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But she remembers well what it was like to have her land confiscated, to be rounded up and forced to flee, to have her home taken without any compensation, and she can’t forgive that even if the story is true. I understand that too. She doesn’t equate the two pasts, the experiences of Palestinian and Jew. Why should she? Neither do I. Their histories are different. But she knows she is the victim of victims. She speaks of the inescapable conflict between Arabs and Jews and the humiliations to which Palestinians are subjugated.

He continued to be politically active during the early 1950s while he was a student at Cairo University, where he obtained an engineering degree—interrupting his studies to take training courses in weaponry, specializing in explosives. By the time he was thirty, he was living in Kuwait and had set up his own contracting business. It was here that the idea of an armed organization with the intention of liberating Palestinian land was first discussed with Khalil al-Wazir, Salah Khalaf, and other prosperous young exiles.

The girls sit quietly on wooden benches, three students crowded to a desk. I study how the light falls in the room as a whole and on specific children, from which windows. I move my tripod a few feet to the left, swivel a camera into place, and look at the creative possibilities through the perspective of a lens. The moment the lesson begins, every child tilts forward, throwing my computations out. When the teacher asks a question, I lose sight of their faces behind the jumble of frantically waving hands.

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