The first two volumes of the Jerusalem Post book series The QCad e Book, which focuses on the lives of Israeli and Qatar-American artists, will be published on September 29.
In the first book, entitled Israel and the Middle East: A Documentary, the authors tell the story of a young artist and a young Palestinian, whose journeys through the region are marked by struggle, struggle for freedom and hope, while confronting an unprecedented wave of violence that is sweeping the region.
In his latest book, Palestine: The Story of a People, Palestinian artist Ahmed Ghaitha narrates the story from the perspective of the people of Palestine, and the struggles for freedom in their homeland, while presenting them as a historical and a spiritual moment.
He describes how his work is a direct response to the situation in the West Bank and Gaza, and his hope is that this book will give an important perspective to the current state of affairs in Palestine.
The second volume, titled Palestine: A Journey Through the World, takes place in the same country as the first one, and delves into the complex relationship between Israelis and Palestinians.
The authors write: We hope to share our lives and perspectives with as many people as possible, as well as show how the two communities are connected and work together.
Our journey begins with a visit to Gaza and then travels to Israel, where we are joined by a Palestinian artist and an Israeli activist.
The book takes us into the mind of the artist, as we visit his house, where he works on a daily basis, with a large canvas on the wall.
He also visits the family home, where his family lives, to make a painting of his mother.
The author also tells us about the ongoing struggle in Gaza, which is now witnessing its most intense phase of violence in years, and also about the current Palestinian leadership.
The author talks about how this is the first time a Palestinian leader has been invited to speak in Israel.
The two leaders, he writes, have an unprecedented opportunity to create a lasting peace in the Middle Sea region.
A message of solidarityThe second book, on the Palestinian cause, is also about Palestinians.
The first book featured the Palestinian artist Abdullah Abu Rahim.
He is a self-proclaimed artist, and writes: I am a young man who wants to create, to create the future.
The second book tells the story about the artist Abu Rahimi, who is a poet, writer, filmmaker, musician and artist.
He lives in the town of Kafr Qasr in the southern Gaza Strip.
Abu Rahimi writes: There is a long history of Palestinian artists, but we are now on the cusp of a moment of historic moment.
I am proud of the work I have done in my lifetime.
The two artists, together with the Palestinian writer Nader Abu Shams, were invited to participate in a panel discussion on the importance of art in Palestinian life.
Abu Rahims contribution, the first volume of the QCabad eBook series, takes us deeper into his story, and into his life.
The Palestinian artist says that art is an essential part of the Palestinian struggle, and is something that can bring hope to the Palestinian people, even as it can bring suffering.
The authors, along with the artist and the Israeli activist, also spoke about their experiences in Gaza.
The book includes a number of testimonies from the Gaza Strip, and a personal account of an Israeli soldier who has lost his life in the conflict.
In a way, the book series is about the Palestinian artists’ experience and about the Palestinians’ struggle for dignity and autonomy.
But the most important part of this book series, in my opinion, is that it takes us deep into the minds of the artists, and their struggle for autonomy and dignity.
A message of hopeThe final book, titled Palestinian Stories, focuses on stories from the Palestinian diaspora.
The Israeli and the Palestinian authors were invited by Palestinian artist, Mamdouh Abu-Sakha, to write a book, which will be a compilation of stories about Palestinians in Israel and Palestine, as told by the diasporas.
The collection is titled The diasPORas Story of Palestinian Stories.
The Palestinian authors, including Mamdous, say that this series will be an essential starting point for the diASporas stories, and it is also a message of optimism.
They write: In the midst of this very difficult situation, there are stories about Palestinian refugees and their families and their communities, and about how these stories help to tell the stories of Palestinians in the diAsporas who are not in Israel, who are struggling in the midst, and who want to continue their struggle, to keep their families in Gaza and in their lands.
The diASpora has a voice in the world, and there are many stories from diASpera that we will tell.
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