The use and abuse of administrative detention by Israel

First published by the Middle East Monitor on 7/1/2022 Palestinians holding banners gather to protest against the decision of Israel's "administrative detention" in front of the Red Crescent Building in Gaza City, Gaza on December 20, 2021 [Mustafa Hassona/Anadolu Agency] The Palestinian people rightly saluted Hisham Abu Hawash as a brave man who was prepared …

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Watch: Palestine-Israel tensions as Israel rejects the reopening of the US Consulate in East Jerusalem

I joined the Edge A news Turkey TV on 9/11/2021 Segment starts 30 minutes in. https://fb.watch/9asdK0q9k5/

Nakba 73: Memories of 1948

Honoured to have facilitated this conversation with Dr Ghada Karmi and Dr Salman Abu Sitta This was held on 10 May 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=114eIccaeXs&list=PL1badc-_HaZHKw6W-j2qbLkYJzcmtfeCH&index=14&ab_channel=PSC

Palestine solidarity is alive and well this Israeli Apartheid Week

First published in the New Arab on 16/3/2021 The theme of this year's Israeli Apartheid Week is 'United Against Racism' [Getty] Comment: This year, Israeli Apartheid Week activists explore Palestinian solidarity through the lens of anti-racism, despite ongoing efforts to silence them, writes Kamel Hawwash. Tags: Israeli Apartheid week, Palestinian solidarity, BDS, Israel, Boycott Solidarity …

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Opinión: Victoria contra el gobierno del Reino Unido es un paso clave para los activistas palestinos, pero queda un largo camino por recorrer

First published in English by the Middle east Eye on 1/5/2020 My thanks to the Palestinian Community in Chile for the translation on 7/5/2020 Mientras esperamos las últimas actualizaciones deprimentes diarias de las cifras de muertes por coronavirus, buscamos buenas noticias. Pero eso ha sido particularmente escaso para los palestinos, que han visto la creación …

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Victory over UK government marks a key step for Palestine activists – but a long road lies ahead

First published by the Middle East Eye on 1/5/2020 Supreme Court ruling was heartening, but continued pressure is needed to quash the government's anti-boycott efforts A protester ties the Palestinian flag to a lamppost opposite Downing Street (Reuters) s we await the latest daily depressing updates on coronavirus casualty figures, we look for good news. But that …

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To Israel, Palestinian blood isn’t just cheap, it is worthless

First published by the Middle East Monitor on 14/11/2019 elatives of Palestinian Mohammad Sharab, who was killed by Israeli air strikes in Gaza, mourn during his funeral ceremony on 14 November 2019 [Ashraf Amra/Anadolu Agency] Those interested in human rights should remember the name of Omar Haitham Al-Badawi, from Al-Arroub refugee camp near Hebron. He …

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Grenfell Tower and Christchurch, 2 prime ministers, one leader

First published by the Middle East Monitor on 22/3/2019 New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern leaves a gathering in honour for those killed in the Christchurch massacre on 22 March 2019 [MARTY MELVILLE/AFP/Getty Images] I had not heard of New Zealand’s 38-year-old prime minster Jacinda Ardern until the recent mosque massacres in Christchurch in which over 50 …

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آخر تطورات البريكسيت وخطة ماي البديلة

مشاركتي في برنامج الساعة الأخيرة على قناة العربي بتاريخ ٢١/١/٢٠١٩ https://youtu.be/I5sBqQaoAto

أعضاء في حزب ماي سيصوطون ضد اتفاقيتها وتأجيل الخروج يبدو الخيار الوحيد

مشاركتي في التغطية على قناة الغد بتاريخ ١٤/١/٢٠١٩ https://youtu.be/c8n4dzuaB3o