Why I left Israel, and why I’m coming back

Why I left Israel, and why I’m coming back

September 14, 2021 Comments Off on Why I left Israel, and why I’m coming back By admin

I left the United States in 2006 because I could not believe that, in the eyes of the Israeli state, I had been a traitor and a terrorist.

I left with no money and no home, with my three children.

When I returned, the Israeli government had arrested my mother, who was living in the United Kingdom, and sent her to a maximum security prison.

The government did not allow her to speak to her family and to send money to them, so they were afraid she would not survive.

When she finally escaped, she went back to her home in Jerusalem and found out that her mother was dead.

Her son, who is a soldier, was sentenced to prison.

Israel is a very oppressive country, but I decided to leave Israel to start my own life in Britain.

I started to travel the world, going to different places and going to the United Nations.

I was able to study in England and France, where I met some amazing people.

But it was very difficult to get a job.

When my son came back from the United Arab Emirates in 2007, I found him a job in the city of Doha, where he worked for a time.

We moved to the UAE after a year and a half and were living in Dubai.

It was a wonderful country and very beautiful, but the life here is so difficult.

There is no electricity, no phone, no running water.

I would go to the airport and people would ask me what I was doing.

I had a hard time getting a job, because there are not many opportunities.

I have a child, who I miss, who had to go to school.

The life is very difficult.

After a while, I realised I did not have any hope.

At that time, the American embassy in Tel Aviv sent me a letter, which said, “We understand that you have left the State of Israel, but we understand that it is difficult to find a job and a place of your own.

We are unable to provide you with a permanent residence permit.”

I felt sad because I had worked for so long to build a better life for my children and grandchildren.

I thought that I would not be able to continue my life in Israel, where the system was so unfair.

Then I thought, What am I going to do?

It was very sad for me, because I worked very hard for so many years to be able this, and I have been able to be successful.

I am a British citizen.

In the United states, you do not have a right to leave.

Israel, however, has the right to expel you if you leave.

So I left.

I did my best to stay and see what was happening.

Then, when I came back to Israel, I decided that I wanted to continue living in Israel and to make a difference in the world.

I felt very lonely in the US, but there was no other option.

I moved to Israel with my children in January 2008, and since then I have always had a special place in my heart.

My family is from Palestine, which was occupied in 1967.

They came here to work and live.

When we went to the beach, we would go in the sand, and there was always someone to sit and play with.

I still love the beach and the Palestinian people and their culture, so I have many fond memories.

I went to visit my friends in Jerusalem, but my husband, who lives in London, also wanted to visit Israel.

When he came back, we had a big fight.

I told him that I had no choice, that I could no longer stay in the UK.

He had been working as a photographer and was now trying to find an alternative to the US.

He came back with my daughter, who has been with me since she was a baby, and we were together for three years.

We now have two children.

But when my daughter started school in April, my husband left to go live in Israel.

He was afraid that he would not find a place to live, because Israel is one of the few countries where you can go to college in the middle of the night.

He tried to get an apartment, but when he tried to find it, he was turned down.

He has to pay thousands of dollars for a place.

My husband and I did our best to get our children to Israel so that we could go back to Palestine and try to settle there.

The Palestinian Authority has been in control of the West Bank for 50 years, but they have not been able in recent years to make any progress.

They have not managed to achieve a Palestinian state and they have been unable to establish any economic and social progress.

So, when the US government made a decision to grant me asylum, I was so grateful and thankful for it.

After all the efforts that I put in to the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, it was not an easy decision to make, but it was the right one.

I want to continue to support the cause