Amal Elsana Alh’jooj is a renowned activist in the Bedouin community in Israel. Amal is currently the Executive Director of The International Community Action Network (ICAN-McGill) – an international organisation dedicated to reducing inequality and promoting civil society and social justice, necessarily associated with community development and peace processes. In 2000, she joined Dr Yehudah Paz and founded AJEEC (The Arab Jewish Centre for Equality, Empowerment, and Cooperation) – an organisation that promotes public equality and empowerment for Bedouin society. She has won numerous awards, including NIF UK’s Human Rights Award in 2013.
Our Voice of the Fortnight is from the Times of Israel, as United Hatzalah first responders revisit the scenes of Hamas's pogrom and recount their stories of 7 October.