I envision a day when the Encyclopedia Britannica and even basic printed dictionaries will become banned material. People will hide them in their basements, in their attics. A family secret, the children will see them for the first time by flashlight. Maybe the windows will have to be blackened, so the neighbors will not accidentally … More The dangers of a Wikipedia world
Little one looks at me, clutching her mother’s hand. She knows I don’t belong in her village. Does she know I am a Jew? I don’t know. Something in my clothes or possibly the way I was standing declares to her that I do not belong. She doesn’t know if this is good, bad or … More What is the Potential of an Israeli-Arab Child?
Dvora Marcia, my grandmother, was a Palestinian. I have the documents to prove it. She went to school in Palestine. She grew up in Palestine. Got married, had two boys and worked with her (first) husband in Irgun Hashomer to protect Jewish land from being stolen by Bedouin. My grandmother worked as head secretary in … More My grandmother, the Palestinian