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حينما كان للشوارع أسماء

  • Title: حينما كان للشوارع أسماء
  • Author: Randa Abdel-Fattah رندة عبد الفتاح
  • ISBN: 9789992142
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Randa Abdel-Fattah رندة عبد الفتاح

      Randa Abdel Fattah was born in Sydney in 1979 She is a Muslim of Palestinian and Egyptian heritage She grew up in Melbourne and attended a Catholic primary school and Islamic secondary college where she obtained an International Baccaularetate She studied Arts Law at Melbourne University during which time she was the Media Liaison Officer at the Islamic council of Victoria, a role which afforded her the opportunity to write for newspapers and engage with media institutions about their representation of Muslims and Islam.During university and her role at the ICV, Randa was a passionate human rights advocate and stood in the 1996 federal election as a member of the Unity Party Say No To Hanson Randa has also been deeply interested in inter faith dialogue and has been a member of various inter faith networks She also volunteered with different human rights and migrant resource organisations including the Australian Arabic council, the Victorian migrant resource centre, Islamic women s welfare council, Palestine human rights campaign, Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, to name a few.Randa has used her writing as a medium for expressing her views about the occupation of Palestine Her articles about Palestine, Australian Muslims and the misunderstood status of women in Islam have been published in the Australian, the Age, the Sydney Morning Herald, the Canberra Times, New Matilda, Le Monde France.Randa is frequently sought for comment by the media on issues pertaining to Palestine, Islam or Australian Muslims She has appeared on SBS s Insight, ABC s First Tuesday Book Club, ABC s Q A, Channel 7 s Sunrise and Channel 10 s 9am.Randa is also a regular guest at schools around Australia addressing students about her books and the social justice issues they raise Randa has also been a guest at Sweden s Gothenburg and Litterlund book festivals 2007 and 2008 and Kuala Lumpur s Book festival 2008 She has also toured in Brunei and the UK.Randa lives in Sydney with her husband and their two children She works as a litigation lawyer.

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    1. نسيم بلادنا للجسم منعش بدون الوطن إقنع يوم ما اتعيشبيبكى الطير إذا بنطرد من عش فكيف الوطن اللى لو أصحاب ؟يمكن العمل بلغته الأصليه ينتمى إلى كتب الأطفال لكن عندما قرأته باللغه العربيه لم أجده كذلك على الأطلاق. فقد وجدته كعادة الأدب (اللى بيحكى عن فلسطين )مؤلم جدا .البيتين الل [...]


    2. The Middle East is such a rare setting to see in books for teenagers, and I found this to be such an interesting, intelligent and thought-provoking book that also managed to be funny, despite such heavy content. Hayaat was a likeable protagonist, and I really felt as I was reading her need to save her grandmother.I really enjoyed one of Randa Abdel-Fattah's earlier novels Does My Head Look Big In This?, which I think is a really wonderful book, but it is dramatically different from Where the str [...]


    3. من أروع الروايات التي قرأتهاو هذا أكثر موقف أحببته:أقول لراغب بعد أن هدأ الجميع وسادت السكينة في السيارة: " هذا الجندي لطيف أليس كذلك"يقول لي راغب في صوت خفيض: " يذكرني هذا الموقف بقصة قرأتها في طفولتي هل تريدين أن أحكيها يا حياة؟ " عندما رآني اومئ استمر في حكايته: " كان يا ما كان [...]


    4. I might be a bit biased towards this one, because the story is set in Palestine, and I believe many of us, Muslim or not, have a soft spot for Palestine. Being a children’s book though, this was written in the eyes of 13-year-old Hayaat, and is dotted with humour and childish naivety. I also already love the Arab culture and Arabic language so I now know a few more words like dabka, the folk dance, and ya zalami, which means “oh man”, etc.But on a serious note, I believe the author’s int [...]


    5. فاينالي:)) از جمله هاي زيبا و كليشه ايش، كه من همچنان معتقدم خيلي نشون دهنده ي اينن كه نويسنده خودش زندگي نكرده توي اين شرايط و نهايت خيلي در موردش شنيده فقط، كه بگذريم، از پايان بي نهايت هپي اندينگ به شيوه ي فيلم ايراني ش هم كه بگذريم، كليشه ي مادربزرگِ پير گوگوليِ نصيحت كن و دع [...]


    6. اسلوب الرواية يعطيك شعور وكأنك تعيش احداثها :)"حياة" مراهقة تعيش في بيت لحم تذهب في مغامرة مع "سامي" للقدس عشان تحقق حلم جدتها "زينب" ^^شعور كتير صعب أن تحس بالغربة في وطنك!!


