Margaret was born of Arab Christian parents in Haifa, Israel. Her land has seen many conflicts throughout the ages between Jews and Arab Palestinians, with a succession of violent wars and many deaths.
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LT COL. FAIZ SIDDIQUI SHAPING INDIA'S HORSE POWER
Can you think of a game where the winner wins or the loser loses by just half a goal? Can you think of a game which left-handers cannot play? Well, if you are surprised at the questions you need to know a little about the game of polo for all this can happen only in a game of polo.
GRAB Every Opportunity
I have heard many people complaining that there is no opportunity for them as someone is already doing what they always wanted to do. But they don’t realize that they must grab the opportunity. When I started my training programme, there were many established trainers in the field already. But I knew that my story is different from theirs. Even if the stories were similar, I can say it differently.
Jason Ignatius Pop Star on The Rise!
Aspiring singer, Jason Ignatius, in a free-wheeling chat with ELSA LYCIAS JOEL, talks about his working experience, his favourite day, and more.
YAKSHAGANA The Traditional Theatre Form of Karnataka
Yakshagana is the traditional theatre art form of Karnataka, particularly prevalent and developed in south and north Karnataka, Udupi, Shimoga and western parts of Chikmagalur district in Karnataka. A group of performing artists is known as a Mela or a Mandali.
True Vision of Voluntarism
Aristotle, one of the greatest ancient Philosophers, wrote that finding happiness and fulfillment is achieved “by loving rather than in being loved”. Having pots of money doesn’t necessarily make you happy. But giving away money — even if you’re not rich — is likely to make you feel wealthier and happier, as well.
Old Age... a Headlight of Love!
The vet shakes his head as he looks at my old Jeff. “He’s on his last legs!” he says, and it is painful for me to hear that.
Cycle of Gratitude
In life, we often have to seek help from one another to meet a variety of our needs. With seeking help, comes also gratitude to the person who helped us. The giver isn’t aware whether the help given enabled the recipient to complete the task successfully or not. This is where the concept of Cycle of Gratitude comes in.
Child Labourer becomes Child Liberator!
Instead of going to school, then 10-year-old Neeraj Murmu went to labour in the mines to earn money for his poor tribal family in Duliakram village, Giridih district of Jharkhand.
AT THE CROSSROADS OF LIFE
It happens that sometimes life throws a challenge to us. We follow our set time table, have our usual set daily routine to include time for work, studies, fun, play and prayer. Everything seems hunky dory. And then out of the blue a life-changing incident occurs — an accident, the sudden demise of someone close to us, an unexpected failure. Our usual road is blocked. There are other roads to follow and it depends on us which road we choose.
7 Hacks to Make Your Dreams Come True
Dreams are screenplays that our brain creates while we sleep. Some are frightening, while many could be romantic, funny, playful, moralistic, or occasionally even outlandish. You dream because your mind likes to conjure up images and dialogues about your day as well as things that might happen tomorrow; but more than these simple events and occurrences, your dreams could represent unfulfilled desires and wishes that you’re out of sync with when you’re awake. Our dreams are always trying to tell us something.
First-generation students set to make their mark at AUS
For AUS sophomore Fazel Banouei, being the first in his family to attend university is a source of pride, but there have been challenges
SUNNY, WITH A CHANCE OF GOALS!
There have been goals galore for us in recent weeks, but for HEUNG-MIN SON, it has been far more than just our attacking exploits which makes him confident and optimistic ahead of the rest of the campaign.
WHO warning over sugar in baby food is A wake-up call for manufacturers
A recently published study by the World Health Organization (WHO) has reported alarming levels of hidden sugars in commercially prepared baby food.
The way forward to creating exciting and innovative cocktail drinks
Today, all mixologists are making drinks that are instagramable, most of them taste brilliant, and there is always a heart-warming story behind the drinks being told from behind the counter. So, how does one stand out?
HAIFA TO BERLIN
Palestinian singer-songwriter Rasha Nahas is set to release her debut album early next year. She talks to Emirates Woman about music, performance and theatricality