What it means to be named Sarah in Hebron — where the streets are segregated and occupation manifests itself in the ugliest of ways. By Sarah Stern There is a common reaction that Palestinians have when they are introduced to me by name. “Sarah! What a nice name.” It sounds light and friendly, but this is no ordinary compliment. It carries the weight of thousands of years of collective storytelling that translates across three monotheistic religions. Sarah is the first matriarch. If my name were Rachel, Rebecca or Leah, it would be different. [tmwinpost] Garnering this reaction so frequently gives…Read More...
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