Walking Out into the Sunshine: Recollections and Reflections A Palestinian Personal Experience

Walking Out into the Sunshine: Recollections and Reflections  A Palestinian Personal Experience
Publisher: Windy City Publishers
Published Date: 01 January 2013
ISBN-13: 978-1935766612

This is the personal story of a Palestinian born in Haifa in 1935 and made a refugee in 1948. The story provides an eyewitness account of history, politics, inter-community relations, economics, refugee status, education, immigration, inner conflicts, friendships, family life, and love in Arab and American cultures.

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