Professor Kamel Hawwash speech at Birmingham protest against Trump‘s recognition of Jerusalem as capital of Israel

Protest took place in Birmingham, UK on 23/12/2017 https://youtu.be/TnI8_l5u_gY

What’s next for Jerusalem?

First published in the Arab Weekly on 17/12/2017 Coming up with creative ideas to bring peace is laudable but rewarding Israel for its illegal policies can only reignite the conflict. For Palestinians, De­cember 6 may well be remembered as “Black Wednesday,” the day when the United States defied international law and consensus on the status …

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The worst ever deal? Trump declaring Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

First published by the Middle East Eye on 4/12/2017 2017 has been a dreadful year for the Palestinians and it could be about to end on an even worse note as Trump may hand Jerusalem to Israel on a plate   Palestinians had hoped that 2017, the year that marked the centenary of the Balfour …

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أحداث وأصداء: عن بيان منظمة التعاون الإسلامي عن الأحداث في المسجد الأقصى

قناة المغاربية في ٢/٨/٢٠١٧https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKgswbGcnNI

Israel is sleepwalking towards tyranny not practising democracy

First published by the Middle East Monitor on 28/7/2017 Israeli forces injure Palestinians with tear gas as they gather to enter the Al-Aqsa Mosque following the removal of Israeli security measures in Jerusalem on 27 July 2017 [Mahmoud İbrahem/Anadolu Agency] Let me start by acknowledging that democracy is in short supply in the Middle East. …

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بلا حدود: معركة السيطرة على الأقصى. . المقدسيون بوجه مخططات الإحتلال

قناة الجزيرة   تاريخ ٢٦/٧/٢٠١٧   الحلقه كاملة

برنامج وراء الحدث: جمعة الغضب نصرة للأقصى

مشاركتي يوم ٢١/٧/٢٠١٧ ببرنامج وراء الحدث على قناة الغدhttps://youtu.be/0v7TbpBmGRE

Attaque d’al-Aqsa : les Palestiniens quasiment abandonnés

18/7/2017 Middle East Eye FR La défense de la mosquée al-Aqsa, chérie par 1,6 milliard de musulmans de par le monde, a été laissée aux 300 000 Palestiniens de Jérusalem, qui font face à un occupant particulièrement brutal et impitoyable   Les implications de l’incident mortel de vendredi dernier à Al-Aqsa vont bien au-delà du …

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Al-Aqsa attack: Palestinians all but abandoned

First published by the Middle East Eye on 17/7/2017 With a weak response from Arab and Muslim countries to unprecedented restrictions at the Al-Aqsa mosque, Palestinians are left alone to defend the holy site from Israel's incursions The implications of the deadly incident last Friday at Al-Aqsa go way beyond the right to prayer. Five …

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No, it is not unfair to criticise Israel 

First published by the Middle East Monitor on 13/5/2017 Israeli security forces break up Palestinian protests organised to show solidarity with Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike, in Ramallah, West Bank on April 23, 2017 [Issam Rimawi / Anadolu Agency] As Palestinians mark a number of key, painful anniversaries in 2017, Israel is busy with not …

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