    7. Trigger warnings: war and everything that goes along with it, death of a friend, PTSD. For a book intended for young adults, this isINCREDIBLY political. It's the story of a thirteen year old Palestinian girl growing up in the West Bank. So, like, it was always going to be an incredibly political story. But at the same time, I don't think it had really occurred to me just HOW political this was going to be. It definitely doesn't paint Israel in a good light, and it's definitely pushing a Palesti [...]


    8. كتب زي دي هي اللي بتخليك عاوز تصرخ جامد أوي كأن فيه جرح كبير شبه ملتئم جواك وحد يحطلك فيه شوية ملح الكتاب ده مفروض انه خفيف و كوميدي زي ما مكتوب عليه بس ده بالنسبة لواحد مش عربي ممكن عشان مش هيخليه يحس بالعجز الفظيع ده أو إحساس الذل والهوان   ازاي أبسط حق للإنسان يروح منه بالشكل [...]


    9. رواية تحكي رحلة حياة و صديقها سامي المحفوفة بالمخاطر لإعتقادها بأن حفنة تراب من بلدة جدتها ستشفيها من المرضمقطع أعجبني من الروايةأقول لراغب بعد أن هدأ الجميع وسادت السكينة في السيارة: " هذا الجندي لطيف أليس كذلك"يقول لي راغب في صوت خفيض: " يذكرني هذا الموقف بقصة قرأتها في طفول [...]


    10. اسم فلسطین برای هیچکس ناآشنا نیست. ولی شاید برای خیلی از ما سوال باشد که مردم آن چگونه زندگی می کند. برای خود من همیشه سوال بود که اسرائیلی ها و عرب ها چه طور با هم زندگی می کنند. یا این که هیچکدام از سربازان اسراییلی در کارشان شک نکرده اند یا وقتی بچه ها را به گلوله می بندند هیچ ح [...]


    11. يا للْماضي حتى أن الشوارع لم تسلم منه!!الم تُتقن فن النسيان بعد!! لم تُتقن كره أرضها بعد!!اوإن أتى من يزودها بمردودٍ من الأحلام، فلكم أن تتخيلو ماذا سيحدث!؛ا حياة" فتاة تمتلك حسا ثائراً شجاعاً في داخلها، ويبدو أنه على بساطة الرواية جعلتني أرى جميع شخصياتها كذالكالرواية كانت عب [...]


    12. داستان کتاب در مورد یک دختر فلسطینیه که در کرانه ی باختری ساکنه و بعد از مریض احوال شدن مادربزرگش تصمیم می گیره به قدس غربی بره و مقداری از خاک روستایی رو که مادربزرگش قبل از اشغال در اون ساکن بوده، براش بیاره. کتاب برای نوجوانان نوشته شده و مخاطب بزرگسال احتمالا لذت چندانی از [...]


    13. When I was a child I had a very vague sense of global conflicts in other countries. Because of my Bloom County comics I knew a bit about apartheid in South Africa. Later as a teen I heard The Cranberries sing “Zombie” and eventually learned a bit about the troubles in Northern Ireland. The Israeli/Palestinian conflict, however, had a lousy pop culture PR department. Nowhere in the whole of my childhood did I encounter anything that even remotely explained the problems there. Heck it wasn’t [...]


    14. What a great idea for a book. This is about a Palestinian family living in the West Bank. They have lost their land in Jerusalem, and to add insult to injury, they are forbidden to even go there since they are now "green cards". When 13-year-old Hayatt's grandmother is rushed to the hospital, she decides to do something really special for her so she can regain her strength: she will find a way to sneak into Jerusalem and retrieve some soil from her ancestral home. Jerusalem is only 6 miles away, [...]


    15. كان ينبغي تحذيري بأنها رواية للمراهقين :) كانت لطيفة على أي حال.


    16. 3.5 stars rounded up to 4 An effortlessly captivating style of writing, with the innocence of a 13-year-old protagonist is what I like about this book: makes its dark and heavy setting less intense. Being exposed to our media, which shows only bombings, destruction and conspiracy when it comes to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, makes it very hard to imagine that in the West Banks, life goes on. Tourists walk around, kids go to school, people throw weddings, dance Dabka, buy groceries and, well [...]


    17. إن كنت فلسطينياً ستعلم ما معنى أن تعيش بغربة وأنتَ في وطنكمعنى أن يمنعك من سرق منك وطنك من الوصول إلى قريتكوأرضك أن تُحرم من تقبيل تراب وطنك أو حتى الحصول عليهأن يُهدم بيتك أمامك ولا تملك القوة لتمنع حدوث ذلكأن يفصل بين كل بلد بضع الكيلومترات فقطولكن لا يمكنك الوصول إلا بعد ا [...]


    18. Abdel-Fattah leaves her familiar subject of ethnic Australia, and explores the characters of youths living in a troubled society in the Middle East. However, this story, whilst tragic, is also very funny and uplifting, and celebrates the strength and hope that we can still gain through family, even in the harshest circumstances.


