Gaza, the real mass destruction weapon is education
Tala S. is a high school girl as many others: she studies hard, hangs out with her friends, builds her future day by day. But her name, of evident Arab origins, predicts us an identity burden not as common as one can expect. Even though she goes to school as any other kid of the same age, it is in fact the place where she attends her classes that makes her a high school girl out of the ordinary.
Tala attends the American International School in Gaza, in the West Bank. As the majority of her classmates and friends, she sees the recent Gaza war with different eyes than the rest of the public opinion, either that of the politicians or of the adults of Gaza. And she wants to be the ambassador of these “different” ideas, that at the end of the day are just the mirror of the new Palestinian generation.