Author Archives: Nader Elkhuzundar

About Nader Elkhuzundar

Nader Elkhuzundar is a commentator on Palestinian affairs and Co-founder of Beyond Compromise ( Elkhuzundar occasionally freelances for The Guardian, International Business Times, and others. He's a social media enthusiast and tech savvy with particular interest in new technologies and analytics, and enjoys reading over Arabic coffee and dark chocolate.

UPDATE: Good Intentions Gone Bad

After coming across several saviour complex conversations in real life and on social media, particularly in Palestine, this article comes to address a few things every international “saviour” needs to read and keep in mind before committing another such action. … Continue reading

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View from Palestine: Nakba Day and the Catastrophe of Israeli Conquest

Nakba, or Catastrophe, refers to when the Jewish militias ethnically cleansed Palestine, forcing approximately 750,000 Palestinians into exile because they were not Jewish and that their presence and predominant ownership of the land ‘presented obstacles to the creation of Israel.’ On … Continue reading

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Life is Hard

Here we are Standing in front of each other Whining, complaining, shouting, and yelling Crying on one another’s shoulder Moaning about life and How hard it has always been, Is, and will continue to be About how cold and lonely … Continue reading

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عن الزواج والغُربة والمنطق

موضوع المقال المرة هادي هو موضوع إلي بحكي فيه من فترة طويلة نسبيّاً لأنه موضوع جداً مُربك. الموضوع بكل اختصار هو الزواج. أنا مش راح أقعد اقول والله أنا بدّي أكمّل نص ديني التاني وأتزوّج، ولا راح أقول زي ما … Continue reading

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Like someone

Like a nomad I roam the hearts Looking for fresh pasture Yet none is my home Like a nomad Honest and simple I settle for little And easy to please Like a shepherd I care for my sheep And by … Continue reading

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Rules of Language

I know it’s been a while since I shared any of the thoughts that scream to escape my head, to paper. I found peace by writing using pen and paper rather than tapping on a screen or a keyboard even … Continue reading

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