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Posts tagged ‘Susan Abulhawa’

Susan Abulhawa’s new article, “Solidarity and Realpolitik: My Response to Jeff Halper,” on the Palestine Chronicle has been added to the Deir Yassin Remembered web site.

*Susan Abulhawa, April 14, 2012, “Why are Palestinians paying for Germany’s sins?” on *Rich Siegel, January 1, 2012, “The cult of atheist Zionism posing as Judaism” on *Rich Siegel, April 5, 2012, “My Pro-Palestine CD Reviewed & then ‘Un-reviewed’ ” on *Rich Siegel, March 15, 2012, “Permission to examine ‘Jewishness’ ” on […]

The Attacks on Susan Abulhawa

January 8th, 2011

The article below about DYR Board and Scholarship Committee member Susan Abulhawa and by Lawrence Davidson is reposted from CounterPunch. When we think of the great struggles of our day we almost always think in terms of movements and groups. There are Communists and Fascists, Capitalists and Socialists, Jews and Muslims, Zionists and Christian Fundamentalists, […]

The Antisemitism to Come? Hardly

December 29th, 2010

The article below by DYR Board of Advisers member Susan Abulhawa is reposted from The Huffington Post. Bernard-Henri Levy, the French pop star of philosophy and intellectual elitism, authored an essay that featured my novel, Mornings in Jenin, as one of three distressing developments that led him to ask “is there no end to the […]
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