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Tears for Tarshiha: Olfat Mahmoud with Aarti Betigeri

 

A Palestinian refugee’s inspiring tale of her lifelong fight to return home. Olfat Mahmoud is a Palestinian refugee – a descendant of the Christian and Muslim people who fled Palestine in the period leading up to and after the founding of the state of Israel in 1948. In Tears for Tarshiha, Dr Mahmoud writes of the dreams of her parents and grandparents to return to their homeland, at the same writing of the atrocities of the Middle East. In Conversation with journalist, Aarti Betigeri.

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National Library of Australia: Ferguson Room
Ferguson Room, NLA, Parkes Place W, Parkes, ACT 2600

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