Asmaa al-Ghol

Asmaa al-Ghol

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Asmaa al-Ghol is a Palestinian journalist from the Rafah refugee camp in the southern Gaza Strip, where she was born in 1982. She currently lives in France. A human rights activist, she also writes essays on literature and culture for newspapers and periodicals, including Al-Hayat (London), Al-Ayyam (Palestine) and the online Romman cultural review. Her first short story collection, “Abandonment on a Blackboard” won the A. M Qattan Institute’s young writers award in 2006, and other short story collections of hers have been published in South Korea and the UK.

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