Category Archives: Intifada

Palestine: Prisoner Torture Ignites West Bank Flashpoints

Palestinian demonstrators wave their flags under a covered passage during a protest in support with Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli jails in the northern West Bank village of Araba, near Jenin, on 1 February 2013. (Photo: AFP – … Continue reading

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Prisoners’ Intifada shames Palestine’s leaders

By Ramzy Baroud If Palestinian leaders only knew how extraneous their endless rounds of “unity” talks have become, they might cease enthusiastic declarations to world media about their meetings. At this point, few Palestinians are left with hope that their … Continue reading

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This is Not a Revolt, This is a War – 25th Anniversary of the First Palestinian Intifada

Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 9:22AM Gilad Atzmon   The following is a crucial piece of writing by Dr Makram Khoury-Machool, Dr Khoury-Machool was at the time a young Palestinian student. He was the first to announce the Intifada. He … Continue reading

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PALESTINE: SUE ISRAEL FOR GENOCIDE

  Francis A. Boyle: Palestine – Sue Israel For Genocide Before the International Court of Justice (1998) Originally published by MSA News, March 20, 1998 PALESTINE: SUE ISRAEL FOR GENOCIDE BEFORE THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE! by Francis A. Boyle … Continue reading

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THE SPRING OF NORMALIZATION AND RECOGNITION

And finally we have retrieved Palestine !Thanks to Mahmoud Abbas and the UN and the International Community, the impossible has become possible and now we have finally a seat in the UN , not a real one, not as real … Continue reading

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Jewish Terrorist State has killed on average 2 Palestinians A DAY

While the American and British media concentrate on the deaths of 3 Israelis during Israel’s latest genocidal attacks on Gaza, we would do well to remember that the Jewish Terrorist State has killed on average 2 Palestinians A DAY FOR THE … Continue reading

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Arab 48 mark 12th anniversary of Intifada killings

Thousands of people take part in a rally in the northern Arab town of Sakhnin inside Israel on 1 October 2012, to mark the 12th anniversary of the October 2000 massacre in which Israeli forces shot dead 13 Palestinians. (Photo: … Continue reading

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The Beginning of the End for Abbas

Palestinian demonstrators chant slogans in the West Bank city of Ramallah, on 30 June 2012, during a protest against a planned meeting between Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas and Israel’s vice prime minister Shaul Mofaz. (Photo: AFP – Abbas Momani)   … Continue reading

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A Palestinian Stone Speaks out

Nahida the exiled Palestinian His small swift hand,  Picked me up  And the soft, gentle palm  Gave me a cuddle  Warm, safe and secure  He made me feel..  He said no words  He shed no tears  YET…  His long lasting … Continue reading

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Women’s Activism in Palestine

From the Disappointment of the First Intifada to the Hope of a New Movement Despite the social restrictions of the Palestinian society especially in villages,  Palestinian women took an active role in the Palestinian struggle six decades before the First Uprising … Continue reading

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