What will she say? I traveled to Israel, I ended up with a Palestinian family? Do you know what that will do to her self-confidence?
'Do you smoke?' was the first question my father-in-law-to-be asked.
I'm afraid of fire. Fire and water, my grandmother used to say, are the worst ways to die. I tried to reassure myself, thinking that it's a Jewish holiday after all.
True, we Arabs are not the country’s champions in poverty, overcrowding, crime, road accidents and drowning in the sea; but when it comes to women - and sorry about the generalization - I think Arab women are the most beautiful in the world.
'I can’t feel my legs,' said my wife. 'Don’t move,' I yelled to her and my daughter until the gunfire stopped.
My daughter smiled at me when she saw I was about to choke, writes Sayed Kashua.
What is the proper Arab reaction to the strange prohibitions against eating bread on Passover and driving on Yom Kippur?
Reflections at the end of a stressful North American book tour.
Why the Bir Zeit University synchronized swimming team is my key to a brighter future.
I was taught that there is no other place for me than Tira, but I want to teach my children differently.