“Her eyes are Palestinian, Her name, Palestinian, Her dreams, and sorrow, Palestinian, Her words and her silence, Palestinian, Her voice, Palestinian, Her birth and her death, Palestinian, Palestine,I have carried you in my old notebooks as the fire of my verses”

“Her eyes are Palestinian, Her name, Palestinian, Her dreams, and sorrow, Palestinian, Her words and her silence, Palestinian, Her voice, Palestinian, Her birth and her death, Palestinian, Palestine,I have carried you in my old notebooks as the fire of my verses”

 “Palestine is the land I dream of the home in my heart that was never meant to be. A real shame that a young boy never got to experience a real upbringing in the land the that he’s from , a boy who missed out on the culture, friends and his family some of which had passed away. But it’s OK it will always have a place in this young boy’s heart.”

“Palestine is the land I dream of the home in my heart that was never meant to be. A real shame that a young boy never got to experience a real upbringing in the land the that he’s from , a boy who missed out on the culture, friends and his family some of which had passed away. But it’s OK it will always have a place in this young boy’s heart.”

 “Palestine is my home, even though I never lived there, I’m always surrounded by my roots. My family is very nationalistic and I’m always eating our native food. Palestine is a comfort for me, just hearing the name makes me proud to be from there. When people find out that I’m from Palestine, their faces light up, and it makes me happy that they share the joy I feel”

“Palestine is my home, even though I never lived there, I’m always surrounded by my roots. My family is very nationalistic and I’m always eating our native food. Palestine is a comfort for me, just hearing the name makes me proud to be from there. When people find out that I’m from Palestine, their faces light up, and it makes me happy that they share the joy I feel”

 “I’m an Irish Palestinian citizen who is proud to be Palestinian. Palestine has a long history, and the people are truly heroic. The battle for freedom is still ongoing and I know for sure we will rise above this and get the freedom and rights that we deserve. Above all, Palestine is a holy land, with wonderful land, scenery and crops. I would love to be able see the famous olive tree plants that I have been told about so much, as well as see the holy mosques in Palestine. Love live Palestine.”

“I’m an Irish Palestinian citizen who is proud to be Palestinian. Palestine has a long history, and the people are truly heroic. The battle for freedom is still ongoing and I know for sure we will rise above this and get the freedom and rights that we deserve. Above all, Palestine is a holy land, with wonderful land, scenery and crops. I would love to be able see the famous olive tree plants that I have been told about so much, as well as see the holy mosques in Palestine. Love live Palestine.”

 “Palestine... Palestine is my country and homeland. Palestine is all my hope and aspirations, Palestine is my mother and my father, And my heart is attached to it, And my love to Palestine flows in my blood, And it is the most valuable thing that I own. Obviously, what is happening in Palestine doesn’t make anyone happy, But, the problem is no one is moving, No one is caring, And all Arabs are separated and are not supporting each other, And the Arab leaders are not caring about Palestine at all and are only caring about their leadership, but, with all that I tell dear Palestine: Don’t be upset and don’t lose hope from achieving your dream which is freedom. We are steadfast in your land Determined to achieve freedom, with all difficulties. And talking about me: I am a root planted in your land of Palestine and no one can ever destroy my root. I love you Palestine.”

“Palestine... Palestine is my country and homeland. Palestine is all my hope and aspirations, Palestine is my mother and my father, And my heart is attached to it, And my love to Palestine flows in my blood, And it is the most valuable thing that I own. Obviously, what is happening in Palestine doesn’t make anyone happy, But, the problem is no one is moving, No one is caring, And all Arabs are separated and are not supporting each other, And the Arab leaders are not caring about Palestine at all and are only caring about their leadership, but, with all that I tell dear Palestine: Don’t be upset and don’t lose hope from achieving your dream which is freedom. We are steadfast in your land Determined to achieve freedom, with all difficulties. And talking about me: I am a root planted in your land of Palestine and no one can ever destroy my root. I love you Palestine.”

 “Palestine is the land of my Parents and grandparents, whose love runs deep in my veins, a symbol of a mother’s kindness and a father’s resistance. My love for Palestine will never die as my soul, blood and breath are Palestinian and it’s the door of history and glory that spirits give their life to. Palestine is the land of purity that we must go back to one day and kiss its land if Allah wills. What’s between us doesn’t end in a year or ten or a thousand years, battles of liberation are as long as fasting... and we are staying on your hearts like an inscription in the marble. Our date is when sun sets, our next date is in Tel Aviv victory and conquest from Allah awaits. The smile will return to Palestinian kids again and the new born generation will be happy and won’t see the tears in their mother’s eyes, the day will come when we make our hopes and dreams of defeating the enemy will come true.”

