In Defence of Ignorance

As I sat by Tel Aviv’s beach this week, I watched in horror as scores military aircraft passed over-head. It lasted only about twenty minutes, but felt like an eternity as I stared on blankly, paralysed by its surreality. It wasn’t my first time in a war like scenario; I had been in Ramallah during…

Why the Minority Actually Rules

Sometimes, glimmers of hope descend onto reality to remind us of our power and inherent ability to create a life of our very own choosing. We are reminded of our infinite potential and ability to change things, even on a global level. Yet sadly our institutions and socio-economic structures uphold a different reality; an utter…