My father was a mining engineer. He lost his father at an early age and assumed the role of a father to his younger siblings and the bread winner to his family. He climbed his way up to the highest level a Jew had ever achieved as an engineer in Iran. He was trusted by the...
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Standing in the Muqata, Yasser Arafat's compound in Ramallah, on his funeral day made me believe that we Palestinians must overcome a hurdle if we are to move forward.
Our youth face uncertainty, our people feel lost and beaten and our elders are sad to think that their children...
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In "Finding Ben: A Mother's Journey Through the Maze of Asperger's," (McGraw-Hill/Contemporary Books, 2003) author Barbara LaSalle writes about her family's struggle to help her young son overcome a baffling neurological disorder and have a "regular" existence. Misdiagnosed...