2019 Writing Competition entries

Presenting the 2019 Writing Competition entries.

Please note: these entries are in no particular order. Learn about the competition and the prizes here! We hope you enjoy them.

 ➡︎ The Interview • C.K., Japan

 ➡︎ Encounters in the Holy Land • Sue Beardon, USA

➡︎ Reflections on my Trip to Israel/Palestine • Dorit Miles, USA/Israel

➡︎ Mary Goes to Jerusalem • Mary Niesluchowska, Poland

➡︎ How to reap apples • Mahmoud Hamarsheh, Palestine

➡︎ One land, divided • Kirsty LG, Palestine

➡︎ The Entrance for Israel's Citizens is Forbidden: Dangerous to your Lives • Jose Maria Cardesin, Spain

➡︎ Palestinians can • M. Pessemier

➡︎ No Peace Under the Olive Tree • Anna Walczyk, Poland

➡︎ Holy Land, Damned Land • Ilaria Ruzza, Italy

➡︎ A Night in Wadi Hummus • Faryn Borella, USA

➡︎ Encounters • Jim Minton, United Kingdom

➡︎ 2 sides of the coin • Leo M Jeyaraj, Canada

➡︎ Two postcards from the Walls • Donata Lorenzetti, Italy

➡︎ Olives and Occupation • Lesley Mannering, Australia

➡︎ Understanding the landscape • Sandra Manzella, Italy

➡︎ This entry will not win • Nofel Nawra, UK

➡︎ Knowing Becomes Understanding: 8 Days in Occupied Palestine • Christa Christaki, Australia

➡︎ I Found Myself In Palestine • Khadija Jones, UK

➡︎ Surfing the Same Waves • Carolina Maltese, UK

➡︎ Run • Hannah Redekop, Canada

➡︎ Reflections • Halcyon Clark, Canada

➡︎ Take the chance and visit the West Bank • Lysi Anne, Brazil

➡︎ We Saw Ramallah • Abe Asher, USA

➡︎ Reflections on the Jordan River, 1974 • Seth Derish, USA

➡︎ "Exile Is So Strong Within Me, I May Bring It To The Land" • Zi Hui Idelle Yee, Singapore

➡︎ An Earthian in Palestine • Amber Johansen, UK

➡︎ A Place Called Palestine • Alice Yu, UK

➡︎ Hospitality • AA

➡︎ How Couchsurfing broadened my horizon • Miriam Blanchette, Sweden


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