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Jordan, land of refuge

Jordan. The first thing I was told upon arrival in Jordan is that, since the days of the Bible, there has been a promise on this country that it would be a safe harbour, a shelter for others. Palestine lies … Continue reading

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Hopeful Links – more stories of hope from #Syria

If you visit CulturTwined with any degree of frequency, you know that Syria is keenly on my heart and mind. I feel more strongly than ever that I am to continue loving that dear country and find ways to share … Continue reading

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well-placed gratitude

A few years ago, I wrote some little fictional blurbs trying to explore the reality of life as a refugee, specifically an Iraqi in Syria at the height of the crisis. In this one, a teenage boy who fled Iraq … Continue reading

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