Young Palestinians Speak: Living Under Occupation

Young Palestinians Speak: Living Under Occupation
Publisher: Interlink Books
Published Date: April 2017
ISBN-13: 978-1566560153

In Palestine today, a second generation is growing up experiencing life under occupation. Young Palestinians Speak provides a platform for children and young people, from all over this occupied land, to speak in their own voices about the day-to-day experience of living under occupation. The young people in this book share with you their dreams and fears for themselves and their country, and in so doing lay open their humanity and offer the hope for a brighter future in Palestine. 

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