Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2002 Number 21
Tom Kay, pages -
Tom Kay was a student for five months at Birzeit University in the West Bank during the early part of 2002. He lived 150 metres from Ramallah town centre at a time when, under curfew, journalists were not able to get into town. This is an edited extract from his diary.
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