Sa'ed: Childhood in Nablus
Nablus has had a profound and often turbulent history. It is a city with an inextinguishable fire: a bastion of Palestinian tradition and culture, boasting a history rich with civic engagement in government and the economy. It is this unique spirit that continues to draw me back to Nablus, and it is the depth of the work that can be done here that enjoins me to stay.
Program Coordinator Chelsey Berlin comments on Nablus, childhood and resiliency. The full text is available here published by the Middle East Institute, a Washington, DC based non-partisan research organization dealing with the Middle East.