Category Archives: An-Nakba

ماذا بعد إعلان موت حلّ الدولتين في فلسطين

لقد حان وقت توحيد خط النضال الفلسطيني في الوطن والمهاجر للتصدّي للهجمة الصهيونيّة العنصريّة على فلسطين.  بعد أن أمسى واضحًا للعالم أجمع أنّ حلّ الدولتين انتهى وأنّه فقد كلّ عناصر نجاحه وأنّ دولة إسرائيل تحكم وتتحكّم وتسيطر عسكريًّا وأمنيًّا وإداريًّا … Continue reading

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دمع الفخار

في ذكرى انسحاب الجيش الإسرائيلي من جنوب لبنان يوم 25 مايو/أيّار2000 أسترجع القصيدة الّتي انطلقت من القلب والعقل بعد لحظات من سماعي أخبار الانسحاب الإسرائيلي من جنوب لبنان دَمعُ الفَخَارِ وَهْمٌ تَنَاثَرَ كَالأَحْلامِ أنْ فَعَلُوا؟          أَمْ لِلْمُقَاوِمِ أقْوَالٌ لَهَا امْتَثَلُوا … Continue reading

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Near Future of Palestinian-Israeli Conflict – No Solution

It has been evident for some time that the powers that be within the international Zionist movement have decided to manage the Palestinian-Israeli conflict; not solve it.  They could have moved towards solving it after the Oslo Accords in 1993 … Continue reading

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Gideon Levy: The Single-state Solution Is Already Here

Finally, the one-state option to resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is starting to look possible – even though it might not be preferable – in the eyes of mainstream media.  Gideon Levy wrote the following article in Haaretz on October 17, … Continue reading

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AlJazeera English – Palestinians bid Jon Stewart a fond farewell

Yesterday (August 7, 2015), AlJazeera English published the following article written by Amer Zahr, a Palestinian-American stand-up comedian and law professor: http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2015/08/palestinians-bid-jon-stewart-fond-farewell-150803084528942.html Mr. Zahr wrote: Apart from the constant aerial bombardments and denials of our rights by Israel, we Palestinians … Continue reading

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Celebrating and/or Commemorating May 15: Where will Israelis and Palestinians go?

On May 15, Israelis celebrate the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948.  On the same day, Palestinians commemorate An-Nakba (Arabic for catastrophe); the total destructions of Palestinian society and establishing the state of Israel on its ruins. Is … Continue reading

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Netanyahu’s next step in dealing with Abu-Mazen’s winning strategy

Netanyahu does not know what to do next! In the highly unlikely event that Netanyahu accepts the creation of a Palestinian state on the Palestinian Territories of Gaza and the West Bank with Jerusalem as its capital, such a move … Continue reading

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