Posts Tagged “Israeli oppression”

Host an Iftar to help Gaza refugees

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Host an Iftar to help Gaza refugees

Host an Iftar to help Gaza refugees The United Nations Relief and Works Agency is organizing worldwide support for Palestinian refugees living in the Israeli besieged Gaza Strip this Ramadan. You can help, too, by hosting an “Iftar for Gaza” event and donating proceeds to support the Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip. This is…

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Israeli troops detain Palestinian reporter at border crossing

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Israeli troops detain Palestinian reporter at border crossing

Israeli troops detain Palestinian reporter at border crossing Israeli security forces should immediately release Bakr Abdel Haq, a correspondent for the Palestinian Authority’s broadcaster Palestine TV, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. Israeli troops on March 23 arrested Abdel Haq, who is based in the West Bank city of Nablus, at the al-Karama border…

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Israeli oppression overshadows Gaza observance of Ramadan

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Israeli oppression overshadows Gaza observance of Ramadan

Israeli oppression overshadows Gaza observance of Ramadan Palestinian Muslims who are observing Ramadan in the Gaza Strip must do so under the oppression and violence of Israel. Israel has cut off electricity, imposed a boycott on Palestinian products and services, and encircled the desert land mass with a choking military embargo. But Palestinians will prevail…

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Reflection from my Christian Eyes

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Reflection from my Christian Eyes

Reflection from my Christian Eyes A Christian reflects on the challenges they face as a faith and community under Israeli occupation. Why isn’t Israel held to the same standards and laws as everyone else? By Dr. Maria C. Khoury The Day after Yom Kippur, I decided I should be more faithful in practicing my religion. I have…

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Olympic politics and the Arab World

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Olympic politics and the Arab World

The Arab World first entered athletes in the Olympics in 1912 and the number of Arabs competing in the Summer Olympics and the Winter Olympics continues to increase. But political hurdles by the West and Israel have continued to undermine fair competition and one country in particular has been the target, Palestine. By Ray Hanania…

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Hunger strike escalates for prisoner Bilal Kayed

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Hunger strike escalates for prisoner Bilal Kayed

“Freedom or Death:” Palestinian Political Prisoner Bilal Kayed’s Hunger Strike Escalates. Palestinian political dissident remains in Israeli Gulag in failing health in protest of Israeli brutality By Dezeray Lyn In Barzilai hospital in Ashkelon, historic Palestine, shackles hold fast to the right hand and left foot of Palestinian political prisoner Bilal Kayed. The 34-year-old has been on a…

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