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By Daoud Kuttab - Jun 06,2018
In your welcoming the honour of being chosen by His Majesty King Abdullah to lead the government, you ended your Twitter post by appealing for God’s help in carrying this huge burden.
By Daoud Kuttab - May 30,2018
For the fifth time since 2010, Palestinian Christians successfully organised an international conference that theologically and practically confronts Christian fundamentalists, who try to justify Israeli occupation and aggression against Palestinians.The Christ at the Checkpoint
By Daoud Kuttab - May 23,2018
If there is anything that the world has learned from the brutal Israeli killings against unarmed Palestinian protesters it is that the siege of Gaza is the major source of anger, and despair. Any peace strategy or even a security plan in any country that is depended only on
By Daoud Kuttab - May 16,2018
It is hard to believe that anyone can simply put the blame on the Palestinian side for the mass killings of unarmed protesters by Israeli snipers. How is it the Palestinian fault for being shot.
By Daoud Kuttab - May 09,2018
Regime change has been a taboo subject for sometime in the US because of the disastrous effects of the unauthorised invasion of Iraq by George W. Bush on made-up basis. This mistake is now being repeated again when it comes to Iran.
By Daoud Kuttab - May 03,2018
It was perhaps the longest speech given at the opening session of the Palestine National Council (PNC). Mahmoud Abbas’ speech in Ramallah on April 30 extended till the late hours, spanning nearly three hours of continuous uninterrupted talk.
By Daoud Kuttab - Apr 25,2018
The Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) has always prided itself as the leader of the Palestinian national movement and as the sole representative of the Palestinians.
By Daoud Kuttab - Apr 18,2018
Palestinians make special efforts to bring attention to their own who are suffering restriction in Israeli jails.
By Daoud Kuttab - Apr 11,2018
It clearly was neither coordinated nor intentional, but this Easter Sunday saw an unusually low governmental and public interaction with Palestinian Christians. It might have been the fact that Easter falls on two different Sundays depending on which calendar one is looking at.
By Daoud Kuttab - Apr 04,2018
The Great March of Return is a six-week long continuous non-violent protest that began on March 30, which marked the 42nd anniversary of Palestine Land Day, and is expected to reach its pinnacle on May 15, which is the 70th anniversary of Al Nakba, the Palestinian day of catastro

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