A Palestinian Jerusalemite shares his experience leaving the country through Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv.
An innocent question posed in good faith changes a family’s legal status and that of all its descendants.
For one young man, the permanent residency that eluded him in his youth is more than enough.
Mai reflects on her reasons for applying for Israeli citizenship and the psychological and emotional cost of that decision.
Zayna finally sought Israeli citizenship so that she could live in her city without constant threat of deportation. But she still does not feel safe.
A survivor of the Deir Yasin massacre tells her haunting story.
Betty Majaj, a nurse in Jerusalem, lived through the demise of the New City and its reincarnation into West Jerusalem. This is her story.
Jacob Nammar, whose family established the al-Nammamreh neighborhood in al-Baq‘a, shares the trauma his family went through as one of the few Palestinian families who remained.
A survivor of the Deir Yasin massacre recalls that dark day, its cost for his family, and its aftermath.