The Landscape of Return, Part 2

At the beginning of this summer, I wrote that I wasn't able to answer the question of what it feels like to be here, but that maybe I would be able to after visiting Isdoud or maybe never. I am beginning to lean towards never. This week was a whirlwind. A whirlwind of traveling, emotion,... Continue Reading →


The Landscape of Return

The irony is not lost on me that I landed in Amman on May 15, nor that the 6 hour interrogation I underwent as I was crossing the border in to Palestine 2 days later was almost 63 years ago to the week that my father fled with his family and neighbors from Isdoud to... Continue Reading →

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