Arab Israeli Right-winger Wants To Be Safe

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  1. anneinpt says:

    What an amazing man Sayid is, I admire his incredible courage and integrity, not to mention his intellectual curiosity. But how terribly sad that he has to hide his true feelings, to the extent of not being able to get married.

    Y|our question how can we help Sayid and Habib is very pertinent. I wish I had some answers.

    Maybe we can’t help his generation, but we can help the next generation by reforming the educational system in the PA from the bottom up, and installing non-propaganda books and tools. I have no idea how that would work in practice but it’s the only solution that I can see.

    • Sheri Oz says:

      I thoroughly enjoyed talking with Sayid. I am pleased that at least through this page, his voice can be heard. And I hope that many more voices will join his until the din will be impossible to ignore.

  2. Shoshana says:

    Wow. Hello to “Sayid” and “Habib” and all who think freely as you do. May the day come soon when you can speak freely as well, in safety, and have many fellowtravelers. I believe there must be many of you out there. Also, may the One Creator bless you to find your lifepartners soon!

  3. Shoshana says:

    By the way, Sheri, I am finally on a plane leaving Israel, (2 days after my original flight was cancelled) and thoroughly enjoying reading your site as I travel. I looked towards your beloved Haifa from the plane and thought of you. I hope to return soon and meet you in person. May many more like “Sayid” have reached out to you by then!

  1. July 21, 2020

    […] year, I spoke with Sayid (not his real name), a young Arab man living in a village in the center of the country. He wishes […]

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