Category Archives: A View From Gaza

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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A View From Gaza: PalFest Gaza 2012 Shut Down

A four-day long chain of events took place in Gaza as a part of PalFest 2012 which has started May 6 to 9. Multinational writers, bloggers, activists, and musicians came to Gaza through Rafah in a way to break the … Continue reading

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PalFest Gaza 2012

Gaza has been facing a crisis after another for years now. But in spite of that, people in Gaza would always find a way to break the killer routine they have been living for longer than they can remember. About … Continue reading

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A View From Gaza: 3 Days Too Late

Gaza, (Pal. Telegraph)– An agreement between Hamas and the Palestinian Authority has been signed in order to partially solve the fuel issue. The agreement was true and the crisis was partially solved. Fuel has been entering Gaza Strip in an … Continue reading

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A View From Gaza: Fuel

Below is my first article for my column on The Palestine Telegraph, A View From Gaza: Fuel. Countless are the hardships we’ve been through. And so are the moments of suffering we have been living for many years. From the … Continue reading

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