    19. 'There is no war in music.' A beautifully told & nuanced story about family roots, hope, loss and life in the middle of a conflict. Full review on the blog: paperwanderer.wordpress/2



    20. List time! Here’s what I loved about this book:- Hayaat’s voice was really powerfully wrought and pulled me into the narrative. She felt completely real, as a thirteen-year-old living in an environment of oppression and conflict. Her backstory is progressively hinted at from the beginning, and had a strong emotional impact on me when it was revealed.- Samy, Hayaat’s best friend, was endearing and hilarious. I loved the banter between him and Hayaat, which added a lightness, in an appropria [...]


    21. رواية تجمع بين المتناقضات ،، كيف لا و هي تحكي قصة أبطالها على أرض فلسطين الحبيبة التي ترتدي ثوب التناقض كي تستطيع العيش و تعلن للعالم أننا باقون رغم كل شئ ، تشويق وكوميديا طريفة يقابله حنين إلى الوطن وصور من الواقع المرير الذي يعانيه أبناء الوطن" حياة) بطلة القصة ،، رغم صغر عم [...]


    22. رواية إنبهرت بإسمها ولكنها ف النهاية مملةالأسلوب معقول يخليك ماشى ورا الكاتب لا عاوز تكمل الرواية ولا هاين عليك تقفلهابس تفاصيل التفاصيل تخليك تحس ان الموضوع رخم255 صفحة ممكن جدا يبقو 150 بسهولةمفهمتش ليه الرواية مخلصتش بعد م رجعت بيتهم وستها فرحت بالتراب؟؟؟وليه الكاتب يخلبن [...]


    23. This tale, told pretty much through the eyes and experiences of a 13 year old Palestinian child named Hayaat, is tender, tragic and humorous all at the same time. It seeks to illuminate the issue of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict in a gentle and largely non-confrontational way. It is told in simple truths, although the truth is often only on one side of the issue. Still, I would recommend it as a teaching tool in the middle grades so that this side of the issue, rarely covered, is explored mor [...]


    24. One of the hardest things to do in fiction is tackle a complex issue and still deliver an engaging story.Randa Abdel-Fattah, a Muslim of Palestinian and Egyptian heritage who grew up in Melbourne, has a strong literary track record of tackling the challenging topic of being a teenage girl of Middle Eastern descent in urban Australia.Her breakthrough first novel, Does my head look big in this?, was a witty and enjoyable story about an Australian-Palestinian Muslim who decides to wear the hijab, a [...]


    25. توقعت بما أنها حازت جوائز فهي بالطبع لم تنصف القضية الفلسطينية ،وصُدمت أثناء قراءتهالم أتوقعها أن تكون بالسطحية والسذاجة والتفاهة هكذا في الكتابة ، الرواية أظهرت أن اليهود شعب مُحب وطيب جيدا وان ما يحدث فقط هي انتهاكات لعناصر من الجيش وليست القضية إرهاب دولة المحتل .إذن الف [...]


    26. This book gave me the chills many times as I read it. The middle of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict isn’t the obvious choice for a young adult setting, but through the eyes of her thirteen-year-old protagonist Hayaat, Abdel-Fattah brings a segment of Palestinian culture - the Muslims and Christians of Bethlehem - to life in a tragic, humorous and altogether engaging story. The mission referred to in the synopsis is a major part of the book but more important is the depiction of Hayaat’s fam [...]


    27. Hayaat is not your average thirteen year old; she will break laws and risk her life, and all for her ill grandmother.Hayaat has grown up in Bethlehem but it is not where she was born. She is a Muslin and also a Palestinian, but most importantly she is a girl, a child living under occupation in the West Bank. Her life is a mixture of good days; going to school or skipping it to spend time with her friend Samy, and bad days; being locked in her home during curfew with her family for days on end.Th [...]


    28. Hayyat is a Palestinian girl who lives in Bethlehem with her family, including her aging and ailing grandmother. When the grandmother gets sick, she and her best friend, a Christian boy, make a dangerous journey to Jerusalem to find a handful of soil that Hayyat believes will help save her grandmother’s life.I really liked this book. Hayyat and all of her friends and family are entirely believable and human, with lots of feeling and individuality. The setting might require a map to really unde [...]


    29. Never read a political story in a hilarious humerous way - yeah and in Arabic too. I read the Arabic edition which is why I found it interesting, because there are rarely any Arabic books with that sense of humour. I enjoyed Randa Abdel-Fattah's book and I am interested in reading the rest of her books either in Arabic or English whichever comes to my hand first. The story evolves around a scarred Palestinian girl and how she copes with her friend and family the situation they are living in. It [...]


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