The lost Moon, ‎A. Gaza/Palestine

The life we live in has two sides, good moments and bad moments, this is life. I remember that day well when I was in 7th grade and was preparing for my homework in order to present it to my teacher; my grandmother was very sick at that time. I was looking after her, she … Continue reading The lost Moon, ‎A. Gaza/Palestine

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Can a Smile Unite Us? by Tom Raz – Israel

In the summer of 2007, when I was 16 years old, I said goodbye to my family and flew with my classmates all the way to Poland to see the horror of what racism and discrimination can cause. For those who aren’t familiar with this subject, when WWII began, the Nazis planned to get rid … Continue reading Can a Smile Unite Us? by Tom Raz – Israel

The strength comes from pain by Maroua, Algeria

Life is not a piece of sweet chocolate, life is much more complicated than that. It is a mixture of joy and sorrow and it can't just be always bright, there must be some darkness to complete the image of life and to appreciate it. You can't be strong in facing life issues if you … Continue reading The strength comes from pain by Maroua, Algeria

Death and All His Friends – YaLa in Jordan

Nothing prepares you for that moment when someone looks you in the eye and tells you they have lost a loved one to this war. No psychology degree can teach you how to keep your lungs and heart going when you know you've got nothing… Nothing to say or do that could bring their mother, … Continue reading Death and All His Friends – YaLa in Jordan

Family…where life begins and love never ends by Ali Bali, Tunisia

Everything started in 2013, I was not a sociable person when it came to my family, and I always ran away from meeting my relatives. Most of the time when we have special events, like a family party and family reunion, I would close my room and I stay by myself with loud music to … Continue reading Family…where life begins and love never ends by Ali Bali, Tunisia