Political Phenomena

Writing Palestine’s Comprehensive History A Tool of Resistance and Freedom

  “The archaeologist is busy analyzing stones/ in the rubble of legends he searches for his own eyes/ to show/ that I am a sightless vagrant on the road/ with not one letter in civilization's alphabet/ meanwhile in my own time I plant my trees/ I sing of my love.” Mahmoud Darwish   In light of the Zionist Entity recruiting ... Read More »

The Darkness surrounds us; Whose responsibility is it?

The darkness is weaving its strings around our homes, walls, and hearts. It is surrounding us from the Ocean to the Gulf. Whose responsibility is it? Who? Death has lost its way. Death is knocking the doors of children, youth, male & female, eldarly men and women. Who is opening the doors for death? Who? Who is responsible for the ... Read More »

Partnership is the secret: Long Live Tunisia; Land of the free

Partnership is the secret … Partnership is the essence … In Partnership; no winner no loser … In Partnership; no triumphant no defeated … Tunisia has spoken its word … Democracy has spoken its word …   ***   Partnership is coalition and divergence … Partnership is a quest for the common … In Partnership no voice is louder … ... Read More »

Solidarity with the Prisoners: ¨If only a leader, amongst us, would fast¨

Rana Hamada, daughter of Tiberias, the young courage that surprised the Israeli occupation army in front of Ofer prison, and raised the Palestinian flag above the Israeli armed vehicle that was spreading poisonous gas at protestors without baring the consequences: You announced your solidarity with the prisoners in a practical, simple, and captivating manner, so what did we do to ... Read More »

Who dares to defy the people’ will? Who dares to chain Egypt for an hour?

"We know who caused our wounds\ we know and gathered\ we, labor peasants and students \ we began walking through a path without return\ a new era began\victory drew closer than our eyes\ victory drew closer than our hands." Ahmad Fuad Nejm ***** Young people, full of life, wanted to achieve social justice and put an end to the reign ... Read More »

Tunisia and the sign of democracy: The sound of the human voice

"I hear bravura of birds, bustle of growing wheat, gossip of flames, clack of sticks cooking my meals, I hear the sound I love, the sound of the human voice, I hear all the sounds running together, combined, fused or following, sounds of the city and sounds out of the city, sounds of the day and night." Walt Whitman   ... Read More »

The Winds of Freedom and the Ethnic, Religious and Sectarian Diversity

  "One Day you finally knew What you had to do, and began, Though the voices around you Kept shouting their bad advice—" Mary Oliver\ USA   At the time of fragmentation and division, at the time in which the compass and the priorities are almost lost; about seven hundred activists and freedom lovers from forty countries started their journey ... Read More »