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Crossed paths and hijacked memories

27 December, 2014

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.

My personal library in Nahr al-Bared

20 December, 2014

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

Palestinian Jews: where nationality trumps religion

13 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?

The birth of Tunisia's revolution

01 November, 2014

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

Nasri Hajjaj
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