The voice of a Palestinian activist
My name is Fatima from the south of Hebron, and I am a feminist activist. I am 42 years old and I have two children. I work as a social worker with women, children and the elderly in many issues, including mental health, the player and other social things. Dangers and challenges while going back and forth to school, such as attaching the settlers or the army to us. We used to live in caves and tents. It was a primitive, simple and beautiful life, but the occupation was disturbing our life and the resources of our lands and expelling us from cultivating the land and destroying our homes. Our lives were Palestinian, and we lived less than a primitive life, compared to the settler women who came and inhabited our lands, and she enjoys a life of social welfare. Because of the many sufferings that my community faces, I decided to specialize in sociology and serve my community, as it needs me. And from the beginning of my twenties, I also started volunteering. As a feminist activist in the service of societies.