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The ‘Palestine Paper Leaks’ and the Sacralization of Jerusalem City Space?

Contributed by Jerusalem Quarterly on 28.10.2011:

Autumn 2011,47

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The ‘Palestine Paper Leaks’ and the Sacralization of Jerusalem City Space?

Salim Tamari

Even before the crusades, Jerusalem had an enchanting hold on people’s imagination. Visitors imposed their aspirations, inner anguish, and dreams on what they saw as an eternal sacred city, whereas the w(...)

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Morbid Symptoms: The Omar Yussef Mystery Series

Contributed by Jerusalem Quarterly on 28.10.2011:

Autumn 2011,47

Jerusalem Quarterly

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Morbid Symptoms: The Omar Yussef Mystery Series

Alex Pollock

The Bethlehem Murders by Matt Rees

Atlantic Books, 264 pp, 2006, ISBN 978 1

84354 603 0

The Saladin Murders by Matt Rees

Atlantic Books, 340 pp, 2008, ISBN 978 1

84354 648 1

The Samaritan’s S(...)

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Shifting Ottoman Conceptions of Palestine: Part 1: Filistin Risalesi and the two Jamals

Contributed by Jerusalem Quarterly on 25.10.2011:

Autumn 2011,47

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Shifting Ottoman Conceptions of Palestine: Part 1: Filistin Risalesi and the two Jamals

Salim Tamari

You have now become one nation on earth, Ottomans all–no difference between Arabs and ‘Ajam;

No generations will divide you, and no religions will come between you.

Brothers together under our glorious constitution, jo(...)

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Palestijnse Christenen: Roeping en Oproep

Contributed by Arab Educational Institute on 21.04.2011:

Palestijnse Christenen: Roeping en Oproep

Toine van Teeffelen

Dit stuk is geschreven n.a.v. een inleiding op de ontmoetingsdag Europese contacten van de Remonstrantse Kerk (Taakgroep Europese Contacten – TEC, Vrede) en de Nederlandse ledengroep van de International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF), op 26 maart 2011 in Bussum.

In dit stuk wil ik een enigszins risk(...)

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Fawzy Jiries Nastas, sculpturer

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 16.11.2008:

After more than forty years of working and sculpturing, Fawzy Jiries Nastas is an experienced artist whose works can be found throughout the world.

Nastas was born in Bethlehem on 1 July 1948, and inherited his artistic talent from his father and grandfathers who were also famous sculptors and stone carvers. The grandfather of his father, Mr. Ibrahim Nastas, is the artist who designed (...)

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The Virtual Gallery at Birzeit University

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 20.07.2008:

Braving Artistic Isolation

By Vera Tamari

What is Palestinian visual art? This question is very difficult to define. Is it the art produced by artists in the occupied territories? Is it the art created by those born of Palestinian parents but who have lived all their lives in the diaspora? What would make an artwork be categorised as Palestinian? Is it the art that carries at it(...)

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The Virtual Gallery at Birzeit University

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 04.07.2008:

Braving Artistic Isolation

By Vera Tamari

What is Palestinian visual art? This question is very difficult to define. Is it the art produced by artists in the occupied territories? Is it the art created by those born of Palestinian parents but who have lived all their lives in the diaspora? What would make an artwork be categorised as Palestinian? Is it the art that carries at it(...)

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The Vagabond Café and Jerusalem’s Prince of Idleness

Contributed by Jerusalem Quarterly on 03.06.2008:

Salim Tamari

Jerusalem Quarterly

October 2003

Issue 19

The return of Khalil Sakakini from his American sojourn in the autumn of 1908 was an occasion for contemplating the creation of a new kind of cultural space: the literary café; a public meeting place to accommodate his newly-formed circle of literati, the "Party of the Vagabonds" (hizb al-sa'aleek). For Sakakin(...)

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Who Am I?

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 06.02.2008:

“Who Am I” is a song whose lyrics and music were written by Rima Nasir Tarazi. It is also part of Ila Mata (Until When), a CD that was produced by the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music in October 2006 and sung by Tania Tamari Nasir.

WHO AM I?

Who am I but a speck of dust, a drop of water and a gentle breeze?

Without me there is no being, there is no life

L(...)

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Ishaq al-Shami, Arab Jew

Contributed by Jerusalem Quarterly on 24.01.2008:

Ishaq al-Shami and the Predicament of the Arab Jew in Palestine

Salim Tamari

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Jerusalem Quarterly

August 2004, issue 21

In his retrospective personal memoirs of the 1930s and 40s, Ta’ir 3ala Sindiyanah (Bird on an Oak Tree), the Lebanese historian Kamal Salibi discusses two groups of Jewish companions he encountered during his student days during the (...)

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