Tag Archives: Syria

Review: Sisters of the War by Rania Abouzeid

SISTERS OF THE WAR by Rania Abouzeid is a non-fiction narrative about the horrific tragedies in Syria. It focuses on two girls, Ruha and Hanin, and their families who experience deep loss and painful experiences over years of war and … Continue reading

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Montclair’s Hala Ghanem Hosts a Fundraiser for Syrian Refugee Family

Montclair’s Hala Ghanem couldn’t stand by during the refugee crisis; she had to act. Continue reading

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Save Me: Comfort Music by Queen

Even though it’s nothing new, the last weeks of news really affected me. International, national, local news all felt bad — and the weekend’s news out of Missouri truly numbed me. I feel like I don’t have the right to … Continue reading

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#SaveSyriasChildren

Just because it isn’t happening here, doesn’t mean it isn’t happening. This video is in tribute and to raise awareness about Syria, but it could be about so many issues. For those of us who truly believe that “It Takes … Continue reading

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“His mother would have wanted to be with him.”

That’s all I could think of to say in response to viewing the graphic video (I won’t link to it; it’s easy enough to find in a search on Twitter, but here is a response from the UK.) of the … Continue reading

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