Sunday, December 17, 2017

Henrique Dores

  • Why Google’s tagline change matters | June 23, 2013
    On the 1st of May of 2013, the Internet search engine Google surprised the world by changing the tagline on the homepage of its Palestinian version from “Palestinian Territories” to “Palestine.” .....
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  • Defying all odds, the first Palestinian Circus School flourishes | April 24, 2013
    Currently submerged in an ambience of red noses, big shoes, squeaky flowers, stilts and many other props, the Palestinian Circus School (PCS) began as a small circus group in August 2006 thanks to the determination of Shadi Zmorrod and Jessika Devlieghere, who initiated the pathway to introduce circus arts from Palestinians for Palestinians... .....
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  • Getting to know Abdelhadi Yaish, Ramallah‘s local artist | April 12, 2013
    Standing in the corner of the main Rukab Street with Al-Anbeya Street, the familiar site of Abdelhadi Yaish and his portraits adorned the wall and pavement. He leaned towards his drawing tripod while holding a cigarette in one hand and a pencil in the other, and asked, “Where are you from?”  After a few moments of introductory conversation... .....
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  • Jerusalem Municipality plans to build landfill on Anata and Issawiyya lands | March 23, 2013
    The Israeli Jerusalem Municipality has been developing a plan (No. 13900) to establish a landfill in Wadi Al Rejʹiyyat area, on the lands of Anata, Issawiyya and Shuʹfat villages. So far, the program has been approved by the Local Planning and Building Committee and initially accepted by the District Planning and Building Committee prior to... .....
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  • Muslim Odeh: arrested 14 times by Israel | February 23, 2013
    Muslim Odeh was born and raised in Silwan, a predominantly Palestinian neighborhood lying on the edge of East Jerusalem, just outside the old city. Currently, Silwan is estimated to have a population of around 56,000 inhabitants. Muslim Odeh’s story, although familiar to other Palestinian children living in Silwan who have been arrested by... .....
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  • The strange case of Veolia | February 07, 2013
    Veolia‘s light rail sought to strengthen Jewish only settlements and to reinforce the illegal annexation of Palestinian lands. The creation of permanent structures in the occupied territories has proved that the Jerusalem Light Rail has been a manual on how to break International Humanitarian Law (IHL). .....
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