Is Abbas serving the Palestinians or fooling them?

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas speaks during a meeting of the Palestinian leadership at his compound in the West Bank By Motasem A Dalloul Earlier this month, the Palestinian Authority announced that it would start preparing a plan for full disengagement from the Israeli occupation. The decision was taken by the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organisation, which held a three-hour meeting chaired by PA and Fatah President Mahmoud Abbas in his headquarters in the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah. The plan was approved unanimously by the Executive Committee, which is dominated by Abbas loyalists, and covers the political, administrative, economic … Continue reading Is Abbas serving the Palestinians or fooling them?

Israel needs Abbas to solve Gaza crisis

ARTICLE SUMMARY Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas could perhaps solve the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip, but he would rather let Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu handle the terrible situation he created. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas chairs a meeting of the PLO Executive Committee at the Palestinian Authority headquarters in Ramallah, West Bank, Feb. 3, 2018 A well-publicized clash between Israel’s defense and political echelons has occurred yet again. At issue this time is not a disagreement over military matters or the desired intensity of reactions to terrorism. Rather, it is the question of whether the Gaza Strip is collapsing or “only” … Continue reading Israel needs Abbas to solve Gaza crisis

Ahmad Jarrar: The handsome fighter

At the age of 24, Ahmad Nasr Jarrar, who is a resident of Burqin town in Jenin, has become a source of inspiration for a new generation of Palestinian youths. Images of two young people who represent different forms of resistance against the occupation have recently emerged in the Palestinian society. The first is for Ahed al-Tamimi: a beautiful girl slapping an Israeli soldier, while the second is for Ahmad Jarrar: a handsome young man alone facing an entire army. A model Israeli affairs expert Mu’awiya Mousa said that the biggest fear in the Israeli intelligence and security circles is … Continue reading Ahmad Jarrar: The handsome fighter

Palestine conspiracy, impasse and way out

General labourers, fishermen and farmers gather to call for a successful Fatah-Hamas reconciliation, on September 24, 2017 in Gaza By Firas Abu Hilal It is clear that a new international and regional conspiracy is being prepared to liquidate the Palestinian cause, and bring an end to the Arab-Israeli conflict in favour of the occupying power, without achieving even a minimum of objectives for the Palestinian people. This conspiracy is no longer a speculative interpretation of history, or a way of escaping our internal problems by blaming others. It has become the topic talked about in major Western and Hebrew media … Continue reading Palestine conspiracy, impasse and way out

The Zionist Lehi was the last self-proclaimed terrorist group

Menachem Begin, Former Prime Minister of Israel By Asa Winstanley Secret files released by MI5 in December give a fascinating new insight into a bombing campaign which terrorised London in the years following the Second World War. This was carried out by some of the Zionist groups fighting to seize control of Palestine from the British government who took their campaign of bloodshed to Britain. They targeted government offices and sent letter bombs to ministers, including future Prime Minister Anthony Eden, post-war Labour Prime Minister Clement Attlee, Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin, Chancellor Stafford Cripps and wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill. According to … Continue reading The Zionist Lehi was the last self-proclaimed terrorist group

DIGIDOCTOR – Toeval Bestaat Niet

Lief gewaardeerd netwerk, Ik wil jullie vandaag meenemen in mijn business journey, waarbij ik ga ik aantonen dat toeval niet bestaat… Hoe je als je je passie volgt, alles op je pad vindt dat je nodig hebt, ook al is het niet altijd wat je wilt 😉 DigiDoctor Sabine Fonderson Een tijdje geleden kreeg ik via ons gedeelde netwerk contact met Dr. Sabine Fonderson, de founder van DigiDoctor Ltd, een gedreven arts, en Heart Worker. Niet wetende van elkaars achtergrond, vroeg ze me of ik interesse had om eens te kijken naar haar Startup. Ik gaf haar mijn nummer en we … Continue reading DIGIDOCTOR – Toeval Bestaat Niet

How Ahed Tamimi became an icon to Palestinians

By Ahmad Melhem RAMALLAH, West Bank — An Israeli military court indicted 16-year-old Ahed Tamimi on five counts of assault for attacking two soldiers on Dec. 15, thus extending her detention as well as that of her mother, Nariman Tamimi, for eight additional days. A hearing is scheduled for Jan. 9. Ever since Ahed was arrested on Dec. 19 over a video in which she is seen slapping and kicking Israeli soldiers in front of her family home, she has received considerable attention and support. An online campaign is demanding Ahed’s release, while the hashtag #AhedTamimi has trended all over social media, in particular on Twitter with tens of thousands of tweets. The protesters in the village of Nabi … Continue reading How Ahed Tamimi became an icon to Palestinians