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Children of Al Aqaba Village in West Bank

The following are all from children in Al Aqaba Village in the West Bank, Area C


Basim Subaih 

The most beautiful day of my life when I went to the sea of Jaffa and the zoo in Tel Aviv.

I wish to be founded a school contains several facilities such as library, lab and playing field.



Azmy Ziad Faiad

The first day in kindergarten is the most beautiful day of my life because I formed a lot of friends.

I wish to have a big house that contains the appropriate conditions of life.




Gozlan Mamoun Dabak

The most beautiful day of my life when I participated in the peace camp because I got knowledge about my heritage .

I wish to establish public park in Al Aqaba village to enjoy when I play with my friend and remove the training camps of Israeli soldier.



Haitham Saleh Abdallah

The most beautiful day of my life when I got good marks in my final exams.

I wish to return to Al Aqaba village and live in it with my family.

Omar Mahmoud Sadeq

The most beautiful day of my life when I joined in Al Aqaba soccer team.

I wish to travel around the world to gained experience and new skills in soccer game.



NOTE: These letters were gathered by the Rebuilding Alliance which noted that this village is currently being overrun by 300-400 Israeli soldiers, despite a High Court order for them to leave.

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Children of Al Aqaba Village
Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, December 31 2010 @ 11:11 pm
Your hopes and dreams are being heard by many Americans thru the untiring efforts of The Rebuilding Alliance. You are not alone, many want to help you and your village.
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