Palestinian Christians: “Tens years since returning to Palestine”

Posted on Aug 9, 2018

by Professor Mazin Qumisyeh of Beit Sahour

It has been ten years since I returned to Palestine after living in the US for nearly three decades.

Those ten years in Palestine have been truly phenomenal and inspirational despite the pains and agony associated with them. For example, they are bracketed by an attack on Gaza in 2008 when we saw hundreds of Palestinian civilians murdered and by the attacks on Gaza and on the freedom flotilla trying to break the blockade of Gaza in 2018.

In between much pain that I told in my weekly email messages including losing 19 of my personal friends killed by the Israeli colonization army.

But also in between we have much to be proud of in Palestinian community achievement with help of others. Personally I am proud of publishing over 50 articles, books, building a museum and an institute for biodiversity ( I took time to change and update the lessons I learned from life especially from those ten years (but also from >40 years of human rights activism): … continue here

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Mazin Qumsiyeh
A bedouin in cyberspace, a villager at home
Professor, Founder, and (volunteer) Director
Palestine Museum of Natural History
Palestine Institute of Biodiversity and Sustainability
Bethlehem University
Occupied Palestine
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