Crossing Qalandiya #2020

Crossing Qalandiya By Daniela I. Norris Shireen Anabtawi Crossing Qalandiya None
  • Title: Crossing Qalandiya
  • Author: Daniela I. Norris Shireen Anabtawi
  • ISBN: 9781906702212
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
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    Crossing Qalandiya By Daniela I. Norris Shireen Anabtawi
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    About "Daniela I. Norris Shireen Anabtawi"

    1. Daniela I. Norris Shireen Anabtawi

      Daniela is a former diplomat, turned political writer, and with age and wisdom now spiritual author and speaker Her stories, articles and essays have been published in numerous newspapers and magazines, and first collection of short stories The Year Spring Turned into Winter was out in December 2008 Crossing Qalandiya Exchanges Across the Israeli Palestinian Divide, co authored with Shireen Anabtawi, was published in the UK in May 2010 On Dragonfly Wings a skeptic s journey to mediumship Axis Mundi Books and Collecting Feathers Tales from the Other Side Soul Rocks Books were out in 2014.Her first novel, Recognitions, is due out in January 2016 from Roundfire Books.danielanorristweetsfromtheafterlifetweetsfromtheafterlife

    815 thoughts on “Crossing Qalandiya”

    1. This book consists a series of letters between two ordinary, yet remarkable, women One is Israeli, the other is Palestinian They met in Geneva and agreed to correspond.In their homelands, they are brought up to regard the others as hostile aliens as enemies who wish to kill them.Over the course of a year, they discover that there are many similarities between their societies and very few differences In fact, the histories of Judaism and Islam have much in common than either have with Christiani [...]

    2. The early bonds of friendship were forged between Daniela Norris and Shireen Anabtawi before they had time to realise they were, or should be, enemies Daniela is Israeli while Shireen is Palestinian While they could meet in a neutral setting like a party in Geneva, where they were both working at the time, it would not be possible for them to spend time together when they returned to their respective homelands.Crossing Qalandiya is a beautifully written book, taking the form of a series of lette [...]

    3. This book is very moving, but it s also a quick read, since they are letters and non fiction, I found that I didn t have to take the world setting in It did however, help me understand what everyday people go through on both sides I know already most stuff about Palestine, the checkpoints and the difficulties they had, but I also learned new things If anything, although I did not agree with some things, it helped me also understand the situation from Israelis perspective We are shown very person [...]

    4. I was so excited about reading this because I wanted to change my way of seeing the conflict between Israelies and Palestinians I thought that this book will help me to do that Well, I wasn t too wrong It supposed to be a exchange letters between two friends but at the beginning, I felt like they were fighting with kindness That kind of fightings that you do with all respect you can to don t hurt the other person However, I didn t understand why they had to question each other for things their a [...]

    5. A really interesting book A real eye opener to the realities of life for Israeli and Palestinian families and also their cultures and holidays I love the way that they challenged each other over their beliefs but it just made them both think about what they had accepted as a reality and never caused a problem to their friendship Confirms my beliefs that the world would be a better place and things would likely get sorted out in a speedy and peaceful way if women were in charge.

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