The Prophet Muhammad By Declan Henry For as long as I have known Muslims, I have been aware of their unwavering love and respect for the founder of their beloved religion. This has been a pleasure to observe, especially at times when their religion has been under criticism and provoked feelings of fear and discrimination
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
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
Featuring respected guest speakers, we will all become united in a common cause of humanity and love as we discuss how to help save the future of children everywhere! Aya’s Ark and the Alalusi Foundation support Homs League Abroad and their action on behalf of Syrian children and together with you, we will support many
Article by Hussam Ramadan – Palestine Atavism, heraerdity, throw back, or indifference is a human behaviour which calls times of brutalism and zoological characteristics back. It brings us as readers back to the cudgel era and face- to- face confrontation with ravenous animals; either kill or to be killed. Each human on earth has a
By Andrew Galea DebonoMaiya (her real name has been changed to protect her identity) is a young unmarried Congolese woman from a minority ethnic group. For the last five years, she has been living with her family in an isolated refugee camp with a population of 20,000 people in the neighbouring country of Burundi. She
FEAR Have you examined the shivering fear? You would feel when facing a gun? In a time, when the choices are minimised, To do or die? Have you observed the harassment of fear, you would feel, When you have to welcome a soldier showing up on your door step? Although, you know that the night