'A powerful and much-needed oral history of the Nakba from the "forgotten community" of Palestinian women who live on in Israel.'
Jonathan Cook, author of Disappearing Palestine (Zed, 2008)
'This book should be read by students and scholars of Palestine and Israel as well as all those who seek alternative solutions for peace with justice.'
Nicola Pratt, editor of Women and War in the Middle East
'Fatma Kassem's book brings critical attention to the difficult position of Palestinian citizens of Israel.'
Nadje Al-Ali, Professor of Gender Studies, Chair, Centre For Gender Studies, SOAS