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· June, 2007

Stories about Palestine from June, 2007

Palestine: What's Going On in Gaza?

"In this day and age communications can turn the devil into angel and beat the angel to a pulp," says blogger Ramzi Khoury. This week, Jillian York attempts to dig...

Palestine: Daily Misery

Palestinian Haitham Sabbah posts videos produced and published by B’tselem (The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories) showing the misery Palestinians undergo.

Arabeyes: The Moment of Truth for a Jordanian Father

Today's Arabeyes makes five stops - two in Kuwait and Saudi each and a last stop in Jordan, where a blogger and journalist is forced to face himself and take...

Mideast: Networking Arab Journalists

“Most Americans can’t tell the difference between Arabs and non-Arabs and they often use the terms Muslim and Arab interchangeably,” writes Ray Hanania in an article on networking Arab journalists.

Dark Skinned Palestinians

There are dark skinned Palestinians, lashes out Rebellious Arab Girl, after fair-skinned countrywoman taunted her for her dark skin.

Palestine: What's Happening?

Palestinian Kawthar Salam writes about “what is really happening in Gaza and the West Bank.”

Tunisia: Divide and Conquer

Subzero Blue from Tunisia shares his ideas on the divide and conquer situation in Palestinian politics here.

Palestine: New Hobby

Palestinian blogger Rebellious Arab Girl has found a new hobby. Click here to find out more.

Israel: No Summer Holidays for Palestinian Children

Israeli Desert Peace draws attention to the plight of Palestinian children in this post.

Lebanon: Palestinians Want ‘Normal’ Life

Sietske in Beirut writes about how Palestinians now just want to live in peace and have normal lives in this post.

Palestine: Evil Eye

Dino Chocoholic, a Palestinian blogger living in the UAE, thinks she has been cast with an evil eye. Click here to read more.

Palestine: Kidnapers Afraid to Release Johnston

Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah links to an article which explains why the captors of kidnapped British journalist Alan Johnston are afraid to release him.

Palestine: Sharm Expectations

Charles Levinston briefs us on what is expected from an Arab Summit at Sharm El Sheikh on the latest Palestinian infighting.

Arabeyes: How the Palestinians Defeated Themselves!

What is happening in Palestine? Why have the Palestinians turned against each other? What is fueling the conflict? Who is the victor and who is really being defeated? And what...

Palestine: A Classic Case of Divide and Rule?

With so much happening on the ground, this week many of the blogs by Palestinians, and those focused on Palestinian issues, have kept their attention on the ongoing events in...

Lebanon, Iraq, Palestine: “Mashreq is imploding”

Watching events in Lebanon, Iraq and Palestine (Fr), Stroobia writes, “Mashreq is imploding” (Fr).

Palestine: Olive Trees Dilemma

Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah reports that residents of the West Bank settlement outpost of Adei Ad uprooted 300 olive trees belonging to Palestinian farmers about a week ago and replanted...

Jordan: DAM Rocks Amman

In their first concert in an Arab country, Palestinian hip hop trio DAM, rocked Amman last night as part of the Fete De La Musique (Music Day) series of concerts...

Israel: Oh Really!!!?

Israeli blogger Yisrael Medad says: “Oh, really!!!?” in response to Palestinian President Mahmood Abbas‘ comment: “There is no dialogue with these murderous terrorists.”

Arabeyes: World Refugee Day – Focus on Iraq

As the world marks the World Refugee Day today, the Middle East finds itself again at the centre of a mounting humanitarian tragedy. With more than 4 million of the...

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