Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief Crittenden Issues Statement on 75th Anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor

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Published December 7, 2016 TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden issued a statement Wednesday regarding the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Deputy Chief Crittenden’s statement is as follows: “President Franklin D. Roosevelt said Dec. 7, 1941, is a date which will live in infamy, and those words ring as […]

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Media Freedom: Let Palestine Be the Barometer

By Iqbal Jassat – Johannesburg, South Africa Recent changes effected within parts of South Africa’s mainstream media, may be interpreted differently by consumers. Some may use the glass of water test and come to contrasting positions: half full or half empty. This after all is the nature of the media beast. It’s newsroom and editorial desks […]

Hold Your Applause, Fatah: The Palestinian Body Politic is Rotten to the Core

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Palestinian Short Story Collection Wins Arab Award

Palestinian short-story author Mazen Marouf has won the Kuwaiti-based Multaqa award for the best Arab short-story collection, after his short story collection titled Nukaat Almusalheen, the jokes of armed people, published by Alkawkab Publishing house in Lebanon. The panel of judges of the award has announced the winner this year at a ceremony organized at […]