I really loved this exercise because I enjoy photography so much. Let me begin but guessing what your first reaction would be after seeing these pictures. You are probably going to say: " Well, she didn't take pictures of women, children or taxi drivers..." Indeed, I didn't. I have taken pictures of landscapes, because I want to … Continue reading Deserted Landscapes by Sandra, Tunisia.
Moses led his people through the desert on the journey to the Holy Land. Those who are coming now neither have a leader nor are coming for religious reasons. They are mostly Sudanese, Ethiopians and Eritreans who escape from their homeland because of war and violence. They regard Israel as a safe destination. This is … Continue reading The Modern Exodus by Miriam Yosef, Germany
Dear Friends, I would like to talk about how Ebola has changed me and many Liberians and our centuries old tradition in just over a period of a year and a half. An experience I call a “Game of Life and Death.” In every society, there are ways of life and things that inescapably bind … Continue reading A Game of Life and Death by Thomas from Liberia
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
In times of justice emergency we need to ally, we must act. Today I marched with my global community. I marched by your side today not because we are women or because, like me, you are Jewish . I didn't march by your side because your skin is the same color as my skin or … Continue reading STRONGER TOGETHER by Sarah Perle, Israel