مؤسسة اقرأ لرعاية الكتاب والسنة في القدس KADAITCHA Research Documents Behind The Wall (BW) is an online portal for Palestinian youth voice. It provides a platform for teenagers to speak honestly and openly about their opinions and experiences in the Occupied Territories. The BW publication does not advocate any political, religious, or cultural agenda. It merely offers a transparent window into the hearts and minds of Palestinian youth. The Israel Lobby and U.S. Contrary to common belief, the material and diplomatic support the United States provides to Israel cannot be explained by the two country's shared strategic or security interests or compelling moral imperatives, argue Harvard scholar Stephen Walt and University of Chicago political scientist John Mearsheimer in a recent study. Read more about the controversy caused by Mearsheimer and Walt's arguments by clicking here. Gaza Strip Economic Development StrategyThe Israeli withdrawal from Gaza Strip has formed a historical transformation in the Arab-Israeli conflict. To read the plan, click here.
المركز الدولي للأبحاث والدراسات في العمل الخيري - مداد Edward Said documentary revisits Oslo period I came across this great documentary called “In Search of Palestine” from a friend that was aired on the BBC in 1998. It is about the return of Edward Said to Palestine for the first time since his exile in 1948. For anyone interested in revisiting the pre-Second Intifada Oslo period, it is a spectacular look at the situation on the ground with the preeminent Palestinian scholar of his time. It also includes interviews with a number of interesting personalities including Israel Shahak, Azmi Bishara, Mahmoud Darwish, Ibrahim Abu-Lughod, Daniel Barenboim, and others. For those who don’t know Edward Said, who passed away in 2003, he was a Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University and author of several renowned and influential books, including Orientalism.
Centre for Palestine Studies | LMEI | SOAS Centre for Palestine Studies (CPS) The Centre for Palestine Studies (CPS) was established in 2012 under the umbrella of the London Middle East Institute at SOAS. The question of Palestine has long been a fundamental issue to the Middle East with far-reaching global significance. The Israel-Palestine conflict is one of the most complex and protracted conflicts of our time. For SOAS, the study of Palestine and Palestinians has always been a prominent feature of research and teaching, involving a considerable number of staff and students. The CPS organises lectures, seminars and conferences, film screenings and other events. Contact: Telephone: E-mail: email@example.com
هيئة علماء المسلمين في العراق Thirsting for Justice - Join the Campaign for Palestinian Water Rights إحسان - رابطة الشبكة العالمية لدراسة الحديث Book review: ‘In Your Eyes a Sandstorm’ Bedouin citizens of Israel from al-Arakib (Photo: Mya Guarnieri) The Palestinian Authority’s United Nations bid for statehood is, in a word, divisive. It has set America and Israel adrift from the international community—confirming, yet again, the United States’ deep bias towards Israel. The request is also controversial within Palestinian circles. Interviews in Ramallah reveal no clear consensus. Arthur Neslen’s groundbreaking new book, In Your Eyes a Sandstorm: Ways of Being Palestinian, holds some answers. A collection of 51 in-depth interviews of Palestinians from all walks of life, In Your Eyes a Sandstorm introduces readers to everyone from a Hamas official, to a Palestinian citizen of Israel who served in the Israeli government, to sisters who were born and raised in Beirut’s Shatila camp, to a drug dealer in East Jerusalem, to a West Bank zoo curator. Neslen points his attention to Palestinians in the West Bank, Gaza, Israel, Lebanon, and Jordan. But this is a minor complaint.
المنظمة الإسلامية للتربية والعلوم والثقافة - إيسيسكو Existence is Resistance