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We are All Made of Glue

Unlike in her two previous works, in We are All Made of Glue Marina Lewycka comes up with an issue about Israel-Palestine conflict. Through this third book of hers published in 2009, Lewycka doesn’t try to take sides, nor defend anyone, any religious beliefs, any peoples, or any nations involved. 866 more words


The back of the Gazan economy has been broken

What will become of the Gaza Strip? The American academic Sara Roy doubts that there is a future for Gaza and its inhabitants following the recent Israeli offensive. 203 more words

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Palestine moves towards post-Oslo phase

On October 13, the UK House of Commons by an overwhelming vote of 274-12 urged the British government to extend diplomatic recognition to Palestine.

At first glance, it would seem a rather meaningless gesture. 192 more words

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Israeli minister: World may be wasting its money on Gaza

“The Gazans must decide what they want to be Singapore or Darfur ,” Transportation Minister Israel Katz said.

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A Palestinian looks out from the remains of his house in Beit Hanun, a town in the northern Gaza Strip.. 475 more words

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House of Commons Palestine debate

MPs have been speaking for hours, I haven’t noticed a single member disagreeing with the two-state solution or calling for something different. Which probably means it isn’t as radical as it will be made out to be. 88 more words

Bower To The People

Did It Dare Me To Do? A Comparison of Gaza Strip and Close, Closed, Closure

Greetings Loved Ones! Liu Is The Name, And Views Are My Game.

As many of you may already know, my all-time goal is to become a Screenwriter, and that part of my motivation for becoming one is the desire to teach people about complicated issues in a manner that’s enjoyable. 501 more words

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MPs Set to Vote to Recognize the State of Palestine

The Independent



Thursday 09 October 2014

MPs are on the verge of backing a historic parliamentary vote that would call on the British government to unilaterally recognise the state of Palestine. 819 more words

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