This is Home is a short story I wrote last year about a Palestinian woman stuck in the middle of the conflict. Check it out here.
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What can a hundred rupees (approximately 0.75 USD) get you? A bottle of water, a snack, some sweets, maybe a short bus ride to wherever and back? That’s not much really. A hundred rupees certainly won’t get you in … Continue reading
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A big THANK YOU to everyone that likes my posts/pages and add interesting comments. I’m a lazy blogger as you may have realized…. although I don’t always comment I do appreciate and value the time you spend on my blog.
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