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Random First Lines:A short story describing an abused man pushed to the edge. Inspiration came from the song "It took me by surprise" By Maria Mena. Actually, a... » Read
Foreign scholars like Dr Genady Shlomper might be a source of inspiration to embrace Hindi in a substantive way, the will to respect Hindi has to come from Indians alone. Indians alone need to develop an atmosphere conductive for growth of Hindi in significant way both in Indian landscape and in...
We've all seen news items that show Israel as aggressor against helpless Palestinian Arabs. This seems very convincing, until you make an in depth study on the subject. My conclusion: Israel is not to be held responsible for the mess in the Middle East.
A short poem on the everyday massacre in Gaza Strip Palestine
This blog is an irreverent look at all things Canadian and Israeli by a Canadian expat who somehow ended up in self-exile somewhere in the empty expanse of the Negev desert.
For almost 63 years, since the Nakba in 1948; thousands of Palestinians were forcibly expelled from their homes and lands. Around 531 villages and towns were destroyed. Following the Nakba, hundreds of thousands of Palestinians were arrested either individually or in mass as they resisted...
By Ruvik Danieli
A story about an encounter between an aging vagabond hitchhiker and the yound driver who picks him up
By Ruvik Danieli
A story about an old Israeli soldier and war veteran stranded and besieged in an Arab village, and how it eventually leads to his abandonment of the warmaking pursuit
By Cloudy Thoughts
The peach tree was beautiful and Amin Al-Ansari reached up and plucked the fruit. He bit into the flesh. Delicious.
He had waited forty-three years to taste the fruits of Jerusalem, to finally liberate Palestine and it had been worth the wait. True, his brother had died in the fighting, but...
Short Story | Updated Jan 28, 2009 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1