Wednesday, June 29
Monday, June 27
Oh God, We praise and glorify you for your grace on South Sudan, Land of great abundance. Uphold us united in peace and harmony. Oh motherland, We rise, raising flag with the guiding star And sing songs of freedom with joy For justice, liberty and prosperity shall for ever more, reign.
Oh great patriots, Let us stand up in silence and respect Saluting our martyrs Whose blood cemented our national foundation. We vow to protect our nation. Oh God, bless South Sudan.
Saturday, June 25
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Saturday, June 11
- Rediscovering Palestine
- The Economics of Women & Work in the Middle East
- The Political Economy of Regional Cooperation in the Middle East
- Economic & Political Liberalization in the Middle East
- Rebuilding Devastated Economies in the Middle East
- The Economics of Middle East Peace
- The Arab Minority in Israel's Economy
- State Practices and Zionist Images
- Islam & the Political Economy of Meaning
- Desiring Arabs
- In Quest of an Islamic Humanism
- The Dynamics of Neutralism in the Arab World
- Overstating the Arab State
- Belated Travelers
- Nationalism in a Non-National State
- A Compassionate Peace: A Future for the Middle East
- Conflict Management in the Middle East
- The Politics of Sacred Space: The Old City of Jerusalem
- Negotiating Jerusalem
- The West Bank Handbook
- Crossing the Green Line Between the West Bank and Israel
- The Yellow Wind
- The Third Way
- The Others Within Us
- Strengthening Palestinian Public Institutions
- Displaced at Home: Ethnicity & Gender Among Palestinians in Israel
- A Voice of Reason
- Genealogies of Conflict: Class, Identity, & State in Palestine/Israel and South Africa
- Arab-Israeli Conflict: Psychological Obstacles to Peace
- Israeli and Palestinian Narratives of Conflict
- Practical Peacemaking in the Middle East
- From Confrontation to Cooperation
- The One-State Solution
- Occupied by Memory: The Intifada Generation & the Palestinian State of Emergency
- Bridging the Divide: Peacebuilding n the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
- Holy War, Holy Peace
- Israel & the Palestinians: Israeli Policy Options
- Palestine Inside Out
- The End of the Peace Process
- Disenthralling Ourselves
- 'Apartheid' refers to race, and "Judaism is not a race"
- 20% of Israel's citizens are Arab, and they have "full and equal rights under Israeli law"
- If Israel were racist against Arabs, it would not act justly toward its own Arab-Israeli citizens on the one hand, but unjustly toward Arabs and Palestinians elsewhere
- Self-governance, as the author defines the presence of the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank and Gaza, would not occur under apartheid
- "An apartheid regime would...[wish] to remain sovereign over the group it were oppressing because it would likely be benefiting from the forced labor of the citizens"
- Palestinians were offered a two-state solution and rejected it; as such, they are implicitly to blame
- Palestinians were offered citizenship in East Jerusalem and "refuse[d] to participate in the city government"
- "Israel is still committed to the establishment of the state of Palestine in the Palestinian territories"
- Israel's recent 'control' policies are "a result of Palestinians blowing up innocent Israeli civilians (which of course did not happen in South Africa)"
- "Israel remains dedicated to finding a solution within the parameters that allow for the Jewish state to remain in existence alongside a future Palestinian state"
Friday, June 10
(Lucas Koerner, from electronicintifada's article)