Tag Archives: Sami Kishawi

Just another day of hypocrisy at Haaretz

March 4, 2012 By Sami Kishawi | smpalestine.com Part of my daily routine involves perusing Haaretz’s front page for the latest on Israeli diplomacy. On any normal day, one or two headlines baffle me and force me to question the news itself and the editor behind the screen. But today’s headlines are something else. So many […]

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Israeli military commends itself for saving, not taking, lives ~ by @samikishawi

Related: Deprivation of Basic Needs Cost Lives! Healthcare | Electricity| Water | Communication January 8, 2012 By Sami Kishawi | smpalestine   After reading the Israeli military’s latest report on its service to humanity, one might actually be compelled to believe that the Israeli military “is always ready to leave everything behind and save lives”. […]

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Before and after Eilat: Israeli air strikes are no different than militant rocket attacks ~ by @Samikishawi

By Sami Kishawi |  Sixteen Minutes to Palestine | Aug 19, 2011 Photo by Mahmud Hams, AFP How are Israel’s air strikes any different from militant rocket attacks? This is sure to spark a poisoned debate — mostly because the general public is informed only to the extent that Fox News, for example, informs them, […]

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The story of a Palestinian resistance fighter

By Sami Kishawi |  Sixteen Minutes to Palestine – The Palestine Entries | July 7, 2011 // Entry #21 Zuhdee was only 21 years when a missile struck his position and detached his right leg. Four years later, he finds himself sitting at home for most of the day, unable to find a job to […]

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There’s more to Gaza than broken slabs of concrete

  Sami Kishawi |The Electronic Intifada |Gaza City |7 July 2011 A Palestinian boy in Khan Younis refugee camp, Gaza Strip (Sami Kishawi) Many of the people I’ve spoken to in Gaza City don’t object to foreign coverage of the Gaza Strip in the slightest. In fact, Gazans consider that media attention gives them an opportunity […]

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