Returning to nowhere
A remarkable, personal reflection on understanding where we come from. "I always wonder how I first learned that we were different, that we didn't come from the city we had always known but from a faraway, perfect place, of which maps were framed and hung on our walls or around our necks. This was a place, we were led to believe, where injustice, misfortune and even our daily-life problems would have not existed. A place "where none of this can happen," as Palestinian author Ghassan Kanafani wrote in his novella Returning to Haifa." Riham Alkousaa shares her personal story in The Point Magazine.
From The Point