Tag Archives: change

Hamdan: Hamas does not plan changing into political party

[ PIC 06/03/2012 – 05:46 PM ] BEIRUT, (PIC)– Osama Hamdan, a senior leader of Hamas, has ruled out that his movement was planning to dissolve itself and turn into a political party. He renewed assertion in a statement to Quds Press that his movement’s program was based on liberation and return and there would […]

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Occupation government decides to change features of Qastal

Ethnic Cleansing – Topic | Settlement Construction – Category – Pictures [ 07/11/2011 – 12:23 PM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)–The Israeli occupation government approved the development plan, for Qastal on the outskirts of Jerusalem as “part of its efforts to immortalise the memory of Yitzhak Rabin the former PM on the 16th anniversary of his […]

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Press Release | Significant change in plan for December’s Gaza aid convoy

Scoop News | Thursday, 13 October 2011 Press Release: Kia Ora Gaza Significant change in plan for December’s Gaza aid convoy 13 October 2011 Almost three years ago Israel’s military onslaught in Gaza, codenamed Operation Cast Lead, killed over 1,400 mostly civilian Palestinians and laid waste to the coastal enclave. Today, most Gazan families suffer […]

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Blogging for change in Palestine

  Ziad Khalil Abu Zayyad (Issues) | 14 July 2011, 7:35 PM | Khaleej Times I was born in Jerusalem in the 1980s into the reality of occupation. My father had been politically active in the 1970s and my uncle is a former cabinet minister.  As for myself, during my teenage years I became head […]

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Make A Dream Come True : Just Once, Please – for Nader K.

Make a Dream “Just Once, Please…” Come True! On June 19 we reposted a touching blogpost (see below) of Nader aka @imNadz from Gaza about the difficulties Gazans are facing in education, and his hope and his despair on chances for a scholarship abroad. All his and our prayers have been heard because Nader – […]

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Ministry: Israel name change initiative aimed at erasing Palestine’s identity

[ 04/07/2011 – 09:18 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– The Gaza Ministry of Justice has said the Israel initiative to convert the names of Arab cities into Hebrew names is derived from a series of steps to erase the Arab identity of the region. Israel has been working under the premise that “the old will die, […]

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Welcome to Gaza: Revolution and Change at the Rafah Border – by Ramzy Baroud

  Rafah border. (Aljazeera) By Ramzy Baroud The Palestinian security officer at the Rafah border was overly polite. He wore a black uniform and walked around self-assuredly, as he instructed weary travelers on their next moves before being allowed back into Gaza. On the other side of the border, in Egypt, there was much anxiety, […]

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Gaza: Revolution and change at the Rafah Border – by Ramzy Baroud

The Palestinian security officer at the Rafah border was overly polite. He wore a black uniform and walked around self-assuredly, as he instructed weary travelers on their next moves before being allowed back into Gaza. On the other side of the border, in Egypt, there was much anxiety, fear and anticipation. “Things will get better,” […]

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Rafah Crossing to Open: Is Egypt Changing the Rules?

Will Egypt will be allowed to carry out this policy? (Aljazeera) By Richard Lightbown Egypt announced last week that it intends to open the Rafah Crossing to the Gaza Strip on a permanent basis. Commenting on Israel’s Army Radio on 30 April the Chief of Staff of the Egyptian Armed Forces General Sami Anan was […]

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Resistance labels onslaught ‘winds of change’

March 20, 2011 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — In a Sunday statement announcing the latest projectile launch from the Gaza Strip, the armed wing of the Popular Resistance Committees named the recent barrage of projectile fire operation “Winds of Change.” The group, known as the An-Nasser Brigades, said the campaign was “in response to the offensive […]

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IOA decides to change curriculums in Arab schools

18/03/2011 – 05:46 PM   OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Al-Maqdese for Society Development (MSD) oganization warned that the Israeli occupation authority (IOA) took significant steps ”to take control over Arab schools and supervise the educational curriculum” in occupied Jerusalem schools. It said the move was aimed at “Judaizing and Israelizing” the holy city of Jerusalem. The education department […]

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Jihad slams Lebanese gov’t for changing law concerning Palestinian refugees

[ 27/02/2011 – 01:29 PM ]   BEIRUT, (PIC)– The Islamic Jihad Movement said that the amendment made to the law of labor and social security in Lebanon only serves the policy of resettlement that is rejected by the Palestinian people, calling on the Lebanese government and parliament to reconsider this law. In a press […]

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Khader: Changing governments in W. Bank will bring nothing to the Palestinians

[ 17/02/2011 – 05:29 PM ]   NABLUS, (PIC)– Senior Fatah official Husam Khader said that the intended formation of a new de facto government in the West Bank came following personally motivated pressures from Fatah leaders, expressing his belief that this change would bring nothing new to the Palestinians. Khader told Safa news agency […]

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Analyst: The steps taken by the PA cannot prevent the winds of change

[ 16/02/2011 – 09:37 AM ]   RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Palestinian political analyst Hani Al-Masri said that the steps taken by the Fatah-controlled Palestinian authority (PA) including the cabinet reshuffle and the call for local elections cannot limit the impacts of the Egyptian and Tunisian revolutions. This is not the kind of change which the West […]

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Top Fatah leaders pressure Abbas to change his aides

[ 15/02/2011 – 02:53 PM ]   WEST BANK, (PIC)– An informed source told the Palestinian information center (PIC) that there were pressures from senior Fatah leaders especially from the revolutionary council on de facto president Mahmoud Abbas to replace prominent figures around him with new faces in order to absorb the street’s resentment. The […]

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