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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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Palestine at the heart of all Middle East problems

Mani Shankar Aiyar says one can never get anywhere by only being pragmatic. (AN photo by Boutros Ayad) ARAB NEWS MARCH 1 2012 Published: Mar 1, 2012 21:52 Updated: Mar 1, 2012 21:52 DAMMAM: Indian diplomat Mani Shankar Aiyer wants Delhi to continue to champion the cause of the Palestinians. In an interview with Siraj […]

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Hamas: West eager to divert uprisings

PressTV –  Sun Sep 18, 2011 7:53AM Hamas Political Bureau Deputy Chairman Moussa Abu Marzouk Hamas Political Bureau Deputy Chairman Moussa Abu Marzouk says Western states are trying to divert recent uprisings in the region, Press TV reports. “Arrogant powers are creating deviant movements to divert the recent uprisings but they won’t be able to […]

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Palestine, pillar of Islamic Awakening

PressTV –  Sat Sep 17, 2011 3:48PM GMT Secretary General of the first International Conference on Islamic Awakening Ali Akbar Velayati The secretary general of the first International Conference on Islamic Awakening says the issue of Palestine has become a fundamental aspect of the recent wave of popular uprisings across the Arab world.   “Palestine […]

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‘Israeli aggression due to uprisings’

Sun Apr 10, 2011 2:11AM Hamas Political Bureau Deputy Chairman Moussa Abu Marzouk Hamas says Israel has stepped up aggression against Gaza due to the uprisings in the Arab world and is trying to undermine Palestinian resistance movements’ reconciliation efforts. “Nowadays, there is aggression against the Gaza Strip. This aggression [has] now increased because of […]

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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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A Storm is Coming: What Price Palestine…?

What this all mean for the Palestinians? (Aljazeera) By Mikail Jubran Popular revolt has transformed Tunisia. A budding revolution takes hold in Egypt. Civil war is raging in Libya. Social unrest intensifies in Yemen, and sectarian strife heightens in Bahrain. What this all mean for the Palestinians? During the past several weeks they have held […]

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Sheikh Salah: The Arab uprisings renewed hope for Palestinian liberation

[ 12/03/2011 – 07:32 AM ]   GENEVA, (PIC)– Sheikh Ra’ed Salah, the head of the Islamic Movement in the 1948 occupied lands, said that the Arab revolutions renewed the Palestinian young men’s hope for the liberation of occupied Jerusalem and the Aqsa Mosque. “There is a conviction that the revolution that started to extend […]

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Haniyeh aide: Arab upheaval will free Palestine

  Published Thursday 17/02/2011 (updated) 17/02/2011 21:30       GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — A top aide to Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh in Gaza said Thursday that the uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia would free the Palestinian cause out of the grip of America and Israel. Yousef Rezqa told a group of journalists that both […]

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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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