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The peaceful popular resistance is an integrated struggling strategy, which one of its requirements is to stop the security coordination, boycott the Israeli economy and internationalize the national cause and rights.

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Benjamin Netanyahu often repeated before the leadership of his party that the Likud was on its way to decay and perhaps fade away, if he did not take over his leadership in the 2009 Knesset elections, and he transferred it from a small party to the second rank at Knesset, just one seat away from Kadima, which was headed by Tzipi Livni.

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Jordan imprisons women in name of family honour

  • 2017-08-17
  • Thomson Reuters Foundation

An estimated 65 per cent of more than 1,700 female inmates in Jordans prisons are held under the 60-year-old law that allows the authorities to indefinitely incarcerate women considered to be at risk of being attacked or killed in the name of family honour.

Policing Palestine

  • 2017-08-16
  • Filip Ejdus and Alaa Tartir

Over the past month, the issue over access to the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem caused a new wave of violence and confrontation that has swept over the West Bank. As a result of the new Israeli security measures in Jerusalem, including adding metal detectors to the Temple Mount (al-Haram al-Sharif) where Al-Aqsa is located, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas announced on July 23 that the Palestinian Authority (PA) would suspend security coordination with Israel, although there have been no signs yet this suspension is being implemented.

About the Peaceful Popular Resistance

  • 2017-08-15
  • Written by : Moatasem Hamada, Translated by : Manal Mansour , Revised by : Ibrahim Motlaq

The peaceful popular resistance is an integrated struggling strategy, which one of its requirements is to stop the security coordination, boycott the Israeli economy and internationalize the national cause and rights.

The Palestinian Authority is continuing with its reconciliation charade, this time through a visit by Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah. He has met with a delegation from Hamas to reiterate the PAs preconditions and manipulate Palestinian resistance aims.

On August, the Palestinian Bedouin village of Al-Araqeeb was destroyed for the 116th time. As soon as Israeli bulldozers finished their ugly deed and soldiers began evacuating the premises, the village resident immediately began rebuilding their homes.

A Likud without Netanyahu?

  • 2017-08-14
  • Written by Mohamad Alsahli, Translated by Rawda Abu Zarqa , Revised by Ibrahim Motlaq

Benjamin Netanyahu often repeated before the leadership of his party that the Likud was on its way to decay and perhaps fade away, if he did not take over his leadership in the 2009 Knesset elections, and he transferred it from a small party to the second rank at Knesset, just one seat away from Kadima, which was headed by Tzipi Livni.

The US government is declaring war on the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement. The fight to defeat BDS has been ongoing for several years, but most notably since 2014.

Background noise was the way Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu characterized the decision of his former chief of staff, Ari Harow, to become a state witness. The following day, the prime ministers press officer declared for the 100th time that Nothing will happen, because nothing happened. Despite his relentless effort to paint a business-as-usual atmosphere, this time it looks as if Netanyahu is actually going down.

Saudi Arabias forgotten war strikes back

  • 2017-08-08
  • By Mahan Abedin

The full implications of Saudi Arabias three-months old siege of the Qatif town of Awamiyah are only just beginning to emerge. Pictures depicting wholesale destruction and civil war-like conditions in the Shia-majority town speak to the intensity of the fighting. But more importantly, they provide a hint as to the nature of the threat facing the Saudi authorities.

There is something immoral in Washington D.C., and its consequences can be dire for many people, particularly for the health of US democracy.