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Young Palestinians Speak
Written in English
An overview of the history of the Israel-Palestine conflict and interviews with Palestinian children living under occupation, presented as an educational resource for children ages 9 and up.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Anthony Robinson & Annemarie Young ; with photography by Anthony Robinson|
|Contributions||Young, Annemarie, author|
|LC Classifications||DS119.7 .R576 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||2016042874|
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Young Palestinians Speak book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In Palestine today, a second generation of children and you /5.
After explaining what the occupation is and how it affects those living under it, the authors organize the book into chapters by the places they visited: Ramallah, Jenin, Nablus, Qattana, Sebastiya, Gaza, Beit Ur, and Hebron. In each, following some background information, the young people interviewed speak for themselves.
This book provides a platform for young people, from all over this occupied land, to speak in their own voices about the day-to-day experience of living under occupation. About the Author Anthony Robinson is a full-time writer of books for, about and with children, and a 5/5(2).
Young Palestinians Speak: living under occupation (Interlink Books, ) is a collection of testimonies interspersed with historical information about Palestine and its fragmentation.
The book is. “Young Palestinians Speak: Living under Occupation (Interlink Books, ) is a collection of testimonies interspersed with historical information about Palestine and its fragmentation.
The book is aimed at young adult readers, yet it overlaps the gap successfully enough to make it a compelling and harrowing read for adults as well. This book provides a platform for children and young people, from all over this occupied land, to speak in their own voices about the day-to-day experience of living under occupation.
It begins with an explanation of what the occupation means for those living under it and is followed by the heart of the book: nine sections, each one focusing on. Annemarie Young has books on Goodreads with ratings.
Annemarie Young’s most popular book is Oxford Reading Tree Read with Biff, Chip, and Kipper. The kids speak about school, aspirations, family life, safety, and the difficulties of living in the Occupied Territories.
Many answers are typical of young people anywhere, but most touch on the experience of living under occupation. In addition, excerpts from some of the young people's writing are : Annemarie Young. ?In Palestine today, a second generation of children and young people is growing up experiencing life under occupation.
These are children who know only fear when they see an Israeli soldier or come across a roadblock. This book provides a platform for. Buy Young Palestinians Speak: Living Under Occupation by Anthony Robinson, Annemarie Young (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(3). Young Palestinians Speak, co-written by Anthony Robinson and Annemarie Young, describes a more personal journey to find out about the lives of some children and teenagers who in many ways are no different from any other young people, but who are growing up experiencing life under occupation.
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Young Palestinians speak: living under occupation. [Anthony Robinson; Annemarie Young] -- An overview of the history of the Israel-Palestine conflict and interviews with Palestinian children living under occupation, presented as an.
In “Young Palestinians Speak,” journalists Annemarie Young and Anthony Robinson interview dozens of Palestinian children and teens who live in Gaza and the West Bank, asking them to describe. Deborah Ellis's enormously popular Breadwinner trilogy recounted the experiences of children living in Afghanistan; now Ellis turns her attention to the young people of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
After visiting the region to conduct interviews, she presents their stories here — in their own words. Twelve-year-old Nora, eleven-year-old Mohammad, and many others speak Cited by: 1. Young Palestinians Speak provides a platform for children and young people, from all over this occupied land, to speak in their own voices about the day-to-day experience of living under occupation.
The young people in this book share with you their dreams and fears for themselves and their country, and in so doing lay open their humanity and.
Anthony Robinson and Annemarie Young are the authors of Young Palestinians Speak: Living Under Occupation. The authors’ belief in the power of books to counter prejudice drove their first joint project, the award-winning Refugee Diaries. The main aim of Anthony’s writing is to give a voice to those who are not heard, particularly children.
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T he young soldier stopped to listen to the man reading on the stage in Tel Aviv's Habima Square, outside the tall façade of Charles Bronfman Auditorium.
The reader was Yossi Sarid, a former Author: Peter Beaumont. Fouad Moughrabi The Electronic Intifada 28 August Young Palestinians Speak: Living Under Occupation by Anthony Robinson and Annemarie Young, Interlink Books (). This book is a labor of love about young people who are born in the perpetual insecurity of a conflict zone.
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The origins of Palestinians are complex and diverse. The region was not originally Arab – its Arabization was a consequence of the inclusion of Palestine within the rapidly expanding Arab Empire conquered by Arabian tribes and their local allies in the first millennium, most significantly during the Muslim conquest of the Levant in the 7th century.– Gaza Strip: 1, (of whom 1, are registered refugees ()).is patently silly because it entails the idea that Palestinians are 'Arab-speaking', i.e., that Palestinians speak the ethnic group to which most of them belong.
I know the editor wished to distinguish ethnic and linguistic aspects of Palestinian .