“Palestine is the land of my Parents and grandparents, whose love runs deep in my veins, a symbol of a mother’s kindness and a father’s resistance. My love for Palestine will never die as my soul, blood and breath are Palestinian and it’s the door of history and glory that spirits give their life to. Palestine is the land of purity that we must go back to one day and kiss its land if Allah wills. What’s between us doesn’t end in a year or ten or a thousand years, battles of liberation are as long as fasting... and we are staying on your hearts like an inscription in the marble. Our date is when sun sets, our next date is in Tel Aviv victory and conquest from Allah awaits. The smile will return to Palestinian kids again and the new born generation will be happy and won’t see the tears in their mother’s eyes, the day will come when we make our hopes and dreams of defeating the enemy will come true.”

 “The Palestine I see is not the one portrayed in the media, but the Palestine my parents grew up in, no borders no check points. It has taught me the true meaning of Nationalism and i’m optimistic for the future, inshallah one day I return to a liberated Palestine.”

“The Palestine I see is not the one portrayed in the media, but the Palestine my parents grew up in, no borders no check points. It has taught me the true meaning of Nationalism and i’m optimistic for the future, inshallah one day I return to a liberated Palestine.”

 “Being born into a Palestinian family and being part of the Palestinian community means that i must resist the apartheid occupation and struggle to gain my rights as a Palestinian to live in my homeland in peace just like every other person has the right to live in theirs.”

“Being born into a Palestinian family and being part of the Palestinian community means that i must resist the apartheid occupation and struggle to gain my rights as a Palestinian to live in my homeland in peace just like every other person has the right to live in theirs.”

 “I am standing relentlessly against the worst kind of oppression, but my country and my people have taught me that giving up is not an option. My motherland has taught me and my children life lessons; not to surrender, not to waiver, and have belief that Palestine will rise up again from under the rubble. Those who have fought for our freedom have not gone unnoticed, and they have helped in the battle to preserve our heritage, our land, our history and our culture. It fills me with honour to be a Palestinian”

“I am standing relentlessly against the worst kind of oppression, but my country and my people have taught me that giving up is not an option. My motherland has taught me and my children life lessons; not to surrender, not to waiver, and have belief that Palestine will rise up again from under the rubble. Those who have fought for our freedom have not gone unnoticed, and they have helped in the battle to preserve our heritage, our land, our history and our culture. It fills me with honour to be a Palestinian”

 “Palestine is dearest home and country, she is where I grew up and where I spent the best days of my life, she’s like a bride that’s treasured, with its trees, plains and mountains. she is usurped but it’s only temporary occupation Allah willing. She’s my mother whom I defend with all that I have got with all my strength, myself, my money and my family. Palestine will always stay tall and mighty refusing Humiliation and colonialism and me and my people will fight till we free her.  Palestine is the land of the Israa and meraaj, she’s a symbol of our culture and civilization and we are proud of and will forever hold on to our culture and traditions. Its where I was born and its where I will die, If Allah wills it.”

“Palestine is dearest home and country, she is where I grew up and where I spent the best days of my life, she’s like a bride that’s treasured, with its trees, plains and mountains. she is usurped but it’s only temporary occupation Allah willing. She’s my mother whom I defend with all that I have got with all my strength, myself, my money and my family. Palestine will always stay tall and mighty refusing Humiliation and colonialism and me and my people will fight till we free her.  Palestine is the land of the Israa and meraaj, she’s a symbol of our culture and civilization and we are proud of and will forever hold on to our culture and traditions. Its where I was born and its where I will die, If Allah wills it.”

 “I identify myself as a Palestinian, by descent I am one. I would be considered Irish by many as I was born and raised in Ireland. I love this country, the people, the culture, the history and should I ever leave it, I know I will truly miss it. But something within me is constantly drawn towards the motherland. Although I have not yet gotten the opportunity to visit my hometown (Palestine), I have this connection ... I feel something deep in my heart, great love, enormous passion, loyalty, for the land to which I belong, but its hard to describe it exactly, and to say why.”

