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Palestinian Case

Daraj
“Is it reasonable that a journalist or a cartoonist should ask for the government’s permission before writing an article or drawing a cartoon?”
Mustafa Ibrahim
Officials in the UAE were offended when the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu publicly denied his approval of the F-35 jets deal, and the following public discourse about the matter in Israel.
Samer Al-Qernshawi
It really strikes me when somebody brings up the Pan-Arabism legacy without first pondering how our countries were run by those who ruled in its name, or worse: they continue to justify, find excuses or make light of its catastrophic mistakes…
Joumana Imad
“The municipality makes it impossible for the Maqdisians (Arab residents of al-Quds, aka Jerusalem) to obtain licenses. When we build, we are forced to face a difficult choice: either that the demolition will be carried out by their machines, and that costs us about half a million shekels, or we demolish it ourselves, which costs us the tears and sorrow that will never go away as long as the occupation settles in our land and takes away our rights.”
Mustafa Ibrahim
The Israeli government has been trying to silence the Palestinians and remove social media content that criticizes Israeli policies and practices, especially through the cyber unit, which was previously headed by Emi Palmor.
Nasri Hajjaj
Controversy rages over “Um Haroun”, the Jewish character in one of the Ramadan series. Here is an attempt to analyze the portrayal of Jews in Arab productions since the inception of films in the early 20th century.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني