Palestinians call to boycott festivals organized on forcibly depopulated lands.
“تركيا، أختنا التوأم” مقال للمحلل السياسي الإسرائيلي جدعون ليفي نشر في “هآرتس”، 13/10/2019 وتم نشره في “مختارات من الصحف العبرية” الصادرة بالعربية عن مؤسسة الدراسات الفلسطينية في 14/10/2019.
Gaza police officer Alaa al-Gharabli was killed by one of his neighbors.
“The Press on Palestine” is an initiative by the Palestine Square blog to highlight bias and watchdog mainstream U.S. print media’s reporting on Palestinian affairs and the Arab Israeli conflict.
On episode 10 of The Electronic Intifada Podcast, Asa and Nora speak to Diana Buttu about the most recent Israeli election and what it means for Palestinians.
Diana dives into the politics of the Palestinian parties represented in Israel’s parliament as part of the Joint List. And she explains why Palestinian elections in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip are a remote prospect.
Of Israeli opposition leader Benny Gantz, she told us: “Gantz’s record is really no better than [Prime Minister Benyamin] Netanyahu, certainly not when it comes to his bombing campaigns in the Gaza Strip. He’s also somebody who not only came out and supports annexation [of the West Bank] but claims it was his idea to begin with.”
Diana explains the constraints faced by Palestinian lawmakers in Israel’s parliament, the Knesset. Haneen Zoabi, an outspoken critic of Israel’s policy towards Palestinians, has been temporarily banned from the Knesset and faced criminal proceedings for her speech. Zoabi has “paid a very heavy price [for] having to bear the brunt of Israeli racism and Israeli sexism,” Buttu said.
“Why did she do it? Because she very much believed there needed to be this strong Palestinian voice [inside the Knesset].”
Zoabi announced earlier this year that she would not seek re-election after “a very intense 10 years.”
Diana Buttu is a former legal advisor and negotiator for the Palestine Liberation Organization and is also a policy advisor to Al-Shabaka: The Palestinian Policy Network.
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“وادي الحمّص سابقة قد تؤسس لما بعدها” تحقيق للصحافي الفلسطيني عبد الرؤوف أرناؤوط نشر في العدد 120(خريف 2019) من مجلة الدراسات الفلسطينية
عبد الكريم الكرمي من شعراء فلسطين الفحول. أديب ومناضل ربط بين النضال الوطني والقومي والأممي وتوجّه خصوصاً إلى الأطفال، أمل المستقبل. جمعته صداقة وثيقة بالشاعر إبراهيم طوقان وكان على صلة بالشاعر الشهيد عبد الرحيم محمود. اختار لقب “أبو سلمى” توقيعاً لمقالاته وقصائده.
ولد عبد الكريم الكرمي سنة 1909 في مدينة طولكرم الفلسطينية.
But Chris Williamson is still suspended on new charges.
We’re pleased to share the following details of the speaking tour that Gaza-Palestinian Yousef Aljamal is undertaking of the United States, October 14 through November 2. Please be aware that numerous additional events/locations are close to being confirmed. As they are confirmed, we will update this page, so please check back often!
More details about Yousef Aljamal and the tour can be found here.
** Oct. 15, White Plains, NY — 6:30 pm: “Dreaming of Freedom: An evening with Yousef Aljamal”, at Wespac, 77 Tarrytown Rd., White Plains. Details at https://wespac.org/event/dreaming-of-freedom/
** Oct. 20, Washington DC — 1:30 pm: “Palestine in Crisis” featuring Yousef Aljamal and Miko Peled. Hosted by Rev. Graylan Hagler at Plymouth UCC church, 5301 N Capitol St NE (in the undercroft.)
** Oct. 21, Washington DC — 12:30 pm: “Palestine in Crisis: Yousef Aljamal and Miko Peled on the Detention of Palestinian Children”, at The Palestine center, 2425 Virginia Ave NW. Details at https://www.thejerusalemfund.org/events/upcoming/palestine-in-crisis-yousef-aljamal-and-miko-peled-on-the-detention-of-palestinian-children.
** Oct. 21, Richmond, VA, 7:00 pm — “Palestine in Crisis”, at the Pace Center, 700 W. Franklin St. Sponsored by the Pace Center and the ME & Islamic Studies Program at VCU. Pace Center details at https://www.thepacecenter.com/.
** Oct. 22, Williamsburg, VA, 7:00 pm — “Palestinian Child Detainees” at Blow Hall #332, The College of William and Mary. Sponsored by The Wesley Foundation (United Methodist campus ministry), Williamsburg United Methodist Church’s “Church in the World” committee, W&M’s Students for Justice in Palestine, and W&M’s Decolonizing Humanities Project.
** Oct. 27, Madison, WI, 2:00 pm — “Dreaming of Freedom: Palestinian Youth Under Siege and Occupation”, at Christ Presbyterian, 944 E. Gorham Street.
** Oct. 31, Honolulu, HI, 3:00 pm — “Translating Palestine”, at UH-Manoa Dept. of English, a colloquium for University of Hawai’i English Dept., cosponsored by UH-Students and Faculty for Justice in Palestine.
** Nov. 1, Honolulu, HI, 7:00 pm — “Palestine through the Generations: Stories of the Nakba as Resistance”, at Church of the Crossroads, 1212 University Ave.
Here are the two books to which Yousef has contributed:
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Israeli foreign minister suggests it’s a step closer to “peace agreements.”