OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Hundreds of Israeli occupation soldiers and policemen were deployed since the early morning hours of Saturday in the vicinity of the holy Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem. Najeh Bukairat, the head of the manuscripts and heritage in the Aqsa mosque, said that the soldiers were deployed near the Maghareba gate apparently to block entrance of worshippers to the mosque on Sunday when Israeli officials are planning to storm its plazas. He told Quds Press that hundreds of border policemen and police forces were pouring into the vicinity of the mosque since the early morning hours, calling on … Continue reading IOA mobilizes forces near Aqsa mosque
Press Release British Solidarity Organisations participate in Global March to Jerusalem London: 10th Feb 2012 A number of Islamic, Arab and British Palestinian solidarity organisations will meet this Monday 13th Feb to discuss plans for activities of the Global March to Jerusalem. The meeting is on the invitation of the Palestinian Forum in Britain (PFB), the Association of Palestinian Community (APC) and the British Muslim Initiative (BMI). These organisations, alongside many other British solidarity organisations, have announced their intention for active participation in the Global March to Jerusalem by organising a large protest in front of the Israeli embassy in … Continue reading Organisations participate in Global March to Jerusalem
GAZA, Feb 10 (KUNA) — Palestinian factions Friday warned thousands of the Israeli Likud party members against storming Al-Aqsa Mosque next Sunday. Ahmad Qurei, member of PLO’s Executive Committee, said those Likuk members planned to “call for building their so-called Jewish skeleton on the remnants of this mosque. “These repeated calls over the intention to build the so-called skeleton at the expense of Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Israeli supreme court’s decision to allow Jews to pray in Al-Aqsa Mosque is paving the way to dividing Al-Aqsa Mosque between Muslims and Jews …,” said Qurei. The mosque is “a private and … Continue reading Palestinian factions warn against Likudists entry of Al-Aqsa mosque
woensdag 22 februari 2012 6:00 tot 9:00 As part of Israeli Apartheid Week at Middlesex University, we welcome all of you to wear your Keffiyeh/Palestine scarf’s to University. Don’t worry if you don’t have one, as Interpal will be having a stall in the Quad, selling Keffiyeh’s at discounted prices! We hope this will be a striking symbol of solidarity and love with the Palestinian people, so don’t forget on, Tuesday 21st Feb, to wear your keffiyeh to Uni! Continue reading Wear your Keffiyeh/Palestine Scarf to Uni day!
@Omar_Gaza last i heard some likud officials denied they had to do with this. Iguess we’ll see #KhaderAdnan reaches day 57, a martyr in Gaza, Likud threatening to demolish AlAqsa 2morrow. And this, precisely, is why we must resist UPDATE: According to @GazaTVNews, one Palestinian has been killed and several other injured in latest air strikes in #Gaza #israel killes over 1500 of which 352 kids, in only 22 DAYS (22 DAYS) in only 1 of the MANY MASSACRES Short before Cast Lead #US supplied #israel 1000 GBU-39 Bunker busters nuclearheads carrying each 75kg depleted uranium I’m reading disturbing news about clashes in #Jerusalem now #IOFplaced numerous checkpoints seems 2morrow will b … Continue reading News from Palestine 11.02.2012
Commentary by Palestinian Iraqi immigrant to Norway – Dana A. Mahmoud My family is originally Palestinian from Haifa. My grandparents (from both sides) were born in Haifa, which is now part of Israel. In 1948, during the conflict that followed the 1947 United Nations General Assembly Resolution 181 (11) ‘Future Government of Palestine’ (also called the Partition Plan for Palestine), my grandparents, on both sides, left for safety to Basra, Iraq. For 6 months they were in flight because of the violence and death that broke out in the Haifa region. Then they moved to Baghdad, Iraq. I call myself a … Continue reading Seeking Home – Immigrant Stateless Women Norway
BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) – Islamic Jihad prisoner Khader Adnan, who has been on hunger strike for 56 days, asserted Saturday that he would continue with his strike because he is defending his dignity and not fasting in vain. In a letter from Zeiv Hospital where he is receiving treatment, Adnan said he only drinks water and that he lost 42 kilograms. “I started my battle offering my soul to God almighty and adamant to go ahead until righteousness triumphs over falsehood. I am defending my dignity and my people’s dignity and not doing this in vain. “The Israeli occupation has gone … Continue reading Hunger-striking prisoner not backing down