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NEW YORK: Rock icon Roger Waters has joined Palestinian artists for a new song billed as a response to the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. To the sound of the oud lutes of Le Trio Joubran, one of the most prominent groups performing Palestinian traditional music, Waters recites verse ...
There is, of course, another vision, which nobody mentions: waiting for an opportunity to implement another Naqba, expel the entire Palestinian people from Palestine. However, such an opportunity seems unlikely to present itself a second time. Bibi seems unconcerned. He is a man of the status quo.

There is, of course, another vision, which nobody mentions: waiting for an opportunity to implement another Naqba, expel the entire Palestinian people from Palestine. However, such an opportunity seems unlikely to present itself a second time. Bibi seems unconcerned. He is a man of the status quo.
The narrators proclaim Australia Day as “the day of Naqba (catastrophe) for Indigenous people … just as Palestinians call Israel's Independence Day 'The Catastrophe'.” Meanwhile, Palestinian-born author and playwright Samah Sabawi posted a poem on Facebook earlier this month, which she said she ...
“If Israelis would recognize the Naqba”—the “disaster,” when seven hundred and fifty thousand Palestinians went into exile as a result of the 1948 war—and “Palestinians would make clear that, with peace, Israelis could visit the Temple Mount—the Haram al-Sharif—then almost half of the Israeli Jews ...
Friday also saw the US announce that it will bring forward to May 14, 2018 the planed relocation of its embassy to Jerusalem. This is the most provocative date imaginable, marking the 70th anniversary of Israel declaring independence and what the Palestinians know as the Naqba, or "day of catastrophe.".

Setelah menyatakan Yerusalem sebagai ibu kota Israel, Amerika Serikat memastikan akan memindahkan kedutaan besarnya dari Tel Aviv mulai Mei mendatang. Dikutip dari DailyMail akhir minggu ini, langkah AS dilakukan bertepatan dengan peringatan kemerdekaan ke-70 negara Yahudi yang jatuh ...
Friday also saw the US announce that it will bring forward to May 14, 2018 the planed relocation of its embassy to Jerusalem. This is the most provocative date imaginable, marking the 70th anniversary of Israel declaring independence and what the Palestinians know as the Naqba, or "day of catastrophe.".
Setelah menyatakan Yerusalem sebagai ibu kota Israel, Amerika Serikat memastikan akan memindahkan kedutaan besarnya dari Tel Aviv mulai Mei mendatang. Dikutip dari DailyMail akhir minggu ini, langkah AS dilakukan bertepatan dengan peringatan kemerdekaan ke-70 negara Yahudi yang jatuh ...
The narrators proclaim Australia Day as “the day of Naqba (catastrophe) for Indigenous people … just as Palestinians call Israel's Independence Day 'The Catastrophe'.” Meanwhile, Palestinian-born author and playwright Samah Sabawi posted a poem on Facebook earlier this month, which she said she ...
“If Israelis would recognize the Naqba”—the “disaster,” when seven hundred and fifty thousand Palestinians went into exile as a result of the 1948 war—and “Palestinians would make clear that, with peace, Israelis could visit the Temple Mount—the Haram al-Sharif—then almost half of the Israeli Jews ...
„The Naqba … I read in Jerusalem Post, under the picture of a Palestinian in a rage: “We will wait another 67 years, but we will never give up.” She has been waiting for 67 years for “the big comeback”, and she wants to wait 67 years again! And during this time Israel has become a flourishing country, at the ...
A Palestinian man holds a lock placed symbolically in protest around the main gate of the office of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), at the UN offices compound in the West bank city of Hebron, 17 January 2018. (Photo: ABED AL HASHLAMOUN/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock).
... violence, and war which, in 1948, brought an inglorious British retreat, the birth of Israel, and the great Naqba or disaster, which turned the majority of Arabs living in Palestine into refugees in neighbouring Arab countries. Territories intended for a Palestinian state came under the rule of Jordan and Egypt.
With red Kufiya Empedernidamente close to head, master Cantero Jatib is at 76 years one survivors of 700,000 Palestine refugees of NAQBA (disaster, in Arabic). With ir descendants y now form a diaspora of more than five million disseminated by East Jerusalem, West Bank and Gaza, as well as Jordan, ...
After the withdrawal of Mandatory British forces, Israel flouted this resolution and annexed West Jerusalem and war broke out in 1948, following the Naqba 'the Catastrophe' in which Zionist militias forcibly evicted around 7 lakh Palestinians from their land. In 1967 Six Day War, Israel again annexed the ...
The Star of David fluttering over the Mosque of Omar has evoked the deepest, most visceral, passions among Muslims and defined the merciless, zero-sum game of Middle East politics for decades. For a while old man Arafat's PLO sold the Naqba (catastrophe, when in '48 Palestinians were plucked from ...

