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". . . ordained the rubble to become a house . . ." (Mourid Barghouti)

 The view from my hotel window in East Jerusalem. Photo Nov. 2, 2015, Harold Knight

For the next ten days, the format of this blog will be drastically changed. 477 more words

Palestinian Poets

“. . . small nightmares that I hope will develop into great dreams. . .” (Mourid Barghouti)

I’m going to stop saying I’m retired except as part of my quirky attempt at a sense of humor. It’s not true.

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Poetry

“. . . in the begging of the willow and in the river’s obstinacy. . .” (Mourid Barghouti)

From MA’AN NEWS AGENCY
ISRAELI FORCES FREE PALESTINIAN HUNGER STRIKER KHADER ADNAN
July 12, 2015
NABLUS (Ma’an) — The Israeli authorities released Palestinian prisoner Khader Adnan on Sunday, two weeks after a deal was reached that ended his 55-day long hunger strike. 596 more words

Mourid Barghouti

“. . . I have not seen any horrors, everything was extremely normal. . .” (Mourid Barghouti)

From MA’AN NEWS AGENCY
DESPERATE GAZANS RESORT TO MAKESHIFT HOMES YEAR AFTER WAR
July 6, 2015
GAZA CITY (AFP) — Fouad Abu Asser and his family have returned to their neighborhood amid the rubble of the Gaza Strip — but something resembling a shed is what they now call home. 793 more words

Netanyahu

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

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From ALMONITOR
GAZA DOCTORS FIND JOBS IN GERMAN CLINICS
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Mourid Barghouti

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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
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