لو سألوني عن رام الله لقلت: رام الله هي تلك المدينة المعبقة برائحة الحرية والاحتلال على حد سواء… تلك المدينة التي حتى في خطاياها عبادة 

عن الكاتبة

عبير علان – Abeer Allan

An independent writer who is passionate about writing on women, love, life, social justice, gender-equality, human rights and Palestine.

عبير علان: كاتبة فلسطينية ولدت في رام الله، فلسطين، في الخامس من حزيران 1987. تلقّت تعليمها في مدرسة البطريركية اللاتينية – بيرزيت (فلسطين) وأكملت دراستها الثانوية في بوسطن ثم في الإمارات. التحقت بجامعة الإمارات وتخرجت في قسم هندسة الاتصالات.

نشرت العديد من المقالات (باللغتين العربية والإنجليزية) المتعلقة بالمرأة والوطنية والإنسانية في مجلّات وصُحف مختلفة في فلسطين، وأمريكا والإمارات. ومؤخراً قامت بنشر أول كتاب لها بعنوان “أوراق منثورة”. حصلت على المركز الأول في مسابقة جامعة الإمارات للقصة القصيرة عام 2006-2007 عن قصتها “ذهب ولم يعد“.


I am a passionate Palestinian writer who was born in Ramallah, Palestine, on June 5th 1987. I received my education in Latin Patriarchate School – Birzeit, Palestine, and then completed my high school in Brighton High School, Boston, and the UAE afterwards. I got my Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications Engineering from UAEU (United Arab Emirates University).

Being a passionate writer who writes about women, Palestine, humanity and equality, I was focused on writing and totally let go of engineering, I have published many articles (in Arabic and English) in different magazines and newspapers across Palestine, the U.S and the UAE.

I published my first book in 2015: “Scattered Papers” – Awraq Manthoura in Arabic.

I won the 1st place award in the UAEU Short Story Writing Competition 2006/2007 for my short story “Gone… and never came back”. (less)


Abeer Allan in shattered words: Writer, Feminist, Social Justice & “Taboo-Issues” Advocate, Anti-Israelist, Humanist. Wordist. Felesteneye who loves Za’atar & Ahwe.

Bits & Pieces:

“I write about forgotten emotions, I awaken the good in you, I tease the demon you are, I touch your spirit, and I kiss you goodnight.”

“My writings are meant to set fire in your brain, and flames in your heart, so if I’m gone and you still feel the heat, then, I made it.”

Pieces of My Writing Contributions:

Previously, a Contributing Columnist at BROAD Feminist and Social Justice Magazine – Women’s & Gender Studies, Loyola University, Chicago.

Column: Middle Eastern Musings – A Dive into the Dead Sea

–           A reflection of some thoughts, ideas, stories, social issues and facts (sometimes) on the topic/theme of the magazine’s monthly issue from a Middle-Eastern perspective.



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