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President Barack Obama laid down his clearest markers to date on compromises Israel and the Palestinians must make for peace but his stance is unlikely to yield serious talks, let alone an agreement, any time soon.

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With Israel believed to be behind the high tensions betweeen Egyptian Muslims and the minority Copts two hidden objectives have surfaced. One, to derail from a third intifada, and second to distract attention from the ongoing prosecution of Mubarak.

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Occupation 101

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A thought-provoking and powerful documentary film on the current and historical root causes of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Unlike any other film ever produced on the conflict — ‘Occupation 101′ presents a comprehensive analysis of the facts and hidden truths surrounding the never ending controversy and dispels many of its long-perceived myths and misconceptions.

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The choice is not between Hamas and Israel; the choice is between settlement-colonies or states: between accepting two states with the 1967 border or maintaining an apartheid regime.

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May 12 2011 Following the February ouster of Egypt’s longstanding President Hosni Mubarak, calls have been circulating in Egypt and throughout the region for a ‘Third Intifadah’ to begin May 15. “Unlike the first two Palestinian uprisings, the proposed Third Intifadah is meant to involve the entire Arab world,” Egyptian journalist and political analyst Abdelhalim [...]

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No ordinary cop show, East West 101 explores complex cases that involve racial tensions across a diversity of Australian communities. The central character is Muslim detective Zane Malik, played by Don Hany.

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Representatives of Palestinian factions have met in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, to mark a landmark reconciliation agreement signed a day earlier.
Khaled Meshaal, the leader of the Hamas movement, and Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president and leader of Fatah, were attending Wednesday’s ceremony, meeting face-to-face for the first time since 2006. Representatives of the United Nations, the European Union and the Arab League were also present at the gathering at the headquarters of the Egyptian intelligence agency.

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Egypt has announced that it will be permanently opening the Rafah border crossing to ease the blockade on Gaza. The Rafah border is the only way in and out of Gaza which does not pass through Israel and the had, under the Mubarak regime, remained largely shut since June 2006 when Israel imposed a tight blockade of Gaza.

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The announcement this week of a deal for reconciliation between Fatah and Hamas certainly caused a great stir. The Palestinians, if they are ever to find, in whatever form, freedom from occupation, needed to change their current political situation. Unifying their leadership and pursuing their goal of statehood at the UN offers promise.

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Mr Fahmi is one of thousands of Palestinians who over the past four decades have fallen foul of an Israeli policy stripping them of their right to live in Jerusalem, said Dalia Kerstein, director of Hamoked, an Israeli human rights group.

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