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The courageous woman
   
submitted by Arab Educational Institute
17.03.2006

Once it happened during the Intifadah that soldiers beat up a man. Bystanders were shouting, and more and more people ran to the scene. Suddenly a woman with a baby in her arms rushed to the man who was beaten up. She nearly shouted at him: "Why is it always you who makes problems! I am fed up with you! Take this baby of yours! I don't want to ever see you again." She put the baby in the hands of the man, and ran away. The soldiers left the scene in confusion. When quiet returned, the man gave the baby back to the woman. They had never seen each other before.


Arab Educational Institute, Moral Stories from Palestine. Culture and Palestine Series, Bethlehem 1999. For more information: aei@p-ol.com

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