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Love Under Apartheid

Palestinians daring to defy apartheid with love.

love (n): 1. Strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties
apartheid (n): 1. A policy or system of segregation or discrimination

Life without Dad

Nehad, whose name has been changed for security, and her husband have been married for nearly two decades. But they can’t live together in Nehad’s hometown because Israel won’t permit her husband to join her and their kids. As a result, their son’s special needs often go unmet and they are forced to live in an area of the Jerusalem district where neither Israel nor the Palestinian Authority provide basic services like fire, police, and others.

Tuesday, 14 - 02 - 2012

Life without Dad

Nehad, whose name has been changed for security, and her husband have been married for nearly two decades. But they can’t live together in Nehad’s hometown because Israel won’t permit her husband to join her and their kids. As a result, their son’s special needs often go unmet and they are forced to live in an area of the Jerusalem district where neither Israel nor the Palestinian Authority provide basic services like fire, police, and others.

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