Sumud includes people who regard 1948 as a miracle and others who see it as a naqba, a catastrophe. Rather than waiting for some magic day when everyone's story collapses into a master narrative, Sumud campers are trying something new: creating a space where people can be together in their ...
Sometimes a fragment reveals more than a tome. Karma Nabulsi, a politics professor at Oxford University, introduced me to one such fragment. Did I know, she asked, that Winston Churchill sent the Black and Tans to Palestine? That conversation helped me grasp why Irish people tend to feel a sense of ...
The decision sparked a furious reaction from Palestinians, who object to the US recognition of the disputed city as Israel's capital and call May 14 -- which in 2018 marks 70 years since Israel's declaration of independence -- Naqba, their "day of catastrophe." The choice of the date, a year earlier than ...
The survey shows that both sides would be more amenable to two states if their main concerns (for Israelis: security and terrorism and recognition of Jewish rights on the Temple Mount; for Palestinians: acknowledgement of the Naqba and the refugee question) were put on the table. Both Palestinians and ...
To mount a befitting campaign against Trump's unwise decision of accepting Jerusalem as Israel's capital, the Palestinian diaspora has to become politicized, acting more like a professional lobby than occasional awakenings to mark Yom al-Ard or Yom al-Naqba (Land Day or Day of Catastrophe).
The League of Nations required that Britain incorporate the declaration into the legal makeup of the Palestinian Mandate, thus opening the floodgates to Jewish immigration. To many people in the West, the creation of the state of Israel is a moral triumph. To the Arabs, it is al Naqba or the catastrophe.
Asheville, NC. — The North America Nakba Tour and The Asheville Committee for Palestinian Human Rights invite you to “The Exiled ...
Nakba, Arabic for “catastrophe,” refers to the displacement and ethnic cleansing that took place in Palestine when Jews began to immigrate ...
The Arabs call this the “naqba” – catastrophe. (By the way, they were not driven out of Palestine, as many believe. A large part found refuge in ...
During this period, hundreds of thousands of Palestinians were exiled from their country, an occurrence they call “al-Nakba,” or “the ...
Memories of the Nakba are being widely reclaimed today (as the Holocaust was remembered in the 1970s). The Nakba is ours because it ...
Now, following a difficult gestation, those experiences have produced a groundbreaking historical study, “Nakba and Survival: The Story of the ...
Rav Shagar grew up as a religious Zionist. He was a student of R. Zvi Yehuda Kook (1891-1982), fought in the Yom Kippur War in 1973 where ...
Sumud includes people who regard 1948 as a miracle and others who see it as a naqba, a catastrophe. Rather than waiting for some magic ...
Every year on May 15, Palestinians around the world, numbering about 12.4 million, mark the Nakba, or "catastrophe", referring to the ethnic ...
Sometimes a fragment reveals more than a tome. Karma Nabulsi, a politics professor at Oxford University, introduced me to one such fragment.
Bethlehem, occupied West Bank - Abd al-Qader al-Lahham remembers the sweet taste of fruit, the rolling hills of olive trees, the rippling fresh ...
Palestinians commemorated the 69th anniversary of the Nakba, the "day of catastrophe", in which Israel was officially declared a state following ...
On Sunday Palestinians marked the anniversary of being uprooted sixty-eight years ago — the Nakba. When Israel was created in 1948, ...
Whether such ideas take hold in Israel or not—and with the strong uptick in nationalism that we have witnessed in Israel over the past 15 years, we should not minimize this possibility—the fear of a second naqba will almost certainly sweep through the Palestinian Territories, the broader Middle East, and ...
... that had been held at the theater which it said violated the 'Nakba law. ... minister may cut the funding of any institution that marks Nakba Day, ...
In 1948, Ash Shajara was one of the 480 villages destroyed in what is known as the “Nakba,” or catastrophe. The Nakba is the devastation of ...
... North America Nakba Tour. To learn more about the 2017 Nakba Tour, visit nakbatour.com or the North America Nakba Tour Facebook page.
Every time that a local Hillel hosts a controversial event — such as the screening of Nakba films in 2016 at the Brown University Hillel, or a ...
Al-Ali's Palestinian identity was central to his expression, drawing attention to what he went through as child of the Nakba; the loss of a ...
“Many Arab citizens, who had survived in their land after Nakba [the 'catastrophe' of Israel's creation], were unable to register for citizenship due ...
Palestinian society was 80 percent agrarian at the time of the Nakba, and displacement into refugee camps cut them off from their villages and ...
This is known as the Nakba, and is a violation of international law. A Palestinian protester, left, throws a stone toward an Israeli soldier aiming ...
Benny Morris' criticism of Adel Manna's important book “Nakba and Survival: The Story of the Palestinians Who Remained in Haifa and the ...
The stories of who lived on this slip of parched earth and how they lived before Nakba — Arabic for “catastrophe” — is shrouded in obscurity.
“This is how a Nakba starts,” he said. “I pray that they do not bring a third Nakba on themselves”. “They'll lose control, the whole situation will ...
We are now in the 60th year of the Nakba. There are now those who are dancing on the graves of our dead, and who consider our Nakba their ...
Every year on May 15, Palestinians around the world, numbering about 12.4 million, mark the Nakba, or "catastrophe", referring to the ethnic ...


 

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