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Shaden Abdulrahman

Co-founder, editor & Social Media lunatic at 7iber.com

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Latest posts by Shaden Abdulrahman

28 November 2005

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...

21 November 2005

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...

14 November 2005

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...

7 November 2005

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...

31 October 2005

This Week in Palestinian Blogs

Three major issues forced themselves to appear on Palestinian blogs this week: 1) The so called Gaza disengagement, 2) The discriminatory Apartheid Wall (which imprisons Palestinians in the largest jail...

24 October 2005

This Week in Palestinian Blogs

In The Electronic Intifada, Palestinian DAM, the first Arab World rap group from Lydd and US based band the Philistines take NYC's East Village by storm! Their CD is finally...

17 October 2005

From the Palestinian Blogsphere

Palestine Blogs stresses the similarities between the Apartheid Wall in South Africa and the Israeli Apartheid Wall in Palestine in the ethnic nature and colonial agenda. Mohammed Abed further adds...

10 October 2005

Palestinian Bloggers Blog for a Purpose!

Living under occupation Palestinian bloggers might be small in number but definitely big in mission and purpose. If you were Palestinian, fortunate enough to have Internet access and run a...

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