Tag Archives: revolutions

Radwan: Arab uprisings gave hope of Jerusalem’s liberation soon

[ PIC 02/10/2012 – 09:36 AM ] ANKARA, (PIC)– Palestinian minister of religious affairs Ismail Radwan said the Arab Spring uprisings gave the Palestinian people the sense that the day of liberating Jerusalem is on the horizon and getting near everyday. In a press statement to Anatolia news agency, Radwan stated that the Gaza Strip […]

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US-Arab Disconnect: Revolutions Restate Region’s Priorities ~ by Ramzy Baroud

Palestine Chronicle | Aug 16, 2011 There is now no turning back. By Ramzy Baroud As the Arab Spring continues to challenge dictators, demolish old structures and ponder roadmaps for a better future, the US remains committed to its failed policies, misconceptions and selfish interests. Arabs may disagree on many things, but few disagree on […]

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Israel’s narrowing options

Al-Ahram Weekly | Region |  April 1, 2011 The spread of democratic revolutions in the Arab world has already blunted the usual belligerence of Israel, writes Saleh Al-Naami It was 10.30am last Saturday when the mobile phone of an official closely linked with Ismail Haniyeh, the prime minister of Gaza, rang. On the other end […]

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Year of Living Dangerously: Palestinians on the Brink

By Mikail Jubran | March 31, 2011 | Palestine Chronicle During the past couple of weeks we have witnessed a somewhat stall of the Arab spring. An ongoing civil conflict that is raging in Libya pits the ‘ancien regime’ against a rag-tag rabble of self-proclaimed freedom fighters who thought that international intervention would guarantee their […]

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Leila Farsakh on the Arab Revolutions and Palestine

In this episode of Palestine Studies TV, Dr. Leila Farsakh discussed the implications of the protest movements in the Arab world on Palestinian politics and the Arab-Israeli conflict. Dr. Farsakh is a professor of Political Science at the University of Massachussetts, Boston, and a member of the editorial committee of the Journal of Palestine Studies. […]

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US- Israel Interests Parasitizing The Arab Revolutions

Kawther Salam | March 21, 2011 Since the Egyptian and the Tunisian revolutions have achieved their “victory”, the United States ceaselessly send their military and civilians representatives, among them Hillary Clinton (yemach shmo), the owner of garish dresses in yellow, red, and orange, to those countries. Additionally there are reported official telephone calls from Barak […]

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While the world looks away, the occupation of Palestine goes on

Ibrahim Hewitt | MEMO Monday, 21 March 2011 14:00 The simple fact is that Israel’s oppression of the Palestinians is ongoing, whether reported by the Western media or not, and it is more often than not the latter. For anyone relying on the mainstream media for information about the rest of the world, the knowledge […]

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Israel and its Fear of Popular Revolutions!

14.03.11 – 09:23PNN – Palestine News Network By Fadi Abu Sada – PNN Editor in Chief – It is a well-known fact that Israel fights against Palestinian culture. I still remember from my childhood, back in the 80s before the first intifada, how Israel used to arrest Palestinian youth for simply reading political books. Nonviolence Protest in […]

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Zahhar: Palestine’s liberation from the occupation will come true

[ 08/03/2011 – 11:03 AM ]   KHARTOUM, (PIC)– Member of Hamas’s political bureau Dr. Mahmoud Al-Zahhar said that the liberation of Palestine from the Zionist occupation is a divine promise and will come true. Dr. Zahhar made his remarks on Monday evening at the closing session of the eighth conference on occupied Jerusalem held […]

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Most Palestinians back Arab uprisings

PressTV –  Tue Feb 15, 2011 2:7PM Palestinians rally in the West Bank city of Ramallah in support of pro-democracy protestors in Egypt, February 5, 2011. Opinion polls indicate Palestinians’ support for the recent revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, and a failure of Western efforts to portray the uprisings as secular. A survey conducted by […]

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