Tag Archives: Nakba

Just as apartheid ended in South Africa, so will it in Palestine

By Ameen Izzadeen Since the creation of Israel in 1948, almost all United States’ Presidents have been either ignorant of the true story behind the Palestinians’ suffering or advocates of injustice, however much the victimised Palestinians shout ‘Nakba, Nakba.’ Perhaps, … Continue reading

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Exodus in reverse and the Zionist pharaoh

By Ameen Izzadeen As the world’s attention is on the crisis in Syria, the problem at the core of the Middle Eastern conflict gets scant media coverage. Yes, the Palestinian crisis which has been eluding a solution for the past … Continue reading

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The hidden horror in the holy land

By Ameen Izzadeen With the attention of the international media being focused on the US elections and the conflict in Syria, the Palestinian crisis receives little coverage these days although the happenings are many. Here are some of the developments … Continue reading

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