Abu Helew, center, sits with his son Ramez, 2, his mother Najah, his father Hussein, in their home in the West Bank city of Himza.
"If a woman is educated, her role in the family becomes more important, she can teach her children and have a better life, because she knows at least the same thing as her husband." Nazaneen Jahd
, 14, even believes that one day a woman could lead the country if she is properly educated and gets the chance.
diplomats have taken the Islamic term "jihad," which stems from the Arabic root words jahd
and judh (solemn and struggle) and for convenience sake added a nonsensical (in Arabic) "ist" ending, creating a new mutation.