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Muhammad Shehada is a writer and civil society activist from the Gaza Strip and a student of Development Studies at Lund University, Sweden. He was the PR officer for the Gaza office of the Euro-Med Monitor for Human Rights.

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The EU must review its stance on Hamas

02 January, 2019

Comment: The EU's attitude to Hamas blocks the path to Palestinian reconciliation, and perpetuates division and occupation, writes Muhammad Shehada.

Axed CNN pundit latest victim of anti-Palestine censorship

30 November, 2018

Comment: CNN's decision to axe contributions from pundit Marc Lamont Hill over his comments at the UN puts the channel on the wrong side of history, writes Muhammad Shehada.

Israeli state terror will fail to pacify Gazans

13 November, 2018

Comment: Israel is attempting to intimidate and terrorise the civilian population of besieged Gaza for political gain, writes Muhammad Shehada.

Recycling Israeli propaganda tactics to defend Saudi Arabia

12 November, 2018

Comment: As principal allies of the West, Israel and Saudi Arabia should be held to the highest moral standards, writes Muhammad Shehada.

Saying Palestinians are oppressed by their leadership is victim-blaming

24 October, 2018

Comment: Don't tell us the PA is authoritarian, we live under both them and Israel, writes Muhammad Shehada.

The Israel-Myanmar repression handbook

17 October, 2018

Comment: The parallels between the military and political repression of Rohingya and Palestinians are striking, notes Muhammad Shehada.

Hamas forced to adapt as Arab solidarity fades

20 September, 2018

Comment: After Hamas' 2006 election victory, its leaders discovered Arab support was not as forthcoming as they'd expected, writes Muhammad Shehada.

Without Israel's blockade, Gaza would flourish

26 July, 2018

Comment: Gaza is a resilient and vibrant community that is poised to flourish. It's time to lift the blockade, writes Muhammad Shehada.

Why my friends are breaching Gaza's separation fence

23 May, 2018

For most Gazans the separation line perfectly embodies Israeli oppression and the hardship living in what a former British prime minister called 'an open-air prison', writes Muhammad Shehada.

Why Gazans are breaching the separation fence

23 May, 2018

For most Gazans the separation line perfectly embodies Israeli oppression and the hardship living in what a former British prime minister called 'an open-air prison', writes Muhammad Shehada.

The disheartening impossibility of leaving Gaza through Rafah border

05 April, 2018

Blog: Muhammad Shehada recalls his family's failed attempt to leave Gaza through the Rafah border, an experience hundreds go through.

Abbas should be removed by Palestinians, not by Washington

08 February, 2018

Comment: Abbas' fate should be decided by a Palestinian vote, not by a decision from Washington that replaces one authoritarian with another, writes Muhammad Shehada.

Muhammad Shehada
Muhammad Shehada

Muhammad Shehada is a writer and civil society activist from the Gaza Strip and a student of Development Studies at Lund University, Sweden. He was the PR officer for the Gaza office of the Euro-Med Monitor for Human Rights.

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