“I identify myself as a Palestinian, by descent I am one. I would be considered Irish by many as I was born and raised in Ireland. I love this country, the people, the culture, the history and should I ever leave it, I know I will truly miss it. But something within me is constantly drawn towards the motherland. Although I have not yet gotten the opportunity to visit my hometown (Palestine), I have this connection ... I feel something deep in my heart, great love, enormous passion, loyalty, for the land to which I belong, but its hard to describe it exactly, and to say why.”

 “Palestine! The Love, the life, the mother and the hope that we live for is to return to Palestine because it’s the land of fighting and confrontation. I choose you Palestine secretly and publicly, as my identity is my home that gave birth to heroes. Palestine is a land that belongs to its people. Some of us are dead, others are alive but most of us haven’t been born yet. We are staying here even if you defeated the armies, you won’t defeat our feelings and identities, you cut the trees but the roots are still there.”

“Palestine! The Love, the life, the mother and the hope that we live for is to return to Palestine because it’s the land of fighting and confrontation. I choose you Palestine secretly and publicly, as my identity is my home that gave birth to heroes. Palestine is a land that belongs to its people. Some of us are dead, others are alive but most of us haven’t been born yet. We are staying here even if you defeated the armies, you won’t defeat our feelings and identities, you cut the trees but the roots are still there.”

 “Palestine means so much to me.I feel so proud of my country that when the war ends I could visit Palestine. No one should be sad of what country they are from. I feel so proud to be a Palestinian.”

“Palestine means so much to me.I feel so proud of my country that when the war ends I could visit Palestine. No one should be sad of what country they are from. I feel so proud to be a Palestinian.”

 “Being a Palestinian born and raised in Ireland I have learned to appreciate the blessing I have been given in life. Being Palestinian is more than just a nationality to me, rather it is my identity and has helped to shape me into the person I am today.”

“Being a Palestinian born and raised in Ireland I have learned to appreciate the blessing I have been given in life. Being Palestinian is more than just a nationality to me, rather it is my identity and has helped to shape me into the person I am today.”

 “To me being a Palestinian is to stand strong against all obstacles, to resist oppression, to love your family, friends an neighbours and you’re homeland. Although I have never seen Palestine it lives within me and forever will.”

“To me being a Palestinian is to stand strong against all obstacles, to resist oppression, to love your family, friends an neighbours and you’re homeland. Although I have never seen Palestine it lives within me and forever will.”

