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Palestinian reflections on American political ideology

Haider Eid | Palestine Chronicle 3 December 2009 The Palestinians have ‘realized,’ thanks to Hilary Clinton, that the US is biased towards Israel. According to the American Secretary of State, negotiations between “the two parties” should resume without preconditions. The ...

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From Gaza to Obama: An open letter

Haidar Eid | Ma’an News 16 November 2009 Dear Mr President, You will probably not read this letter due to your busy schedule and the huge number of messages you receive from presidents, kings, princes, sheiks, and prime ministers. Who ...

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Gaza 2009: the moment of truth

Haidar Eid | The Palestine Chronicle 8 May 2009 Gaza has returned to its pre-massacre state of siege, confronted with the usual, conspiratorial, “international” indifference after 22 long days and dark nights, during which its brave people were left alone ...

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The complicit silence continues

Haidar Eid | The Palestine Telegraph 1 May 2009 Millions of people looked forward to Barack Obama’s presidency with a sense of pride and hope. But Obama’s first 100 days have raised critical questions about the limits of what we ...

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Shades of Checkpoint Charlie at Rafah crossing

Haidar Eid | Electronic Intifada On Monday 30 June, Gaza was abuzz with the sudden announcement that Egypt would open Rafah Crossing — the only gateway for 1.5 million Palestinians who have been imprisoned here for almost two years — ...

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