The slightest change in plans knocks me for a loop
The myth of the American dream sometimes seems to be stronger outside the U.S.
Sometimes I forget that being a part of the Arab minority in America doesn't give me license to resort to offensive humor
The weather forecasters must have picked 'Harvey' only because they were certain it would be a mild hurricane, professional and caring
Will my old, existential political rage come back once I return to Israel from the U.S.?
I never thought I would miss my Jerusalem university – until I heard how much I'd have to pay for my daughter to go to college in the U.S.
It all started with a pair of ill-fitting Adidas cleats
In Israel, every stranger is a threat; I take extra care to show that I'm not like all the other Arabs, in hope of avoiding violence. Things are different in the U.S.
My teenage daughter knows me too well
My friends tell me I should be glad I'm not in back in Jerusalem, but is it just because they don't want to see me?