Tag Archives: Yasir Tineh

A Refugee Is What I Am ~ by @YasirTineh

June 20, 2012 By Yasir Tineh | Beyond Compromise Weblog Kuwait – A refugee is what I am, a person whose body resides far from where his heart and soul chose to live, heartless because as simple as the saying goes, home is where the heart is. It is hard for most people to understand […]

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“Let The Anarchy Begin” ~ by @YasirTineh

Palestine Telegraph | 07 July 2012 | Yasir M. Tineh Anarchism is generally defined as the political philosophy which holds the state to be undesirable, unnecessary and harmful, or alternatively as opposing authority and hierarchical organization in the conduct of human relations. Savor the above definition as we begin to examine the series of events […]

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{Submissions} Shit Zionists Say! ~ by @YasirTineh

Febr 9, 2012 | Yasir M. Tineh I’m sure you have all seen some sort of variation of the “Shit ………… Say!” videos, I have a small idea which consists of creating a “Shit Zionists Say!} video but instead of the video being narrated by one person, I believe a better angle is if it […]

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Searching for a Ticket ~ by @YasirTineh

Trapped at the airport, Terminal bound Destinations are endless but I’m terminal bound The place I want to be is not an option for me Trapped at the airport. Terminal bound Looking for the plane with the #Palestine crowd Trapped at the airport. Destinations are endless But the place I want to be,There is no […]

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Between The Lines of The Abbas Speech ~ by @YasirTineh

September 25, 2011 | Yasir M. Tineh This is going to be a thorough analysis of the speech Mahmoud Abbas gave at the 66th session of the UNGA after he submit the application for Palestinian statehood to the Secretary General of the United Nation Ban Ki-moon. The Transcript of the speech can be found here in (Arabic) […]

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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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