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Reacciones a decisión de Estados Unidos de reconocer a Jerusalén como capital de Israel

En una sesión urgente del Consejo de Seguridad realizada el 8 de diciembre, las declaraciones de los demás Estados miembros evidenciaron la soledad de Estados Unidos en el seno del máximo órgano de Naciones Unidas

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West Bank Blues . . .

Earlier this month Benjamin Netanyahu visited Teresa May in London to commemorate the centenary of the infamous Balfour declaration

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ISRAEL GUILTY OF “CRIME OF APARTHEID” IN PALESTINE – U.N. ‘SAYS’…

The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), launches a new report ‘Israeli Practices towards the Palestinian People and the Question of Apartheid’ in Beirut

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Palestinian clown to stay in Israeli prison without trial

Mohammed Abu Sakha, a circus performer, and Hasan Safadi, a prisoner rights advocate, have both had their administrative detention extended by six months

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34 Years Later: Memory and Violence in Literary Sabras and Shatilas

“Most of the literary representations of the massacres in two Palestinian refugee camps don’t aim to hold a mirror to the three days of horror, which took place in 1982, between September 16 and 18.”

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Utopian and Dystopian Palestines: From Literature to Art and Back at the ‘Chapter 31’ Exhibition

“Chapter 31: A New Archaeology Of The Future”[1] is a new exhibition that tips its hat to Emile Habibi’s pioneering text The Secret Life of Saeed The Pessoptimist

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Make Noise & Beauty on July 28, a Day of Creativity for Ashraf Fayadh

An open letter from poet-activist Mona Kareem and ArabLit editor M Lynx Qualey

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A flicker of hope in the Middle East crisis

The purpose of the French initiative is to try and inject some life back into the process through a peace conference to be held toward the end of this year

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US Tour of Palestinian Play ‘The Siege’ Cancelled

The Jenin Freedom Theatre announced that it will no longer bring The Siege to the US this May

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Ashraf Fayadh’s Death Sentence Repealed; New Ruling Sentences Poet to 8 Years, 800 Lashes

Post Views: 0 The appeal of Palestinian poet Ashraf Fayadh — who was facing the death penalty in Saudi Arabia — was heard today: The higher court reversed the previous death-sentence ruling and replaced it with eight years, eight hundred

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