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  • Pakistan Pinning Hopes on Imran Khan Javed Akbar
    August 26, 2018

    They live around the globe, non-residents for decades, many have become naturalized citizens of their host country; still they are a heartbeat away from their native land. Pakistani diaspora rejoices and celebrate at its victories on the cricket pitches and are stumped when they see the appalling inequities, endemic corruption and the untold sufferings in their native land. They pour their hearts out and rush to help when natural disasters strike their beloved country. Such is the nature of their relationship. With Imran Khan's emergence as the newly elected leader, people are rallying around him. There is hope for Pakistan.

  • Pakistan: Who killed Shahbaz Bhatti?Scott Stockdale
    March 9, 2011

    Immediately after the March 2 assassination of Pakistani Minority Affairs Minister Shahbaz Bhatti, the finger-pointing began.

  • Palestine - What next?Alan Hart
    November 20, 2011

    In advance of the formal burial of the Palestinian Authority's bid for state recognition at the UN, BBC Radio 4's flagship Today programme was on the right track. In his introduction to a quite revealing report, presenter John Humphrys said reporter Kevin Connolly had gone to Israel to find out "what hopes there are, if any, for the establishment of a Palestinian state."

  • Palestine at the UN: What this moment meansJoel Kovel
    September 19, 2011

    The situation leading up to the UN Palestine vote is fascinatingly indeterminate.

  • Palestine, Israel, and the Arab SpringThe Canadian Charger
    January 29, 2014

    It was definitely not baseball weather in Ottawa on January 19, but it was a double-header after the Sunday service at the First Unitarian Congregation. First at bat was Anita MacLean. Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East has a yearly tour of Israel and the West Bank, led by Peter Lawson, and last year she took part, and on January 19 she shared her observations.

  • Palestine/Israel: The mirage of a peace settlementReuel S. Amdur
    August 25, 2013

    What can we make of the 2000 new housing units that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has authorized for the West Bank and East Jerusalem? There are several factors.

  • Palestine: A seat at UN is too much to ask? Prince el Hassan bin Talal
    October 4, 2011

    On Nov. 29, 1947, the United Nations General Assembly recommended that Palestine, which was under a British Mandate since 1922, be divided into two new independent states - one Arab and one Jewish.

  • Palestinian leadership gets FDr. Baha Abu-Laban
    November 25, 2009

    In recent months, even years, the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) or Palestinian Authority (PA), under the leadership of President Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen), Fateh's top man, has been losing ground.

  • Palestinian MP outlines his country's situationReuel S. Amdur
    March 10, 2013

    You've heard it said that Israel has a right to defend itself. Well, Dr. Mustapha Barghouti, an MP in the Palestinian Authority, asks, "Why then does Palestine not have a right to defend itself?"

  • Palestinian people power Alan Hart
    July 13, 2011

    Because Israel's leaders prefer land to peace and there's nothing any American president can do about that so long as the Zionist lobby and its stooges in Congress call the shots on U.S. policy for Israel/Palestine, it's obvious that the Palestinians have nothing to gain, only more to lose, from politics and diplomacy.

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