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Yasmin Lulu - Gazan refugee who has been aiding Gaza refugees of the refugee camp here in Jordan. She has recently appeared on the news and is a daughter of a widow who can never return back to Gaza. She wants to tell the world why she and her other friends help the Gazan refugees and how they feel about the Palestine/Israel conflict. Thesis of the latter - equal rights. It doesn't matter what the name of the country is called, as long as they can have equal rights!
Yasmin Omar Lulu was born in 24th of December 1989. She is now finishing her last semester in Business Administration and English Literature at the Arab Open University in Amman, Jordan. She lives in a family of 8 with a widowed mother.
She loves writing because it helps her to swim away from the painful instances of inhumanity by finding succor in her imagination. As a Palestinian Gazan herself, she has had an interest in the Gazan Refugee Camp in Jordan for 4 years. She loves to make everyone smile.
Join us in welcoming Ms Yasmin Lulu to Vicki Chats!
It's good to talk.