Your act of solidarity gave us some true hope, and we are thankful for it.
Haidar Eid is an associate Professor at Al-Aqsa University in Gaza.
A recent survey shows that even Western and Israeli pundits know two states in Palestine are impossible.
The unity which Palestinians demonstrated in the past few weeks marks the rise of a new national consciousness.
Today’s assault on Gaza may be Palestine’s Sharpeville massacre. It may well trigger the downfall of Israeli apartheid.
The Israeli NGO’s acknowledgement of Israel’s apartheid is just a small step in the right direction.
It is time for the de-Osloisation of the Palestinian struggle.
The Palestinian people need to break free of the reality that various ‘accords’ have imposed on them.
What Edward Said predicted in the 1990s came to be. The PLO’s two-state project has failed.
We need to move away from the idea of a two-state solution and embrace the vision of one secular, democratic state.
Palestinian politicians will not gain anything from supporting a general accused of war crimes to become prime minister.