A Palestinian born researcher based in Jerusalem who was moved by the nostalgia and emotion still held by many displaced Palestinians for their former homes and villages. After graduating from Al-Ahliyya University in Jordan as a Computer Engineer, he developed the idea of documenting these personal stories and the displaced Palestinian villages through a personal initiative of visual documentation and thus his 8-year ongoing project of “We Were and Still Are... Here” was launched.
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What is that secret of the Bond between Palestinians and their Grandmothers? The grandmother expelled from her coastal hometown north of Akka in 1948 to become a refugee in a camp in northern Syria. Second and third generations brought up on a diet of stories told by their Teitas (grandmothers),... Read More
The house of the Palestinian writer, scholar, poet and Arab nationalist Khalil Al-Sakakini who is a leading intellectual of literature, and the father of the ideological and literal novelty in Palestine and the Arab world. His daughter Hala recalls in her book "Jerusalem & I" that her father... Read More
The Residence of the Baramki family which is located in Al-Turjuman neighborhood, directly on the city line that separated west and east Jerusalem before the Israeli occupation in 1967, that ‘‘Armistice Line’’ which known nowadays as Street Nr.1.