A very powerful narrative about a world of loss, of home, country and heritage.
Palestinians were driven from their ancestral villages, their homes, their land by the newly formed state of Israel in 1948.
Mornings in Jenin is haunting and heart wrenching, a novel of vital importance. Lending voices to the headlines, it forces to take a look at one of the political conflicts of our lifetimes.
It is more then 60 years since "El Nakba" The Catastroph and "El Naksa" The Disaster happened.
The western world has been and still is taciturn when it comes to tell what happened to the Palestinians and their Country. There has been and still is great injustice.
“A kingdom founded on injustice never lasts.” Seneca Roman Philosopher mid first century AD