Tag Archive for Palestinian

“15 Dabke-Worthy Books By Palestinian Authors,” Published at Buzzfeed Books

can we buy clomid over the counter I’m excited to share that my article, “15 Dabke-Worthy Books By Palestinian Authors,” was published at Buzzfeed Books on September 1, 2021! Excerpt:  Grab your coffee and knafeh and snuggle into these Palestinian books! I grew up in a household filled with Palestinian culture through literature, folkloric songs and dance, poetry, art, food, and clothing, but it was the stories of… Read more →

The Anxieties of Writing as a Muslim-Palestinian-American

“I am a mismatched mess of blue.”  I haven’t written a new blog post in quite some time. When I wrote this reflection on my writing, inspired by my Eid-Al-Fitr outfit in May 2020, I quickly realized it’s too long for an Instagram post or Twitter thread. You can see this outfit on my Instagram @/haneenoriqat. I have been struggling… Read more →

“Unapologetically Muslim-American and Proud,” Published at Angels Flight ∙ literary west

My personal essay  “Unapologetically Muslim-American and Proud,” has been published by Angels Flight ∙ literary west on Friday, January 13, 2017!  I am very honored that they also chose a photo I took while living in NYC to be used as their main image. I will also be reading this essay at their event, “Wall of Resistance: A Post-Inauguration Rising Up… Read more →

The Unexpected Has Been Kicking My Ass… but Failing to Keep Me Down

“Wow! The craziest things always happen to you, don’t they?” She shakes her head, as if I purposely run after the crazy moments that fill my life. “Yeah, SubhanAllah. I’m just always surrounded by…” I try to think of the right word to describe what I have thought were normal occurrences. “Adventure. No wonder you’re a writer. You always have… Read more →