Publications

Freedom fleet plans to break up Gaza siege again

 The international Freedom Flotilla Coalition (FFC), a grassroot people-to-people solidarity movement that aim to end the illegal Israeli siege in Gaza, is planning to organise a bigger humanitarian mission to the war-torn land with at least two large boats next year. Former United States diplomat Ann Wright, who was involved …

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Introduction to the Palestinian Question

The Struggle of the Arab and Muslim nations against Israel forms a struggle that involves historical and political situations, economic and religious factors, and even civilization dimensions. It would be enough to examine the stages of history that the Palestinian problem  went through to explain this fact.   Click to …

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An Overview on the Palestinian Prisoners in Israeli Jails

  Since the Israeli Occupation of Palestine, Palestinians have been charged with offenses under Israeli military law and tried in military courts. Over the last 45 years, an estimated 700,000 Palestinians have been detained under Israeli military orders in the occupied Palestine. Which constitutes about 20% of the total Palestinian …

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War on Gaza (2)

Israeli occupation has launched its war on Gaza by assassinating Hamas’ military chief Ahmad Aljaabari, the war lasted for 8 days (14/11/2012 – 21/11/2012), resulted in 181 Palestinians killed (42 children, 11 women and 18 elderly) and over 1300 injured. During 8 days of the war, Israel – in a …

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Hamas Political thought and stances in light of the Arab uprisings

  This document.. was originally a paper presented by Mr Khalid Mishaal, the Chief of the Political Bureau of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) at a conference convened by Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies & Consultations, Beirut, on 28-29 November 2012 under the title: “The Islamists in the Arab World and …

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Special Report on the Conditions of the Palestinian Prisoners in Israeli Jails

The number of Palestinian prisoners and detainees in Israeli prisons and detention centres has reached 4,750 people from every sector of Palestinian society. The majority (82.5 percent) are residents of the West Bank, 9.6 per cent are from the Gaza Strip, and the rest are from Jerusalem and those living …

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