شبابيك: اليوم العالمي للشعوب الأصلية – الشعب الفلسطيني

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TV interview: ‘Completely immoral’: UK-based professor banned from visiting family in Palestine due to activism

I was interviewed by RT for report on 16/4/2017 Report here

Interview for Muslim Press

First published by Muslim Press on 7/3/2017 ‘Moving US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem would be explosive’ In an interview with Muslim Press, British Palestinian academic and writer on Middle East Affairs Kamel Hawwash said, “Moving the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem would be explosive as assessed by the Muslim world, the …

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2017 is the year of sad anniversaries for Palestinians

First published by the Arab Weekly on 19/2/2017 Israel continues to violate UN resolutions with im­punity and Palestinians can expect more bad anniversaries to mark. A 2016 picture shows a Palestinian youth waving the national flag on the 68th anniversary of the Nakba (AFP) 2017 is the year of anniver­saries for Palestinians. Sadly, none can …

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Only through unity can the Palestinians counter Paris and Trump

First published by the Middle East Monitor on 17/1/2016 Image of the Middle East peace talk about Israel-Palestinian territories’ in Paris, France on January 15, 2017 [Cem Özdel/ Anadolu Agency] Many more air miles have been collected and many more fine dinners have been consumed in five-star Parisian restaurants off the backs of the Palestinian …

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Could the Palestine-Israel conflict destroy the UN?

First published by the Arab Weekly on 15/1/2017 The vote on UN Security Council Resolution 2334 on the illegality of Israeli settlements in occupied Palestin­ian territories brought relations among the international body, Israel and the future US administration to a head. The United States unusually abstained on the resolution that criticised Israel while all other …

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UN resolution 2334 must be seen as a tool, not just a victory

First published by the Middle East Monitor on 9/7/2017 Image of the UN Security Council resolution that called Israel to stop settlement activities on Palestinian territories on December 23 2016 [Volkan Furuncu / Anadolu Agency] The Palestinians were set to conclude that their cause had been severely damaged in 2016 when the UN Security Council …

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Expecting more of the same for Palestinians

First published by the Arab Weekly on 25/12/2016 London - Palestinian Christians and Palestinian Muslims are looking back with deep concern at a year in which they saw their struggle for freedom and independence bat­tered. The Palestinians end the year with no sign of reconciliation be­tween the main political factions Hamas, which rules the Gaza …

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The Palestinians too should take back control of their destiny

First published by the Middle East Monitor on 12/12/2016 From the Middle East Monitor 2016 will be remembered for a new phrase that came to characterise popular uprisings against “the establishment” in the West. From the UK to the USA, “taking back control” struck a chord with the voters when it was adopted by Donald …

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With Bannon’s appointment, Israel is comfortable with anti-Semitism

First published by the Middle East Eye on Monday 28/11/2016 From MEE. A file photo of Stephen Bannon, who was recently named to be Donald Trump's chief strategist in the White House (Reuters) _________________________________________________________________ The cat is out of the bag: Israel is comfortable associating with suspected holding anti-Semitic and extremist right-wing views as long …

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