Palestinians in the UK speak out for the right to freedom of speech

This letter was published in the Guardian on 31 July 2018 Leading figures, including Prof Karma Nabulsi, Prof Kamel Hawwash, and Dr Ghada Karmi, put their community’s point of view The fundamental right to free expression, guaranteed by article 10 of the Human Rights Act, is first and foremost the right to “receive and impart …

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70 years of Nakba: Why can’t Palestinians walk home?

First published by the Middle East Eye on 18/5/2018 All who are interested in peace in historic Palestine must remember that we did not choose our occupiers; they chose Palestine, knowing it was not an empty land, and we paid with our lives and rights I would not be writing these words today if Israel …

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Interview: America’s Controversial Israel Embassy Move

I was interviewed by Press Tv's On The News Line which was transmitted on 26/2/2018 In a move that appears to have been meant to add more fuel to fire, the United States has pushed forward a controversial move to transfer its embassy to Jerusalem al-Quds. The transfer that US President Donald Trump had previously …

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حلقة نقاش: قرائة بين السطور في ذكرى النكبة على الساحة الأوروبية – بريطانيا نموذج

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A Palestinian view on the antisemitism row

The Guardian published my letter below online on 2 May 2016 and on print on 3 May 2016. The Guardian 3/5/2016 A Palestinian view on the antisemitism row Jonathan Freedland (My plea to the left, 30 April) asks us to imagine if a country far away was created for black people and asks if the …

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