Author Archives: Moe Diab

About Moe Diab

Moe Diab is a Palestinian-American human rights activist, writer, and mental health graduate student. He blogs at MoeDiab.com and you can follow him on Twitter @Moe_Diab.

Sari Husseini’s journey, and Darwish’s memory

‘Memory for Movement’ is a documentary about Sari Husseini, a Palestinian choreographer, by Mahdi Diab

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Never Surrender: A Palestinian-American recounts harassment and discrimination during trip to Israel/Palestine

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Moe Diab (above) is a 25-year-old Palestinian-American, born and raised in San Diego, California. He was raised to be proud of his Palestinian heritage and culture, and to be conscious of the daily Palestinian struggles against oppression. Diab’s American upbringing instilled in him an appreciation for freedom, liberty, justice and equality. He never truly understood the significance of universal human rights in his daily American life, but became well aware of them during a trip to Israel/Palestine when Israeli authorities stripped these so-called inalienable rights away from him.

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