Udi Goren, Israel

Oh Rhetoric, What Have You Done to Me?! by Ranya Fadel, Israel

“Hello citizens, my name is “Politician”, I’m from the “Region” and I have a wonderful vision to present you, and lots of plans to achieve. I promise that I will do this and that; meanwhile, you citizens, promise your leaders that you will follow and obey, because WE, yes, WE are the best nation ever … Continue reading Oh Rhetoric, What Have You Done to Me?! by Ranya Fadel, Israel