Jerusalem

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  • You may pass.
  • Stop! Show me your papers.
  • What if they don't let us pass? Why is he holding a gun to their face? What if they arrest us?
  • No problem, here you go.
  • This is not your country. Get out! You have no right to wage war and kick people out of their homes! The whole world is blind to your cruelty and injustice! This is my home and I will not let you take it from me!
  • Why can't I do anything. I'm such a coward for staying silent.
  • I was panicking. I remember my mother was uneasy the whole entire trip. My younger siblings were too young to understand and my older brother, if he was scared or uneasy he didn't show it. I calmed down after he let us pass. My mother didn't. The driver dropped us off inside the city an left
  • Ha ha. Remember, you are in one of the three most important mosques. Ask Allah for anything and he will answer. What do you say when you first enter a mosque?
  • Whoa! It is so beautiful! Mashallah!
  • Oh Allah, open for me the doors of your mercy.
  • We walked by a couple soldiers as we walked towards the mosque and Dome of the Rock. We saw a women who dared to give a soldier a piece of her mind. He didn't understand since everything she said was in Arabic. In a way she made me want to give a soldier a piece of my mind.
  • What should I ask Allah for? Well, I am going to middle school and will start to wear a headscarf... hijab...whatever. Oh! I know!
  • Oh Allah, I ask forgiveness for all my sins. I ask of you a place in heaven and protection from the punishment of hell. Please make it easy for me when I wear my hijab, I am doing this to be a good Muslim so help me. I am scared that my friends would turn their backs on me and not accept me. Please don't let that happen. I want nothing to stop me from being a strong Muslim. I want no amount of hate to scare me. I want nothing to hurt my faith. I want my faith to be stronger.
  • I didn't dare to say anything. I just walked passed them.
  • We entered into the area of the mosque.
  • I went to the womens section with my mom and my younger sister.
  • My prayers were answered. I have been a hijabi(that is actually the term us Muslims use)for almost 4 years now and I have not heard a single racist or insulting comment said to my face. None of my friends turned their backs on me. I am more confident than I was and stronger than I was. Nothing hurt my faith.
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