This is a series of pictures taken from different hidden parts of an Arab girl’s diary. Most women I have known in my country are having two or even three parallel lives so that they can satisfy their family and the society's expectation and then a "clandestino" life where a woman can think about herself … Continue reading Clandestine Attitudes by Rima, Tunisia.
Like veterans of war, women will exchange stories of stitches, scars, pain, and heroism. The way men recount their wartime experiences, exchanging tales of bravery and perhaps near fatal operations, is the way women will tell their birthing stories. I would like to share mine. A gush of water was when I knew the journey … Continue reading A Woman’s Battlefield by Sacha Gorelik, Israel
It was the third war in the Gaza Strip when a family lost their dearest pregnant daughter along with her two sons, aged six and four. Samar wasn't an ordinary person that anyone could pass by and easily forget, she was the sunshine to everyone in her life. She wasn't only my cousin, but my … Continue reading A Devastating Mishap by Yaara, Gaza
Its name is Ramadhane, its classification is holy, its values are sacred, and its memories last a lifetime. I am talking about the month during which all Muslims fast from dawn to sunset. If you have never heard of it nor been in a Muslim country during that time, let me use words to show … Continue reading The Famous Month of Ramadhan by Bridget, Tunisia
At the young age of 16, during my youth exchange and study abroad year in the United States, I realized the value of seeking integrity before taking impulsive actions. Right before my trip, I decided to confront my parents about my decision to remove the hijab that I wore for about 5 years at the … Continue reading A Muslim Was In The House | Q.A, Israel