In Focus/Moatasem hamadeh

The transition from division to apportionment does not establish a reconciliation that leads to a national unity, but creates new crises that are a form of division.

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Washington asks the Palestinian negotiator and its political reference to declare his pre-acceptance to enter into negotiations with the Israeli side, and to disregard the rules and objectives of these negotiations, only because the US administration wants that!

The 66 anniversary of Nakba


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A series of events were staged during Premier League matches at Turkish stadiums to protest Trumps recent recognition of Jerusalem as Israels capital

As the Judaization of the city of Jerusalem is taking place, young Jerusalemites believe in the need to spread hope in the hearts of Jerusalemites by decorating the alleys of the Old City, which suffers from neglect by the Israeli-run municipality.

On every religious occasion, the local residents of the Old City of Nablus anxiously wait for the Sufi band of Sheikh Nadhmi, which is also known as Eddat Sheikh Nadhmi, to show up somewhere on their streets and start playing drums and cymbals, and singing hymns.

Recently, there has been a strong evidence of the Israeli occupations targeting of historical landmarks dating back to the Ottoman and Mamluk eras in Palestine, especially in Jerusalem, in addition to the Palestinian official neglect of these historical places by the governmental and the non-governmental organizations.

Al-Walaja: The stolen paradise!

  • 2017-11-27
  • Report by Palestinian Informayion Center

On a high hill to the west of the south of occupied Jerusalem, the town of Al-Walaja is standing, with its trees and orchards and old houses, defying the cruelty of the Israeli occupier, which divided it in 1948.

Beauty on the verge of extinction

  • 2017-11-25
  • News Agencies

A beautiful valley is located in an area covered with walnut trees, almonds, grapes, figs and oaks called the Valley of Walnut, falling between two mountains below Ayin Nanqar, in the southern western area of the city of al-Khalil, which barely sees the sun due to the abundance of trees, in particular the large walnut trees that shadow the valley, where hundreds of people sit under the shadow of the big branches of these trees.

MEMO to host 6th Palestine Book Awards

  • 2017-11-23
  • Muhammad Javed

Middle East Monitor will host the Palestine Book Awards tomorrow to highlight and honour the best published books on the topic of Palestine.

Olive market in Khan Younis

  • 2017-11-23
  • News Agencies

On his stall, which has different varieties and colors of olives, Abu Suleiman Kawaree, in his 70s, wonders about the current situation of people who face a difficulty to survive. He keeps thinking about their inability to buy olives as they used to do in the past years, because of the siege imposed on the Gaza Strip for years, and due to cutting up to 30% of the salaries of the Palestinian Authority employees.

The Independence Hotel is to celebrate the 70th anniversary of its founding in the Canaanite city of Nablus. It is still preserving its historical beauty and presence despite the boom in modern hotels in the city and across the occupied West Bank.

From the lowest point on Earth in the Dead Sea, up to the south of Bisan, a 120-kilometer of the Palestinian valley extends, which makes up more than a quarter of the West Bank. The Jordan Valley area has been marginalized for a long time. Israelis began stealing the Valleys lands and resources, confiscating thousands of dunums of land, taking these lands from the heart of Palestine.