We’re all atheists now, which is interesting, but more interesting is the cute baby walrus.
Al-Nakba is known in Arabic as “the catastrophe” and known in Israel as the day of independence. For Palestinians, it is a day of mournful commemoration as it marks a period when 700,000 Palestinians were forcefully removed from their cities and villages and displaced into Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, Gaza, and the West Bank.
Wrapping up day two of Persephone, I’m struck by several things. 1. I have a ton of respect for people who do this for a living and 2. Our readers rock my world. As of 4:30 this morning, when your editor started her day, Google Analytics clocked 600+ unique visitors.