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الشعب الفلسطيني يستحق قيادة أفضل

الشعب الفلسطيني يستحق قيادة أفضل

Dec 06, 2014 Palestine

تضاربت الأنباء عن مرض الرئيس الفلسطيني وتداولت وسائل الاعلام الفلسطينية والعربية الموضوع بقلق شديد ، البعض أكد الخبر والبعض الاخر من حاشية الرئيس سارع الى النفي المطلق له. بغض النظر عن صحة الخبر ، عباس حتى وإذ لم يكن مريضاً صحيا اليوم ، فهو رجل كبير في السن وبلغ 80 عام وإذا كان هناك أمور […]

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Mahmoud Abbas is Being Challenged by a Fearsome Rival

Mahmoud Abbas is Being Challenged by a Fearsome Rival

Mar 22, 2014 Mahmoud Abbas, Mohammad Dahlan, Palestine

As he struggles to realize a Palestinian state, pressures are mounting on Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinians’ aging president. They come from among his own people. His erstwhile security chief, Mohammad Dahlan, has turned on his former master, accusing him of complicity in poisoning his predecessor, Yasser Arafat, of promoting his two sons to the pinnacle […]

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A Personal Middle East Conflict In The Fight For Palestine

A Personal Middle East Conflict In The Fight For Palestine

Jan 21, 2014 Palestine

The Twitter account @Ikhras means “shut up” in Arabic. It devotes a fair share of its time to attacking Hussein Ibish, a moderate advocate for a Palestinian state. The attacks are harsh and unrelenting, if not always accurate, and favor words like “liar” and “clown” and “house Arab.” But sometimes, the takedowns are more sophisticated. […]

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A New Palestinian Movement: Young, Networked, Nonviolent

A New Palestinian Movement: Young, Networked, Nonviolent

Jan 17, 2014 Arab Street, Palestine

Fadi Quran is the face of the new Middle East. He is 23, a graduate of Stanford University, with a double major in physics and international relations. He is a Palestinian who has returned home to start an alternative-energy company and see what he can do to help create a Palestinian state. He identifies with […]

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Building New Palestine With the Arc

Building New Palestine With the Arc

Jan 09, 2014 Palestine

The peaceful uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt have inspired many in the Muslim Middle East to think critically about how they might transform their countries into a better place for themselves and their children. The protests have led some authoritarian regimes to reconsider their ways, and have driven others to react violently to oppress peaceful […]

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