Zababdeh ( My village ) is a Palestinian town in the northern West Bank located 15 kilometers (9.3 miles) southeast of Jenin and 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) from the Arab American University. The village of Zababdeh is home to about 3,000 inhabitants and is the only majority-Christian village in the northern West Bank, ruins found … Continue reading Zababdeh by George Da, Palestine
Last week YaLa Alumni participated in a photo challenge. Participants from all over the region, including from Syria, Ghana, Palestine, and Israel, submitted photos from their weekend. Many photos included buildings and architecture, and they are pictured here.
Whenever a friend asks me, what should I do to know the real Cairo ? My answer is simple: Get lost in the street, you will learn about the food, the traditions, the culture, the lifestyle but most importantly, the Spirit. Photo 1: No matter what happens, there is always a light in the middle of … Continue reading The Streets of Cairo by Yasmine Bougueche, Algeria – photo essay –