Palestine Center Condemns Attack on Aid Boats

Palestine Center Condemns Attack on Aid Boats FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Yousef Munayyer ymunayyer@palestinecenter.org (202) 338-1290 WASHINGTON, D.C. (1 June 2010) – The Palestine Center condemns in the strongest terms the killing of civilian activists aboard aid boats destined for blockaded Gaza at the hands of Israeli commandos which took place Sunday evening. The aid […]

Palestinian and Israeli Public Opinion: The Public Imperative in the Second Intifada

Palestine Center Book Review  No. 5 (19 May 2010) Each month, we will be conducting a review of a recent book that deals with issues relating to Palestine and/or the Israel/Palestine conflict. Books that are chosen for review can be academic or non-academic, historical or fictional. Next month we will be reviewing The Unspoken Alliance: Israel’s Secret Relationship with […]

Palestinian Politics after Arafat

As’ad Ghanem’s study on the Palestinian national movement in the period after the Oslo Accords is an important argument that has implications not only on the future of the Palestinian movement, but also for those engaging this movement strategically,

Mornings in Jenin

Susan Abulhawa’s masterful writing is delightful to read. She writes with an element of metaphor, undoubtedly owing its origins to the Arabic language, which brings color and feeling to every page of this novel.

The Jerusalem Fund Dedicates Palestine Diabetes Institute in Al-Bireh, Palestine

The Jerusalem Fund Dedicates Palestine Diabetes Institute in Al-Bireh, Palestine FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Yousef Munayyer ymunayyer@thejerusalemfund.org (202) 338-1958 WASHINGTON, D.C. (26 February 2010) – Today, The Jerusalem Fund and its partners, the National Arab American Medical Association (NAAMA) Foundation and Physicians for Peace, officially dedicated the Palestine Diabetes Institute in Al-Bireh, Palestine. Moving from […]

Footnotes in Gaza

Sacco sketches the gruesome details of massacre in only the way images can describe, leaving an indelible mark on the memory of the reader that words alone could not accomplish.