Added on 14/11/2013
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RAMZY BAROUD: An hour spent flipping between two Palestinian TV channels made it abundantly clear how Palestinians are missing a clear story about their present and future
Added on 01/05/2013
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RAMZY BAROUD: Palestine’s history has traditionally been told through the prism of an accepted Israeli or Western narrative. It’s time for Palestinians to tell their own story.
Added on 23/02/2012
Ben Gurion , Benny Morris , Christian Science Monitor , Der Spiegel , Hamas , Iran , Israel , Jarrah , Jerusalem , Palestine , Palestinian Territories , reasonable solution , the Christian Science Monitor , West Bank
RICHARD SILVERSTEIN: Nusseibeh is doing a remarkable and daring thing: he’s telling his audience that Israelis are scared, and that they must be partners.
Added on 18/02/2012
Alan Dershowitz , Benny Morris , Boston , David Horowitz , IDF , Israel , Jerusalem , Media , Phil Weiss , Sheldon Adelson , The Jerusalem Post , The Times
RICHARD SILVERSTEIN: Adelson, Klarman… Israel needs these far-right pro-Israel billionaires in its media like it needs a hole in the head.
Added on 15/09/2011
Ankara , Benny Morris , Cairo , Democracy , Egypt , Gaza , Israel , Israeli government , Knesset , Lebanon , Libya , Muslim Brotherhood , Palestine , Palestinian Territories , Sinai , Syria , Turkey , West Bank
CHRIS KEELER: Events have combined around the region to leave Israel feeling very isolated indeed. But many commentators there simply refuse to understand the reasons why they’re in this position.