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“. . . the stranger wakens in his exile, his homeland. . .” (Mourid Barghouti)

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GAZA DOCTORS FIND JOBS IN GERMAN CLINICS
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Ilan Pappe

mourid barghouti: 'it is not

Here you find the speech given by the chair of the 2015 International Prize for Arabic Fiction. The name of the chair of the jury is Mourid Barghouti. 25 more words

Africa

Palestinian Poet Mourid Barghouti: ‘Tomorrow Is What Matters’

Palestinian Poet Mourid Barghouti: ‘Tomorrow Is What Matters’

By mlynxqualey on March 17, 2015 • ( 0 )

At his popular talk at this year’s Emirates LitFest, Palestinian poet Mourid Barghouti said that he writes poetry to preserve his ability to criticize: 1,530 more words
Palestine

One of life’s most exquisite moments

People can’t agree on where coffee’s secret lies: opinions range from the smell, the color, the taste, the  consistency, the blend, the cardamom, the roast, to the shape of the cup and a  number of other things. 71 more words

Inspire

". . . they shout, but their clamour makes no sound . . ." (Mourid Barghouti)

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YOUNG DANCER JAILED BY ISRAEL FOR TAKING PART IN PROTEST

By Charlotte Kates. Beirut. 13 February 2015

Lina Khattab, 18, is in her first year of media studies at Birzeit University in the occupied West Bank. 951 more words

Palestine

". . . they shout, but their clamour makes no sound . . ." (Mourid Barghouti)

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YOUNG DANCER JAILED BY ISRAEL FOR TAKING PART IN PROTEST

By Charlotte Kates. Beirut. 13 February 2015

Lina Khattab, 18, is in her first year of media studies at Birzeit University in the occupied West Bank. 951 more words

Palestine

Poet Mourid Barghouti on His Wife, Novelist Radwa Ashour (1946-2014)

BY MLYNXQUALEY on DECEMBER 2, 2014 • ( 1 )

The relationship between Palestinian poet Mourid Barghouti and Egyptian novelist Radwa Ashour — as traced through their literary works — is one of the twentieth century’s great love stories: 825 more words
Palestine