Author Page

The New Arab Staff

Nasri Hajjaj


As a Muslim child in a Palestinian refugee camp, Jesus and Mary were treasured figures to Nasri Hajjaj, until the Lebanese Civil War tore apart religious cohesion.

27 December, 2014

A group of youths decide to create small libraries in coffee shops across Nahr al-Bared refugee camp in north Lebanon.

20 December, 2014

There are Palestinian Jewish groups who do not recognise Israel, or even any right to a Jewish homeland. So what does it mean for them if Israel succeeds in calling itself a Jewish state?

13 December, 2014

Palestinian Nasri Hajjaj spent twenty years of his life in Tunisia, where he saw the scene set for the Jasmine Revolution.

31 October, 2014