A mosque left to die
A mosque wall collapsed in the deserted Palestinian village Ma’alul two winters ago, and when the descendants of the village’s former inhabitants rushed to repair the damage, they were prevented from continuing with their work.
This past week the rains returned and flowed into the spring of the deserted Palestinian village of Ma’alul. The welcome winter rain fell on everyone, without respect to religion, nationality or race. It revealed a touching natural phenomenon − one of deep waters overflowing, despite the Mekorot water company’s intimidating pumps, in a place where water has spilled since time immemorial. How did the Iraqi poet...
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