British-Palestinian Child Wins Awards For Retelling Nakba Story

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British-Palestinian Leanne Muhammed has won the 2015-16 Speak Out Challenge held in London following a moving speech about the Nakba and its effects on Palestinian society.
Leanne, from Al-Burj Al-Shamali refugee camp in Lebanon, is a student at Wanstead High School in London. She joined the Speak Out Challenge giving a speech entitled “Birds not Bombs”.

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Leanne, from Al-Burj Al-Shamali refugee camp in Lebanon, is a student at Wanstead High School in London. She joined the Speak Out Challenge giving a speech entitled “Birds not Bombs”.
She also spoke about the continuous Israeli assaults and violations against the Palestinian people, as well as the threat of bombing.
Leanne gave an example of a one-year-old baby, who had cancer and died because he could not receive proper treatment due to travel restrictions imposed by the Israeli siege on the Gaza Strip.
The Palestinian girl also criticized those who describe people as terrorists because their own religions, saying that people should not be discriminated against due to their culture, origin or religion.

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