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“Mandated Memory : The schooling of Palestine in Anis Sayigh’s and Nicola Ziadeh’s Recollections” by Dyala Hamzah

Nicola Ziadeh (1907–2006) and Anis Sayigh (1931–2009) were ubiquitousPalestinian public intellectuals of the second half of the twentieth century, whose voices could be heard on the Arab world’s major broadcasting networks, whose pens defined or shaped the columns of its press, and who devoted a lifetime to building the institutional pillars of Palestinian culture and, …

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“Something is rotten in the state of Denmark’: an open letter to Justin Trudeau regarding Palestine” by Dyala Hamzah

Whether it is your bias in favor of Israel that recently cost you your seat on the UN Security Council, it is a fact that in the space of five years you have voted “no” 50 times to UN resolutions in favor of Palestine. Of the 166 “no” votes by Canada since 2000 this represents …

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“Le ver a toujours été dans le fruit” by Dyala Hamzah

Le doctorant en histoire Bernard Bohbot conteste qu’il puisse y avoir un lien entre la croissance du nombre de colons israéliens en Cisjordanie et le processus issu des accords d’Oslo (« Les accords d’Oslo visaient-ils à déposséder les Palestiniens ? », Le Devoir, 17 juillet). Esquivant la question de la nature de ces derniers et …

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