 “Her eyes are Palestinian, Her name, Palestinian, Her dreams, and sorrow, Palestinian, Her words and her silence, Palestinian, Her voice, Palestinian, Her birth and her death, Palestinian, Palestine,I have carried you in my old notebooks as the fire of my verses”
 “Palestine is the land I dream of the home in my heart that was never meant to be. A real shame that a young boy never got to experience a real upbringing in the land the that he’s from , a boy who missed out on the culture, friends and his family some of which had passed away. But it’s OK it will always have a place in this young boy’s heart.”
 “Palestine is my home, even though I never lived there, I’m always surrounded by my roots. My family is very nationalistic and I’m always eating our native food. Palestine is a comfort for me, just hearing the name makes me proud to be from there. When people find out that I’m from Palestine, their faces light up, and it makes me happy that they share the joy I feel”
 “I’m an Irish Palestinian citizen who is proud to be Palestinian. Palestine has a long history, and the people are truly heroic. The battle for freedom is still ongoing and I know for sure we will rise above this and get the freedom and rights that we deserve. Above all, Palestine is a holy land, with wonderful land, scenery and crops. I would love to be able see the famous olive tree plants that I have been told about so much, as well as see the holy mosques in Palestine. Love live Palestine.”
 “Palestine... Palestine is my country and homeland. Palestine is all my hope and aspirations, Palestine is my mother and my father, And my heart is attached to it, And my love to Palestine flows in my blood, And it is the most valuable thing that I own. Obviously, what is happening in Palestine doesn’t make anyone happy, But, the problem is no one is moving, No one is caring, And all Arabs are separated and are not supporting each other, And the Arab leaders are not caring about Palestine at all and are only caring about their leadership, but, with all that I tell dear Palestine: Don’t be upset and don’t lose hope from achieving your dream which is freedom. We are steadfast in your land Determined to achieve freedom, with all difficulties. And talking about me: I am a root planted in your land of Palestine and no one can ever destroy my root. I love you Palestine.”
 “Palestine is the land of my Parents and grandparents, whose love runs deep in my veins, a symbol of a mother’s kindness and a father’s resistance. My love for Palestine will never die as my soul, blood and breath are Palestinian and it’s the door of history and glory that spirits give their life to. Palestine is the land of purity that we must go back to one day and kiss its land if Allah wills. What’s between us doesn’t end in a year or ten or a thousand years, battles of liberation are as long as fasting... and we are staying on your hearts like an inscription in the marble. Our date is when sun sets, our next date is in Tel Aviv victory and conquest from Allah awaits. The smile will return to Palestinian kids again and the new born generation will be happy and won’t see the tears in their mother’s eyes, the day will come when we make our hopes and dreams of defeating the enemy will come true.”
 “The Palestine I see is not the one portrayed in the media, but the Palestine my parents grew up in, no borders no check points. It has taught me the true meaning of Nationalism and i’m optimistic for the future, inshallah one day I return to a liberated Palestine.”
 “Being born into a Palestinian family and being part of the Palestinian community means that i must resist the apartheid occupation and struggle to gain my rights as a Palestinian to live in my homeland in peace just like every other person has the right to live in theirs.”
 “I am standing relentlessly against the worst kind of oppression, but my country and my people have taught me that giving up is not an option. My motherland has taught me and my children life lessons; not to surrender, not to waiver, and have belief that Palestine will rise up again from under the rubble. Those who have fought for our freedom have not gone unnoticed, and they have helped in the battle to preserve our heritage, our land, our history and our culture. It fills me with honour to be a Palestinian”
 “Palestine is dearest home and country, she is where I grew up and where I spent the best days of my life, she’s like a bride that’s treasured, with its trees, plains and mountains. she is usurped but it’s only temporary occupation Allah willing. She’s my mother whom I defend with all that I have got with all my strength, myself, my money and my family. Palestine will always stay tall and mighty refusing Humiliation and colonialism and me and my people will fight till we free her.  Palestine is the land of the Israa and meraaj, she’s a symbol of our culture and civilization and we are proud of and will forever hold on to our culture and traditions. Its where I was born and its where I will die, If Allah wills it.”
 “I identify myself as a Palestinian, by descent I am one. I would be considered Irish by many as I was born and raised in Ireland. I love this country, the people, the culture, the history and should I ever leave it, I know I will truly miss it. But something within me is constantly drawn towards the motherland. Although I have not yet gotten the opportunity to visit my hometown (Palestine), I have this connection ... I feel something deep in my heart, great love, enormous passion, loyalty, for the land to which I belong, but its hard to describe it exactly, and to say why.”
 “Palestine! The Love, the life, the mother and the hope that we live for is to return to Palestine because it’s the land of fighting and confrontation. I choose you Palestine secretly and publicly, as my identity is my home that gave birth to heroes. Palestine is a land that belongs to its people. Some of us are dead, others are alive but most of us haven’t been born yet. We are staying here even if you defeated the armies, you won’t defeat our feelings and identities, you cut the trees but the roots are still there.”
 “Palestine means so much to me.I feel so proud of my country that when the war ends I could visit Palestine. No one should be sad of what country they are from. I feel so proud to be a Palestinian.”
 “Being a Palestinian born and raised in Ireland I have learned to appreciate the blessing I have been given in life. Being Palestinian is more than just a nationality to me, rather it is my identity and has helped to shape me into the person I am today.”
 “To me being a Palestinian is to stand strong against all obstacles, to resist oppression, to love your family, friends an neighbours and you’re homeland. Although I have never seen Palestine it lives within me and forever will.”

“Her eyes are Palestinian, Her name, Palestinian, Her dreams, and sorrow, Palestinian, Her words and her silence, Palestinian, Her voice, Palestinian, Her birth and her death, Palestinian, Palestine,I have carried you in my old notebooks as the fire of my verses”

“Palestine is the land I dream of the home in my heart that was never meant to be. A real shame that a young boy never got to experience a real upbringing in the land the that he’s from , a boy who missed out on the culture, friends and his family some of which had passed away. But it’s OK it will always have a place in this young boy’s heart.”

“Palestine is my home, even though I never lived there, I’m always surrounded by my roots. My family is very nationalistic and I’m always eating our native food. Palestine is a comfort for me, just hearing the name makes me proud to be from there. When people find out that I’m from Palestine, their faces light up, and it makes me happy that they share the joy I feel”

“I’m an Irish Palestinian citizen who is proud to be Palestinian. Palestine has a long history, and the people are truly heroic. The battle for freedom is still ongoing and I know for sure we will rise above this and get the freedom and rights that we deserve. Above all, Palestine is a holy land, with wonderful land, scenery and crops. I would love to be able see the famous olive tree plants that I have been told about so much, as well as see the holy mosques in Palestine. Love live Palestine.”

