A Black Day in the UN’s History

By Ali Kazak  Today, 29th November, is one of the most shameful days of the United Nations and modern human history; it is the 67th anniversary of the United Nations General Assembly Partition of Palestine (UNGA Resolution 181 (II)) adopted by 33 countries to 13 against with 10 abstentions. It partitioned Palestine, against the wishes […]

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Israel: Modern Crusaders and No Modern Arab Saladin

By Hasan Afif el-Hasan The “Holy Quran” of Islam, states that the Prophet Muhammad was transported from the Sacred Mosque in Mecca to Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem where he was ascended up into heavens then returned back at the Night of ‘Israa’ and Mi’raj’. The place in Jerusalem where, according to the Muslim’s tradition, the […]

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Israel’s New Anti-democratic Law

By Jamal Kanj This is the same definition Benjamin Netanyahu had maintained for years that the Palestinian Authority (PA) must accept before signing a peace agreement. In other words, Netanyahu was demanding the PA to recognize the new Basic Law long before his own government approved it. Yet, it becomes more interesting for Netanyahu to […]

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20 Years into Democracy in SA, yet Palestine Continues to Bleed

By Iqbal Jassat Since our (Media Review Network) advocacy for Palestinian rights became manifest via media and political campaigns, more than two decades ago and long before the advent of social media, a recurring set of questions kept cropping up. One of them was: why are you guys focused on Palestine only and not other […]

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Celebrating the Ridiculous in the West Bank

By Jamal Saad Whenever you think that you are facing contradictions, check your premises. You will find that one of them is wrong. So Ayn Rand said. Recently, segments of the Palestinian people—mainly across the West Bank—held public rallies celebrating, or commemorating, “Independence Day”. For me and many other Palestinians the contradiction was too enormous […]

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