A girl from the West Bank village of Saarani who was born without a father is a symbol of the Palestinian struggle for a full rights, dignity and freedom for its people.
Her story is being chronicled on the Palestinian-American film “Saarani.”
It is being released on Sunday.
The girl, named Nour, is the first child to be born in a modern Palestinian refugee camp.
She has lived in the camps since she was a baby, and is the youngest of nine siblings.
She is a single mother.
Nour, who is now 15 years old, was born with a birth defect that left her with no limbs.
Her parents abandoned her and left her on the streets of Ramallah with a few possessions, according to her family.
When she was four, she was rescued from a house burning down by a settler and adopted by her father.
She lived with him for two years before returning to her parents.
Her parents, however, refused to let her go to school.
When she was seven, she moved to the Westbank settlement of Kfar Saba to study at an Arab school.
She was a student at the same school as her father, but he didn’t like her because she was Palestinian.
Her father, who was a settter, threatened to kill her.
When Nour asked her father why he was doing this, his answer was “because she is a Palestinian.”
He threatened her life, and her mother would be arrested if she did not stop him.
When her mother, who works in the West, returned to the village, Nour was forced to leave.
She went to the camp and began to work.
She moved to an Arab community center, but her father was not interested in her.
His daughter told him, “If you don’t want me, I will go to work and you will have to go to jail.”
Her father began to hate her.
He would beat her and beat her badly.
She would have to beg for money from the village for him.
Eventually, she said, she would get married off to another man.
Nurat was married off and raised her children alone.
She and her father would not have children of their own.
She eventually divorced her husband and moved to live with her parents, who had abandoned her.
Nursing the home she had left behind, Nursa, Nurat and her sister had to endure a difficult childhood, living in a crowded living room with no privacy.
Nursah said she would sometimes cry at night.
Her sister would beat Nursat and hit her with a bat.
When her father found out, he beat her with his belt.
When the family was separated in 1994, Nurgat married Nuras’ father and the two of them were living in an Arab house.
She wanted to return to her village and return to school, but the settlers threatened to beat her if she went back to the Palestinian camp.
She told her father that she would never return to live there.
She had no money and was homeless.
Her father threatened to kidnap her if he saw her again.
Nure said that her father often came into the house with a knife and would cut her throat.
She begged her father to stop but he would not.
She said that he would come to the house every day and beat Nure.
The night after Nure was stabbed, her father left the house.
When his mother came home and found Nurats body, she knew that her daughter was dead.
She and her brother fled to the camps, and Nursakh came with her.
She asked Nursag to take her to her father’s house, but she did nothing.
She was 17 years old when she died.
When they went to bury her, they found a body wrapped in a blanket.
The father was wearing his shirt and pants.
He had been shot in the chest and he was bleeding profusely.
The mother was also shot in her right shoulder.
She died from her wounds.
Nurse Rabi was working in the hospital when Nursar, who has a prosthetic leg, was brought to the hospital.
She immediately began treating Nursab, who said she was too weak to walk.
Nurag took care of her for three days, and then she was transferred to another hospital, where she received treatment.
Nuri was 15 when she was born, and she was placed in a Palestinian home in Bethlehem.
She has never seen her father since she went missing.
Her mother was a teacher and the family took care for her and her siblings.
Nusrat was taken to the Israeli camp of Beit Ummar, and when she went there, she told her mother that she was going to be raped by an Israeli soldier, according in an article in Haaretz.
When the soldiers took her, she hid behind a tree and she called her mother to tell her to come and get