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Turki Abdulla Al-Sideri and the Concept of Culture

By Dr. Fouzi El-Asmar WASHINGTON, D.C.: 21 April 2013, (Arabisto.com)   Mr. Turki Abdulla Al-Sideri is the Chief Editor of the Saudi daily Alriyadh and a prominent figure in the Kingdom by virtue of his professional position and extensive personal relationships. He writes a regular column in Alriyadh entitled “Liqaa’” (Encounter) through which he engages […]

Reuniting for the Right of Return: Longtime Palestine solidarity activists Ghada Karmi and Ellen Siegel take third photo commemorating UN Resolution 194

Reuniting for the Right of Return: Longtime Palestine solidarity activists Ghada Karmi and Ellen Siegel take third photo commemorating UN Resolution 194

By Terri Ginsberg NEW YORK: 13 Feb 2013, (Arabisto.com)   December 11, 2012 marks the 64th anniversary of United Nations General Assembly Resolution 194, the legal basis of the Palestinian right of return to their lands and homes expropriated by Zionists intent on establishing an exclusivist Jewish state in historic Palestine. The month also marks […]

Reuniting for the Right of Return: Longtime Palestine solidarity activists Ghada Karmi and Ellen Siegel take third photo commemorating UN Resolution 194

Reuniting for the Right of Return: Longtime Palestine solidarity activists Ghada Karmi and Ellen Siegel take third photo commemorating UN Resolution 194

By Terri Ginsberg NEW YORK: 13 Feb 2013, (Arabisto.com) Karmi & Siegel in 1973 Karmi & Siegel in 1992 Karmi & Siegel in 2011   December 11, 2012 marks the 64th anniversary of United Nations General Assembly Resolution 194, the legal basis of the Palestinian right of return to their lands and homes expropriated by […]

Reuniting for the Right of Return: Longtime Palestine solidarity activists Ghada Karmi and Ellen Siegel take third photo commemorating UN Resolution 194

Reuniting for the Right of Return: Longtime Palestine solidarity activists Ghada Karmi and Ellen Siegel take third photo commemorating UN Resolution 194

By Terri Ginsberg NEW YORK: 13 Feb 2013, (Arabisto.com) Karmi & Siegel in 1973 Karmi & Siegel in 1992 Karmi & Siegel in 2011   December 11, 2012 marks the 64th anniversary of United Nations General Assembly Resolution 194, the legal basis of the Palestinian right of return to their lands and homes expropriated by […]

Continuing the Palestinian Struggle: an interview with Fouzi El-Asmar

Continuing the Palestinian Struggle: an interview with Fouzi El-Asmar

By Terri Ginsberg NEW YORK: 19 Feb 2012, (Arabisto.com) For over 50 years, Fouzi El-Asmar has been one of the most important public intellectuals of the Palestinian liberation struggle. He is most well-known as the author of the landmark autobiographical work, To Be an Arab in Israel (1975), published in seven languages including Arabic and […]

Aid for Iraqi Students: Global Partnership for the International University of Iraq turns “reconstruction” on its feet

By Dr. Terri Ginsberg NEW YORK: 18 Sept. 2007, (Arabisto.com): Beginning in August 2008, a new and unprecedented humanitarian educational project, entitled International University of Iraq (IUI), will begin operations to help rebuild and renew higher education in that war-torn country. Initiated with a start-up grant from the Social Science Research Council of Canada along […]

Protesting Norman Finkelstein’s Tenure Denial; or, Academic Freedom Declines across the U.S. – Part II

By Dr. Terri Ginsberg NEW YORK: 26 June 2007, (Arabisto.com): As U.S.-backed military actions in the Middle East become increasingly destructive, with thousands of Arab and Muslim civilians dead at the hands of allied troops in Afghanistan and Iraq, and Palestinians suffering to an unprecedented degree under brutal Israeli occupation, scholarly intellectuals have become increasingly […]