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The Egyptian Revolution Should Not Be Subsidized – by Ramzy Baroud

(Image Credit: Illustration: Luis Vazquez/Gulf News) By Ramzy Baroud Palestine Chronicle Feb 28 2012 The initial clarity of Egypt’s revolutionary discourse has been replaced by perplexing discussions involving a range of issues from ‘Islamists vs liberals’ to football violence. The latest such issue involves the rift between the US and the Egyptian government over the […]

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Palestine 2011: Winds of Revolution Break Isolation | Al Akhbar English

Director Juliano Mer Khamis was murdered last April in Jenin camp. (Photo: Al-Akhbar) Rasha Hilwi | Wednesday, January 4, 2012 | Al Akhbar Despite decades of occupation, the cultural scene in Palestine has never been totally isolated from what happens around it. This was particularly the case this year, as its interaction with its regional […]

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Egypt and Palestine…one people and one revolution

November 28, 2011 by gazainandout Egypt and Palestine…one people and one revolution Samah Ahmed, Palestinian journalist from Gaza, and three other Italian citizens supporting Palestine were arrested by the Egyptian Supreme Council of the Armed Forces SCAF on 26th November, 2011 in Cairo. The Egyptian security forces claim that they burned some palm trees belonging […]

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Why So Serious ? ~ by @YasirTineh

Yasir M. Tineh | Aug 7, 2011 Revolution has fueled the MENA region this year & the least to say is that 2011 has been one of the most productive years in voicing Human Rights in countries where that seemed rather bleak in recent history. It is evident also that this has given hope to […]

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Revolution at the Rafah border – Ramzy Baroud

Published Friday 27/05/2011 (updated) 04/06/2011 16:37 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 […]

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Free Free Palestine!

  PressTV – Sat Jun 25, 2011 2:27PM By Porya Mohajer Soltani After more than 60 years of occupation, genocide and media isolation, the voices screaming ‘Free Free Palestine!’ around the world are now louder than ever before. When only a decade ago, just a few people, in a handful of cities across the world, […]

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Resheq: The opening of Rafah crossing an achievement of the Egyptian revolution

[ 29/05/2011 – 01:41 PM ] DAMASCUS, (PIC)– Ezzat al-Resheq, member of the Hamas Political Bureau, expressed appreciation for the Egyptian government’s decision to permanently open the Rafah border crossing with the Gaza Strip, and said that it was “a decision that reflects the spirit of the Egyptian revolution and the return of Egypt to […]

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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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Norman Finkelstein on revolution, counter-revolution and Israel-Palestine

Valentina Cattane |Mon, 16/05/2011 – 16:46 | Al Masry Al Youm Photographed by other Norman Finkelstein, an American political scientist who specializes in the Holocaust and the Israel-Palestine conflict, is in Egypt for the first time today for a lecture at the American University in Cairo. Finkelstein’s political and scholarly commitment to the Palestinian issue […]

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Budrus Shows ‘White Intifada’ Can Beat the Israeli Occupation – video trailer

Posted: 05/11/11 04:41 PM ET | Huffington POst Many have long maintained that a mass-based and sustained campaign of nonviolent Palestinian resistance — a “White Intifada” — if vigorously supported by a united Palestinian leadership and by Israeli, Arab, and international peace and solidarity movements, could end the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, Gaza, […]

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Cartoon 1 – Get ready for the 3rd #INTIFADA – #May15 by Carlos Latuff

High Res Image and more cartoons of Carlos Latuff here Related Special Topic : #May15 | Al Nakba & Refugees Revolution | Right 2 Return | also for further announcements of events

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Cartoon 3 – Get ready for the 3rd #INTIFADA – #May15 by Carlos Latuff

High Res Image and more cartoons of Carlos Latuff here Related Special Topic : #May15 | Al Nakba & Refugees Revolution | Right 2 Return | also for further announcements of events

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Egypt revolution hope for Palestine

PressTV – Sat May 7, 2011 3:38PM Interview with Dr. Ghada Karmi, Author and Co-Director of Center for Palestine Studies. Egypt’s revolution has encouraged Palestinians, building their hopes up hope for establishing a Palestinian state or unification. In this regard, Press TV interviewed Author and Co-Director of Centre for Palestine studies Dr. Ghada Karmi. Press […]

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Cartoon 5 – Get ready for the 3rd INTIFADA – by Carlos Latuff

High Res images here and more Cartoons by Carlos Latuff Related Special Topic : #May15 | Al Nakba & Refugees Revolution | Right 2 Return | also for further announcements of events

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The Palestinian Facebook Movement: Can it take up the baton of revolution?

by Asma Agbarieh-Zahalka | Challenge Magazine Apr 14, 2011 The popular uprisings sweeping the Arab world have also stirred Palestinian youth. After a long period in which Fatah and Hamas held a monopoly in the political sphere, a popular movement of young Palestinians is gaining wide support with its slogan, “The nation wants an end […]

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