Società civile palestinese

Anti-Palestinian hate attacks in Jerusalem, northern Israel

Ma'an News Agency, 22/11/14

A boy walks past a car damaged during the demolition of the house of Abdelrahman Shaludi, a Palestinian who deliberately rammed his car into a crowd of pedestrians last month in Jerusalem, killing a young Israeli woman and a baby. (AFP/File Ahmad Gharabli)
A boy walks past a car damaged during the demolition of the house of Abdelrahman Shaludi, a Palestinian who deliberately rammed his car into a crowd of pedestrians last month in Jerusalem, killing a young Israeli woman and a baby. (AFP/File Ahmad Gharabli)

BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- A spate of anti-Palestinian hate attacks have been reported since late Thursday in Jerusalem and northern Israel, police and Israeli media said.

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Stealing the Land, Inch by Inch

IMEMC, November 05, 2014

Image by Doris Norrito
Image by Doris Norrito

 

Permits are required to visit the land and tend the precious olive and fruit trees; restrictions change on whim, and permits, frequently denied, make access impossible. Ultimately Israel declares the property abandoned and it becomes state property.

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Granting No Quarter: A Call for the Disavowal of the Racism and Antisemitism of Gilad Atzmon

US Palestinian Community Network, March 13, 2012

For many years now, Gilad Atzmon, a musician born in Israel and currently living in the United Kingdom, has taken on the self-appointed task of defining for the Palestinian movement the nature of our struggle, and the philosophy underpinning it. He has done so through his various blogs and Internet outlets, in speeches, and in articles. He is currently on tour in the United States promoting his most recent book, entitled, ‘The Wandering Who.’

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Oh Mondo - Oh This World - Video

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SAPORI E IDENTITÀ. Makmura, il piatto dell’autunno

23 ott 2014

Oggi la nostra  chef  Fidaa ci prepara un’altra ricetta semplice e gustosa, fatta con un’ingrediente di stagione: il cavolfiore

Nablus, 23 ottobre 2014, Nena News – Oggi sono andata al mercato e tra i vari tipi di verdure sui banconi c’era il cavolfiore. Allora, ho comprato un po’ di patate, le cipolle, le melanzane e un cavolfiore che useremo per la ricetta di oggi.

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