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Sometimes we give words to invisible things: words like love and justice, rights and respect.

We believe in these invisible things because we feel their absence. Walk around our neighbourhoods. Look at the gates and the guns, the stares of the soldiers. Look at the cracks in the tarmac, the fissures in the walls. They are not the only holes that need to be filled.

We fill our holes with words and music. We sing for freedom. We throw rhymes, not rocks.


Your donation pays for more than a track. It pays for rap workshops. It pays for recording time. It pays for another Palestinian youth's chance to tell his story.

It repays our faith in invisible things.

This rap song is the result of the first Musicians without Borders workshop series for 12 teenagers led by 4 young Palestinian rappers. The result is 'Wasia'; a song of dialogue between different generations discussing the land of Palestine.

The refrain says:

"Our weapon is music now, we don't need a gun anymore!"


released November 7, 2012
Palestine Street
Ali Faraj And Ramez Milhem



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Rap Across the Wall Palestinian Territory

These are the voices of the youth of Palestine. Musicians without Borders organizes workshops run by Palestinian rappers. Young people who are disenfranchised raise their voices creatively through music. By buying their songs you give them the audience they deserve and your donation will be used to have more rap workshops and recordings. ... more

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