Stories about Palestine from October, 2007
“Can i just say i m sick and tired of sitting here studying while knowing that people in Gaza don't have anything to eat?” asks Palestinian blogger Al Falasteenyia.
“So if any of you spanish speaking Russians are thinking of buying a home- go to Israel! In fact, buy my house, will you? Because God knows I can't buy it back from the state of Israel- neither has my family since the day it was taken in 1948,” writes...
Deborah of Palestine shows Palestinian children dressed in new clothes to celebrate Eid, which marks the end of the month of Ramadan for Muslims. The photographs show children crossing Israeli checkpoints.
“The OneVoice Movement regrets that the Jericho Summit that was to be hosted by OneVoice Palestine on October 18th as part of its One Million Voices campaign is postponed due to security considerations,” announced the OneVoice Movement on its website.
Palestinian blogger and journalist Leila Haddad says she's expecting a new baby. “Yousuf has already taken to his new role as older sibling like a fish to water, and has promised to help me change diapers (a proposition I'm not likely to take him up on, unless perhaps I am...
Israeli blogger Daniel Lubetzky draws our attention to an article worth reading about the OneVoice Movement.
TV show Family Guy has been sued for being anti-semitic, writes Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah here.
Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah discusses female genital mutilation in Egypt and other African countries this post.
Palestinian blog Oranges and Olives discusses Islam, spirituality and civilisation in this post – after coming across songs by British Muslim singer Sami Yousef.
Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah claims that Playboy is now being slanted as anti-semitic.
Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah highlights aspects from Miss Arab World 2007. Despite being veiled, Ms Bahrain clinched the title.
QuiQui from Kabobfest discusses Middle Eastern billionaires in this post.