"عشرات الذكريات. والصور. والمَشاهد. والصيحات الصامِتة. والصرخات الداخليّة. والأحاسيس المُتضارِبة. وعلامات الاستفهام التي حاولت من خلالها السيّدات الـ12 محو غُبار الأيام. لماذا كل هذا الظُلم؟"

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“.لدى نساء فلسطين ونسوياتها ما يقلنه. وهو ليس مائعاً كخطاب «حقوق الإنسان» بنسخته الليبرالية. لديهن تاريخ كامل ورغبة حقيقية بالمقاومة لألف عام أخرى"

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"Dans l'exil, l'artisane incorpore des soupirs de douleur à son ouvrage, avec la conscience de ressusciter, à coups d'aiguille, une image de sa patrie. Une relique transportée de Palestine et pétrie d'une Palestine nouvelle, réimaginée au gré de mémoires « transmises ». La broderie est de ces choses qu'un persécuté emmène avec lui et remodèle. Comme le souvenir. Avec la même obsession de le ressusciter."

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"But perhaps most refreshing is that the women, even as they talk about men and family, are the heroines of these stories, committing ordinary acts of resistance and finding courage in dire situations.
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It takes female writers and filmmakers to disrupt the drawn-out narrative of women being and existing in relation to men. We may be daughters, sisters, wives and/or mothers, but the intricacy of life doesn’t cease to exist because of broader political and social issues.
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When these women thread their narratives like a tapestry, the result is personal stories that merge into a collective one, all of which many people can relate to, and feel for."

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“the story was one of resistance, of heritage, and of sisterhood, beyond social class and status, binding Palestinians in the homeland and in the Diaspora. Stitching Palestine introduces twelve women who are connected to Palestine in one way or another. The women represent different generations: Those who witnessed the Nakba in 1948, to those who lived their whole lives within the occupation, and those who only heard tales of a home in Palestine. Embroidery acts as a link to the Palestinian identity.”

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