By Hafiza Ibrahim PAINPain controls my veinsDigging inside my body and soulPain!! pulsing like a sudden urgeCrushing and shoving my energyDiscouraging every breath of air… My head feels heavySpinning green phosphor imagesDancing around inside my eyelidsDarkness seeping all over me like a heavy cloudSuffocating me by the throatI stifle a moan… Pain, splintering my musclesThreatening,
Mohammad Najajreh is Doctor (holds a PhD) of business administration. He is Palestinian, but lives in Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates. He has experience in managing three training and management consulting companies and many other projects in GCC erea and MINA. He joined the PIM since the start as Senior Vice President in Development.
By Pharmacist Zareen Mushrafi – Based in London UK As this Covid-19 pandemic challenge presenting significant challenges for the world, I have chosen to discuss high blood pressure patients and the risk associated with Covid-19. Trying to prevent the risk of Covid-19 attack If someone has high blood pressure. It is a good idea to
By Haneen Qraawee, PhD Student in Turkey The impact of Corona virus weighed heavily on the global economy, this can be seen in much aspect; factories stalling, declining air traffic and reduced traffic, this has led to an unexpected drop in carbon emissions that cause climate warming, however, this good environmental news may not last
Translation of Arabic Literature into English: A Chapter from a PhD Thesis – Titled Advocacy for the Palestinian Situation via Translation of a Palestinian.
Translation of Arabic Literature into English: A Chapter from a PhD Thesis: Titled Advocacy for the Palestinian Situation via Translation of Palestinians. Authors into English, Tübingen University-Germany By: Husam Issa Ramadan (2020). Palestine This paper focuses on the general process of translating Arabic literature into English. It highlights the history of translation from and into
The Head of Palestine Diplomatic Mission in the Netherlands, her excellency the Ambassador Rawan Sulaiman informed us that she would like to congratulate a member of the Palestinian community who a Dutch National from a Palestinian origin for receiving a Night Title. She said; with great joy and pride we can share with you the
By Pharmacist, Zareen Mushrafi * London – UK Today during this Covid-19 time I felt it is important to share the information I have gathered while working with diabeteic patients and I have used the information from WHO and Diabetes Uk . I have just been qualified as a prescriber for diabetes as more and
بقلم: نداء مقبل يحدث في فلسطين وفي جائحة الكورونا وفي لحظات تأمل .. يحدث الكثير! يحدث في فلسطين وفي أصغر بلد عربي ضمنياً؛ بأن يلتزم الناس بيوتهم طوعاً! يحدث في فلسطين وجنود بيض يتسلمون زمام الأمور ويعملون جاهدين للحفاظ على أرواحنا متفانيين! يحدث في فلسطين وخلاف طقوس الانتفاضات السابقة أن تتسلم السلطة الوطنية كل ذلك
By: Nidaa Muqbil Are Palestinian women celebrating this day differently from the rest of the women in this world? Today we will note the celebrations of public respect and women’s appreciation and love for their economic, political and social achievements. I am of the view that we should celebrate Palestinian women particularly. This should serve
By Haneen Sameeh Qarawi – PhD Political Science Student in Turkey. The signing of the Oslo agreement between the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Israeli occupation in the year of (1993) set out to be a very big challenge to the Palestinian people, who had very high hopes as a result of this agreement. These