Gandhiji’s Gujarat

December 19, 2012

Porbandar is a small coastal town in western Gujarat, complete with a crowded port, narrow alleys and an ever-present smell of fish and salty waters – and famous for two things. In recent times, it came to been known as a shady place, in the hands of criminal groups,...

Stories from Tadmur

October 18, 2012

When does a war end? And what about those things that don’t end, that stay unresolved? In Lebanon, more than 20 years after the civil war officially ended, many people continue to live, intimately, with what is not resolved from the war. UMAM, a civil organization researching and documenting...

Khiam, where there used to be a prison

October 7, 2012

Went with a friend to Khiam, a village in Lebanon’s south where his father was born and brought up. The name Khiam immediately makes you think about one thing: the notorious Khiam prison, which came under the control of SLA, the South Lebanese Army which was Israel’s allies in...