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Daoud Kuttab

Daoud Kuttab is a Palestinian journalist and media activist. He is the former Ferris Professor of Journalism at Princeton University. Kuttab is currently the Director General of Community Media Network (CMN). Follow him on Twitter: @daoudkuttab

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Trump's Jerusalem decision will end all hope of peace

05 December, 2017

President Donald Trump's contentious decision to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem will likely be the death knell for hopes of peace.

People power in Jerusalem: Al Aqsa's winners and losers

28 July, 2017

Comment: People power successfully pressured Israel into removing its controversial security measures at al Aqsa. This momentum must now be harnessed across Jerusalem and Palestine, writes Daoud Kuttab.

Abbas seeks out Chinese support for Palestine

19 July, 2017

Analysis: China has historically been a friend of Palestine, but its economic initiatives require increasing cooperation with Israel, writes Daoud Kuttab.

Shutting Palestinians out of al-Aqsa decision is disastrous

18 July, 2017

Comment: For Palestinians, the introduction of restrictions on the people of Jerusalem praying in their own mosque is an unacceptable constraint, writes Daoud Kuttab.

Conscious consumers: How Mennonite Church came to support BDS

10 July, 2017

Analysis: After two years of educational initiatives and deliberation, the Mennonite church has urged its congregations to 'avoid the purchase of products associated with acts of violence', writes Daoud Kuttab.

'Temporary' deals become entrenched injustices as Israeli occupation persists

26 June, 2017

Comment: Open-ended agreements reached without resolution always favour the occupier over the occupied, writes Daoud Kuttab.

Palestinian prisoners' hunger strike: The real winners and losers

31 May, 2017

Comment: A victory for Marwan Barghouti's hunger strikers has left many believing Mahmoud Abbas and others should have done more to support the protest, writes Daoud Kuttab.

The balance of power doesn't favour Palestinians

29 May, 2017

Comment: Going into negotiations without a framework for talks will only benefit Israel, the side with all the power, writes Daoud Kuttab.

Israeli belligerence casts shadow over Abbas visit to US

26 April, 2017

Analysis: The Palestinian president's Washington visit comes as the Israeli government continues its aggressive tone. He is expected to focus on security, negotiations and aid, writes Daoud Kuttab.

3G phone service set for great reception among Palestinians

21 April, 2017

Analysis: After years of delays, Palestinians will finally be able to enjoy use of 3G equipment that has been laying in Israeli warehouses for years, writes Daoud Kuttab.

Could Hamas' new charter end stalemate in Gaza?

06 April, 2017

Comment: Hamas' new charter might be more moderate, and make explicit reference to the two-state solution. Daoud Kuttab asks: Could this be key to their political integration?

Citizens not residents: A home run for Jerusalem-born Palestinians

28 March, 2017

Comment: For Daoud Kuttab and his family, Israel's ruling that restores residency rights to Jerusalem-born Palestinians who have been living outside the city, is a positive, if long overdue decision.

Daoud Kuttab
Daoud Kuttab

Daoud Kuttab is a Palestinian journalist and media activist. He is the former Ferris Professor of Journalism at Princeton University. Kuttab is currently the Director General of Community Media Network (CMN). Follow him on Twitter: @daoudkuttab

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