We live in a state that has never existed.

Throughout time, countless kingdoms and empires have taken turns in controlling our land which some call holy.

We have resisted and we have conceded.
We have accorded and we have dissented.

Today, peace and well-being in our home are as far from reach as they have always been.

Our physical territories fragmented by checkpoints and settlements, our physical bodies frail and hurt, we have no choice but to resort to the digital domain.

We know there will be no one-state solution.
We know there will be no two-state solution.
Now we are aiming for a virtual solution.

And has Palestine not always been
a virtual state?