Opinion

Greece, Europe, and Palestine

by Najeh Shahin I love Greece. Not only because of Plato, Aristotle, Sophocles, Oedipus, the Greek charming mythology, but also because Greece has always been part of our “world”. Greece …

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Kerry, Israel, Palestine and Terrorism

PNN/OPINION By Robert Fantina. United States Secretary of State John Kerry has once again visited the Middle East, to exert his particular brand of useless influence on Palestinian President and Israeli puppet …

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People, Not Numbers

The absence of a human factor in coverage of the occupied Palestinian territory, is potentially leading to international apathy rather than action.

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What it means to cancel Oslo by Omar Shaban

Palestinians continue to demand the cancellation of the Oslo Accords signed in 1993 between the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), as the representative of the Palestinian people, and the government of …

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Erekat: What Israel seeks is Apartheid

Saeb Erekat – The Secretary-General of the Palestine Liberation Organisation. At the end of August 1993, I accompanied Farouk Kaddoumi, The PLO’s foreign minister, to a meeting of Arab foreign …

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