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· November, 2005

Stories about Palestine from November, 2005

Palestine: A Palestinian Podcast

Yazan Malakha tells us that Iron Sheik seems to have started Kabobfest, a blog and a podcast from a Palestinain perspective. Worth listening to!

Palestine: Mourning the Olive

Nas says, when we mourn the loss of olive trees unjustly destroyed, we also remember the cactus for its spirit of resilience but above all, its patience.

Palestine: Gaza For Jerusalem?

In her return to blogging, Lawrence of Cyberia is optimistic. She says, she is enjoying as much as anybody the sight of the political realignment in Israel and the drawing...

This Week in Palestinian Blogs: Ending Occupation is What Really Matters to US

Rafah border was opened on the 25th of Nov, congratulations to all Palestinians! On Rafah crossing, Rafah Pundits say the agreement reached between Palestinian and Israeli authorities state that Israel...

Palestine: Vanunu is Terrorist?

The Cutter of Peace Palestine blog, publishes a letter from Mordechai Vanunu. He says: “…they want the Israel public to regard me as a terrorist.”

Palestine: Human Rights Observer Arrest

International Solidarity Movement (ISM) reports that a Human Rights Observer (HRO) from the UK was arrested in Tel Rumeida, Hebron earlier yesterday. He had just finished escorting Palestinian children to...

This Week in Palestinian Blogs: More than Checkpoints

Yesterday the 20th of November was the Universal Children's Day. Happy anniversary children of the World, may you celebrate this year and every year with joy, health and peace… Palestine...

This Week in Palestinian Blogs: Bethlehem Issues Call to the World

On behalf of Palestinian Bloggers, I extend my deepest condolences to the people of Jordan. We are all one in this. Those who died are our brothers and sisters, they...

Poetry for peace in Palestine

Kenyan poet, Mshairi celebrates “wisdom” over “darkness” in her poem “Yearning” dedicated to the family of the Palestinian boy killed by Israeli soldiers in the West Bank who have donated...

Palestine: Israel Used White Phosphorous

While the U.S. use of White Phosphorus in Iraq is still burning, umkahlil and thecutter are reminding that Israel used White Phosphorus in an antipersonnel mode in populated areas in...

This Week in Palestinian Blogs: More Violations of Human Rights and a Little Bit of Art

While most news wire took the comments of the Iranian president Mahmud Ahmadinejad on Israel out of context, in peacepalestine, an article from Tehran Times explains the context in which...

Palestine: Gaza Eid Joy

Even though Eid really isn't that much different from every other day it still gives an long needed opportunity for joy, Imaan says.

Palestine: Open Bethlehem

Bethlehem Bloggers wonders, Bethlehem, a place of Christian pilgrimage for centuries, will soon be encircled by Israel's security barrier. Is the town to become no more than a museum among...

Images from Palestine: Cameraman

“Cameraman” by Dave Berger

Israel: Italian Rally

Rebecca points to the Italians rally for Israel in response to the Iranian President's words. While on the same subject, umkalil wonders, perhaps they're celebrating the clinical death of thirteen...

Eid Around the World

Today was the first day of Eid Al Fitr around most of the Muslim countries and communities around the world. According to the Hijri calendar, this day marks the end...

Iran: Ahmadinejad on Palestinian TV

Rooznamenegar No ( which means New Journalist in Persian) says that Palestinian official TV was really indifferent to Ahmadinejad's anti Israel speech. He says Palestinian TV just reported comments from...

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