“Palestine... Palestine is my country and homeland. Palestine is all my hope and aspirations, Palestine is my mother and my father, And my heart is attached to it, And my love to Palestine flows in my blood, And it is the most valuable thing that I own. Obviously, what is happening in Palestine doesn’t make anyone happy, But, the problem is no one is moving, No one is caring, And all Arabs are separated and are not supporting each other, And the Arab leaders are not caring about Palestine at all and are only caring about their leadership, but, with all that I tell dear Palestine: Don’t be upset and don’t lose hope from achieving your dream which is freedom. We are steadfast in your land Determined to achieve freedom, with all difficulties. And talking about me: I am a root planted in your land of Palestine and no one can ever destroy my root. I love you Palestine.”

“Palestine is the land of my Parents and grandparents, whose love runs deep in my veins, a symbol of a mother’s kindness and a father’s resistance. My love for Palestine will never die as my soul, blood and breath are Palestinian and it’s the door of history and glory that spirits give their life to. Palestine is the land of purity that we must go back to one day and kiss its land if Allah wills. What’s between us doesn’t end in a year or ten or a thousand years, battles of liberation are as long as fasting... and we are staying on your hearts like an inscription in the marble. Our date is when sun sets, our next date is in Tel Aviv victory and conquest from Allah awaits. The smile will return to Palestinian kids again and the new born generation will be happy and won’t see the tears in their mother’s eyes, the day will come when we make our hopes and dreams of defeating the enemy will come true.”

“The Palestine I see is not the one portrayed in the media, but the Palestine my parents grew up in, no borders no check points. It has taught me the true meaning of Nationalism and i’m optimistic for the future, inshallah one day I return to a liberated Palestine.”

“Being born into a Palestinian family and being part of the Palestinian community means that i must resist the apartheid occupation and struggle to gain my rights as a Palestinian to live in my homeland in peace just like every other person has the right to live in theirs.”

“I am standing relentlessly against the worst kind of oppression, but my country and my people have taught me that giving up is not an option. My motherland has taught me and my children life lessons; not to surrender, not to waiver, and have belief that Palestine will rise up again from under the rubble. Those who have fought for our freedom have not gone unnoticed, and they have helped in the battle to preserve our heritage, our land, our history and our culture. It fills me with honour to be a Palestinian”

“Palestine is dearest home and country, she is where I grew up and where I spent the best days of my life, she’s like a bride that’s treasured, with its trees, plains and mountains. she is usurped but it’s only temporary occupation Allah willing. She’s my mother whom I defend with all that I have got with all my strength, myself, my money and my family. Palestine will always stay tall and mighty refusing Humiliation and colonialism and me and my people will fight till we free her.  Palestine is the land of the Israa and meraaj, she’s a symbol of our culture and civilization and we are proud of and will forever hold on to our culture and traditions. Its where I was born and its where I will die, If Allah wills it.”

“I identify myself as a Palestinian, by descent I am one. I would be considered Irish by many as I was born and raised in Ireland. I love this country, the people, the culture, the history and should I ever leave it, I know I will truly miss it. But something within me is constantly drawn towards the motherland. Although I have not yet gotten the opportunity to visit my hometown (Palestine), I have this connection ... I feel something deep in my heart, great love, enormous passion, loyalty, for the land to which I belong, but its hard to describe it exactly, and to say why.”

“Palestine! The Love, the life, the mother and the hope that we live for is to return to Palestine because it’s the land of fighting and confrontation. I choose you Palestine secretly and publicly, as my identity is my home that gave birth to heroes. Palestine is a land that belongs to its people. Some of us are dead, others are alive but most of us haven’t been born yet. We are staying here even if you defeated the armies, you won’t defeat our feelings and identities, you cut the trees but the roots are still there.”

“Palestine means so much to me.I feel so proud of my country that when the war ends I could visit Palestine. No one should be sad of what country they are from. I feel so proud to be a Palestinian.”

“Being a Palestinian born and raised in Ireland I have learned to appreciate the blessing I have been given in life. Being Palestinian is more than just a nationality to me, rather it is my identity and has helped to shape me into the person I am today.”

“To me being a Palestinian is to stand strong against all obstacles, to resist oppression, to love your family, friends an neighbours and you’re homeland. Although I have never seen Palestine it lives within me and forever will.”

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