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  • Peace Talks - Fear, Hope, and Friendship - Mideast Teen Girls Speak Out
    run over We have a girl here that was chased by a tank This is not a normal life We have one girl who lost three friends to suicide bombers It s very sad to grow up this way So I m really happy that they can have some happiness THE 2003 CREATIVITY FOR PEACE CAMP TEENS SABREEN PALESTINIAN TEEN Sometimes I feel that my pen is my land When I write I try to write from my heart My pen is the land I go to when I feel full of anger happiness longing I let the pen slow down on the sheet to leave behind the imprint of my feelings But it doesn t mean that I don t need a physical land where I can feel safe Safe to feel the warmth of the soil and the depths of the sun embrace me when I cry And because of the occupation I hope I wish to have a land a wide land And clean authority and a beautiful nation with ease of movement and freedom To my mind it could only happen through the younger generation our generation I would need many notebooks to write about checkpoints as they are the worst thing I have ever experienced in my life When I left Gaza and came to America with my friends to attend the Peace Camp we had to pass through a number of checkpoints Each time it felt like I was being robbed of my self respect when the soldiers spoke to us slowly forcefully and with a teasing insolence that was so humiliating They asked us to take some of our clothes off And it felt like someone drained my soul If they weren t so concerned about world opinion I m sure they would have asked us to undress completely standing naked in front of everyone They treat you worse than an animal And you can t even know who s giving you orders The guard speaks down to you from a tower high above the ground so far up that you can hardly catch his eyes if you squint For me it is the worst feeling in the world to have to encounter such difficulties and endure such humiliation just to leave Gaza and wait for hours on end to pass through the checkpoint This endless waiting is hardest on those who are ill and in need of medical treatment abroad And some prefer to die from the sickness than languish at the checkpoints I hope that one day my land will be free so that I can live in it in peace and without checkpoints SHOSHAN ISRAELI JEWISH TEEN I live in Israel My home is built on the side of a hill beside a mountain The life in the place where I live is disconnected from the reality It does not mean that I don t know what is happening in Israel and around the world It just means that the

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  • Good Radio Shows: 2012 Episodes
    stay on my family friends my society s side and to understand both sides It was just too painful the understanding of the other side that I brought back from camp and all the difficulties I had like staying 100 on my side while knowing what was going on on the other side And it was hard to say in front of my friends family society and then say I have both sides in me So I just didn t for a while Boss Were you able to reconcile that within yourself Freed For a while no But when I felt like that I need to go back to that it s something that I owe to I say sometimes to the world I have knowledge that is so important and I wish that everyone in the world had this knowledge So I think it s kind of my job to spread it around Boss Well I hear that you struggle within yourself and after going through that which sounds like a very important process did you then take that and manifest it in your daily life Freed Many times I try to show other sides Sometimes my friends are crazy at me when they want me to take their side during some kind incident and I m just trying to show them that there is another side but I really believe in that and I think it affects people when they see somebody who s coming in peace and not in shouting and not in you re wrong I m right just you re right and I m right It makes a difference It opens up people Ghaleb I want to share something that happened with me this year I was with my dad on my way to Ramallah and we were about reaching Ramallah but there was a checkpoint and they stopped us And the soldier when he check the car and check us and everything he told me your dad can pass but you have to go back You can t pass And then I told him Why I can t pass And he said You can t pass today And I tried to talk to him that I always pass with my father from this way and everything is okay and he said OK but today you can t pass That s it Don t discuss more with me And the people in the car they were telling me Don t discuss with him They will arrest you or something And my dad keep telling me No Jwana just go back and don t discuss with the soldier But suddenly I feel that I want really to discuss it with him because like this is something that I really learned from Creativity for Peace how to be honest and just speak what I m thinking about not just stay silent and do nothing And I told him Okay I can t pass but I always used to pass It s more about humanity And he stayed silent for like one minute and suddenly he answered me This is the army There is no humanity in the army But I feel that I really affect this person this soldier because like I thought in one moment he just kept silent and he think about it like I m a civilian I m with my father we re on our way to Ramallah he has a meeting we had a meeting and they are just preventing me for no reason He checked my bag and nothing in it and then like after a long discussion with him and argument I just passed and I did i But it was after a very long time It took me a lot but we passed at the end Boss It sounds like one of the valuable things that you took from your experience at Creativity for Peace is not only how to listen but how to speak Ghaleb Yeah how to speak my mind Even all the people in the car they were in fear like Jwana stop don t talk to the soldier He will arrest you or shoot you or something and my dad was so afraid because I stopped talking to him but even then I talked to him The soldier he doesn t speak Arabic and I don t speak Hebrew We talked in English And I tried to communicate with him because I know in the end even if he told me This is the army and there is no humanity At some point he s a person he s a human and he will think about it Maybe because he hates Palestinians at the beginning he said There is no humanity in the army But at the end I passed with my dad Boss So beyond the face beyond his eyes you were able at that point to see a human being in this soldier who may have had a gun that he was holding Ghaleb Because like I know that every person like has a human being inside his heart but the situation makes him be bad or think in this way So I tried to talk to him about human beings because I know that when he would think about it he would think in humanity or remember that there s something called humanity And that s what I learned also from Creativity for Peace Boss So I want to ask both of you do you think for example how to listen and how to speak and being able to see the humanity in the other is that a pathway to peace May Freed Absolutely When you learn to speak your truth people are listening When you try to speak like people s truth or like nations truth and everybody has his own truth and it just causes kind of like antagonism between You speak your own truth people can notice that you

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