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Palestinian citizens of Israel: Dialectic of identity and citizenship

Palestinian citizens of Israel: Dialectic of identity and citizenship

Dr. Ahmad Al-Tibi began the session, “Palestinian Citizens of Israel: Dialectic of Identity and Citizenship” by discussing how standing in solidarity with the Syrian people and people all over the world is a must because every person has the right to be free.

Later he added that Palestinians have the right to resist the occupation everywhere from the West Bank to Gaza, in order to liberate the land and live free.

Dr. Abdallah Marouf followed him up by giving the attendees a virtual tour of Masjid Al Aqsa and the different prayer spaces within the holy site. There are currently over 600 olive trees in Masjid Al Aqsa and they are amongst the best quality olives you can find, according to Marouf.

Discussions on Palestinian solidarity, identity in the diaspora

Discussions on Palestinian solidarity, identity in the diaspora

Hatem Bazian: Nakba isn’t a thing of the past, it continues to unfold

Hatem Bazian: Nakba isn’t a thing of the past, it continues to unfold

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