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Palestinian Journeys: archiving the struggle and continuing the resistance

13 February, 2018

Documenting Palestinian history since the Ottoman Empire, highlighting Palestine's trademark 'sumoud', or persistence, Palestinian Journeys is a new platform worth exploring.

UN giving 'green light' to Riyadh's human rights abuses

31 January, 2018

The international community must take a stand against Saudi Arabia's arbitrary detentions and disappearances, rights lawyer Rodney Dixon QC tells The New Arab.

Saudi woman breaks Aramco's glass ceiling, becomes top manager

26 January, 2018

Hanan al-Ayyan beat all obstacles and worked relentlessly to attain her position as head of refining, making her the first woman to tackle this senior post in the oil company.

Netanyahu's crimes come to light as #ShalomBollywood selfie backfires

19 January, 2018

Many were angry at Bollywood's normalisation of the Israeli government, which has been accused of carrying out apartheid policies, breaking international law and besieging nearly two million people.

On Israel's claims of eradicating Palestine 'for peace'

29 December, 2017

The racism that comes out of Tel Aviv is not something new, but has surged as the international arena has created a safe-space for such inflammatory rhetoric to come out.

Israeli intelligence minister invites Saudi crown prince to visit

13 December, 2017

Israel's intelligence minister Yisrael Katz told Saudi media that Israel would be happy to host Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman amid rumours of rapprochement between the two countries.

Israel will return Lebanon to the Stone Age: minister

13 December, 2017

Israeli intelligence minister Yisrael Katz said that with Israel’s "expansion", the whole of Lebanon could potentially be targeted to curb Hizballah's influence.

Londoners protest outside US embassy in solidarity with Jerusalem

08 December, 2017

London was not the first city to protest in solidarity with Jerusalem, and it won't be the last. Trump's announcement has fuelled the passion behind the ever-strengthening Palestine solidarity movement.

How disabled Arabs are using journalism to fight discrimination

03 December, 2017

Feature: Some discriminatory perceptions of disability may still remain in the Arab mainstream, but they are now slowly being unpicked and understood as campaigns move forward and stories become heard.

'Her timelessness lives on': Arab world mourns Shadia's death

29 November, 2017

The Arab world grieves the loss of an icon and fans are adamant that Shadia's legacy will live on through the generations...

'We da best': Palestinians celebrate DJ Khaled knafeh doppelgänger

23 November, 2017

Palestinians found a video of a 'DJ Khaled lookalike' serving knafeh in Nablus and they are unable to contain themselves...

Pro-Israel media threatened by children's book that embraces Palestine

23 November, 2017

The sheer hate the children's book P is for Palestine has received has encouraged others to buy the book and has shed light on the extortionate anti-Palestinian rhetoric.

Diana Alghoul
Diana Alghoul

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