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Live Blog | Al-Aqsa Under Attack

By occpal | Created: Sept 24, 2014 | Last Update: Nov 6, 2013 The Al-Aqsa Mosque is under attack. Not only by invading settlers including ‘prominent’ right wing extremists such as members of the Israeli Knesset accompanied by occupation forces protecting those who squatting around to freely commit their assaults, as well as during daily […]

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Israeli Eradication of History: Disappearing Mosques

A Palestinian man holds prayer beads as he stands near an Israeli border police officer outside a damaged mosque in West Bank village of Jaba near Ramallah 19 June 2012. (Photo: Reuters – Mohamad Torokman) By: Jonathan Cook Al Akhbar English | Published Monday, July 9, 2012 The discovery of a rare aerial photo of […]

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Are Palestinians Victims of Terror and Displaced Guilt?

Dallas Darling Palestine Chronicle Febr 28 2012 It was on this day, February 29, 1948, that 28 British soldiers were killed as a mine exploded under the Cairo-Haifa train. Lehi, also known as Stern Gang, a Zionist terrorist group, claimed responsibility. But the Cairo-Haifa attack was only one of several acts of terrorism that Israeli […]

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Palestine: “Diwan Ghazza” and the Gaza Book Club

Posted 28 February 2012 21:16 GMT GLOBAL VOICES Written byYasmeen El Khoudary   This post is the first by our new author, Palestinian blogger Yasmeen El Khoudary, in which she introduces an initiative set up by a group of bloggers in Gaza called Diwan Ghazza. It’s quite surprising to see that people are quite surprised […]

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Palestinian Hunger Strikers: A History

Published February 21st, 2012 – 19:01 GMT Intestines- Mightier than the pen and the sword. The History of the Palestinian Captive Movement Hunger Strike and the Story of Khader Adnan Palestinian hunger striker Khader Adnan has gained global attention for his plight and raised great concern. Here’ s a history of Palestinian hunger strikers and […]

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Who Are the Palestinians

Ancient Palestinian artifacts at al-Mathaf Museum in Gaza. (almathaf.ps) By Hasan Afif El-Hasan | Palestine Chronicle | Jan 5, 2011 In 1917, Jews constituted 7 percent of the indigenous Palestinian population and owned 1 percent of the land. Britain, as a colonialist power and the victor of World War I forced the Palestine Mandate and […]

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Damn your fathers, you shot baba! ~ by @AbirKopty

The First Intifada | انتفاضة – in pictures Dec 22, 2011 | Abir Kopty مدوّنة عبير قبطي For Arabic version click here This story began when I was looking for a child who has lived through the First Palestinian Intifada (uprising) or been active participant. The project was part of Palestinian bloggers’ campaign to mark the twenty-fourth anniversary of “the First […]

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Book Review of ‘Understanding Palestine’ by Dr. Tariq Shadid (Dutch)

New Song released by Doc Jazz – ‘Right of Return‘ Monday, 19 December 2011 | DocJazz.com A book review by Songül Arslan, Wijblijvenhier.nl – Als het om een oplossing voor het Israëlisch-Palestijns vraagstuk gaat, dan is een democratische, seculiere Israëlisch-Palestijnse staatwaarin iedereen vredig en met respect voor elkaar en elkaars fundamentele rechten samenleeft een grote […]

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Masked in Gaza: The Untold History of Palestinian ‘Militancy’ ~ by Ramzy Baroud

A Masked Palestinian fighter in Gaza. (Zoriah.net) By Ramzy Baroud Essam Al-Batsh and his nephew, Sobhi Al-Batsh, are the latest in a long line of reported Palestinian ‘militants’ killed by Israel. The civilians were both targeted while driving in a car in downtown Gaza on December 8. According to an Israeli army statement, “(They) were […]

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The Story of Palestine – video

When the United Nations, in 1977, proclaimed 29 November of each year as the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, it was a clear admission of guilt towards this people. It was recognition that the Palestinian people deserve international solidarity and support, in the name of justice and rights. This was merely one […]

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Demolition of historic bridge to Al-Aqsa “will have serious consequences”

Ethnic Cleansing – Topic | Settlement Construction – Category Tuesday, 01 November 2011 11:30| MEMO The head of the PLO’s Jerusalem Department has said that the Israeli security forces don’t realise the seriousness of destroying the historic Mughrabi Bridge in the Old City. Ahmed Qurei told the local media that giving the green light for […]

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Netanyahu needs a history tutor — Can UNESCO experts help?

Truth does not matter for “Israel”. Buttons Do. To mute. Alex Kane on October 31, 2011 | Mondoweiss There was the tall tale told in front of the UN last month about how the last name Netanyahu is inscribed on a 2,700 year-old ring found next to the Western Wall in Jerusalem–despite the fact that […]

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Sheikh Condemns “Normalizing” Islamic Heritage in Israeli National Library

Truth does not matter for “Israel”. Buttons Do. To mute. PNN – Palestine News Network  31.10.11 | Maysa Abu Ghazaleh Qurans and ancient manuscripts, some over a thousand years old, are just some of the rare Islamic treasures on display at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, in a show sponsored by the Israeli National Library. They […]

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The Promised Land ~ by @jadmk

A Covenant of GOD that lead to a genocide & an ongoing extermination of a civilization … By Jad Khairallah | October 27, 2011 It all began with a promise, a covenant… A promise of eternal continuity, of divine right, of immortality,immortality for a nation, a selected group…a few out of many … a promise sent out […]

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The Real Story of How Israel Was Created

A Million Stories about the Zionist Rape of This World – in pictures by Alison Weir, October 11, 2011 | Antiwar.com To better understand the Palestinian bid for membership in the United Nations, it is important to understand the original 1947 U.N. action on Israel-Palestine. The common representation of Israel’s birth is that the U.N. […]

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