Three generations after the Nakba, still struggling to define home | +972 Magazine

From left to right, the author's aunt, mother and grandmother on the land they used to harvest in Jordan. (Photo courtesy of the author.)

For Madlaine Ahmad, born and raised in Doha to Palestinian parents with Jordanian citizenship, the answer to ‘where are you from?’ is never simple, and always seems to be wrong.

via Three generations after the Nakba, still struggling to define home | +972 Magazine

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