Friday 3rd of march - I jump out of bed at 5 a.m. after a sleepless night and drive to Utopia. And trust me, not a single word in this sentence is an exaggeration. After a stereotype-busting Danish social experiment went viral on Facebook, (you can watch it HERE ) dozens of excited groups called … Continue reading One Friday morning in Utopia by Moriya Rosenberg, Israel (Hebrew follows English)
What is fair and what is not? Who gets to define that, control it or supervise it? Who gets to install it in this world? We sometimes tend to forget, or more likely, we tend to neglect some of the world’s most generous gifts: nature. Ain Drahem is a place known for being one of the … Continue reading Suffering Beauty by Wiem, Tunisia.
I was always an adventurous girl, I always try to learn new thing and be present in new experiences. So I answered "why not?" to the invitation to be a participant in Eurasia Model UN in Passau, Germany. Basically I was the only Israeli and eventually only Jew in the conference, but I liked the … Continue reading Peace Begins with Us by Moran, Israel
My town and its castle: you can see the beauty everywhere in Salkhad, a town located in the south of Syria. There is also beauty and hope everywhere in a voluntary team in my town called "Step", which helps children and other groups. My friends and I are volunteers and we organized a marathon to … Continue reading Beauty in All Forms in Salkhad, Syria by Yazan Orabi
Now it has been over 22 months, or almost 2 years since civil war broke in my country, Yemen, the poorest state in the Middle East. A war that savagely kidnapped the lives of thousands of civilians, as the latest UN reports confirmed the death toll to rise over 10,000, and wounded to about 50,000, … Continue reading It’s not too late to save war-torn Yemen by Yazeed Mohammed, Yemen