Posts Tagged “catastrophe”

KHOURY: Taybeh school reflects steadfastness of Palestinians, For Immediate Release, May 10, 2008

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Taybeh School  Reflects Steadfastness of  Palestinians Maria C. Khoury, Ed. D., — (Taybeh, Palestine) Thursday was simply a magnificent day in Taybeh with the Latin Patriarchate School celebrating their Open Day activities which included many “Dabkeh” dance groups, sports, poetry and even a special skit ironically reflecting life with the “Apartheid” Wall between Israelis and Palestinians. …

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HANANIA: Prisoners of the past as the Palestine-Israel conflict hits 60 years, For Immediate Release, April 26, 2008

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Prisoners of the past as the Palestine-Israel conflict hits 60 years By Ray Hanania — Arabs and Jews share one trait: They master the art of selectively remembering the past, especially the tragedies. For Jews, it is the Holocaust. For Palestinians, it is “al-Nakba,” an Arab word for “the catastrophe.” But the biggest problem has…

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