Nablus is under attack again. On day 100 of the curfew, Amer Abdelhadi, who is trapped in the center of the city, reports. Read more about Nablus under attack, again
On the second anniversary of the Intifada and day 99 of the Israeli curfew on Nablus, Amer Abdelhadi wished the world would not only watch, and that they would monitor, detect, witness, study, examine and correct. “We are not asking for much are we? It is a just peace we are after”. Read more about Nablus: The Intifada, two years and still going
After what seemed like four days of near peace, most people being able to get from one place to the other with less chances of getting spotted, a large number army tanks, armored vehicles and army jeeps re-entered Nablus. The buildings, residential ones, are snatched again. Day 96 of the curfew. Read more about Nablus: Home snaching, back to square one
This is the real conflict, not the movies. Palestinians are threatened, humiliated and oppressed everyday. The greedy neighbor that stole most of their land wants to take what’s left for them and drive them out. When Palestinian choices are limited, the phrase ‘over our dead bodies’ would be their natural promise. Read more about Nablus still under curfew, 'over my dead body'
Two hundred children with their mothers walked peacefully from al-Shuhada mosque to the destroyed Fatimiya school in the old city of Nablus and held a sit-in. Their message: ‘Open our schools, we want to learn’. Read more about Nablus: 'Open our schools, we want to learn'
I woke up this morning at 8 o’clock. Lots of cars in the street. This was unusual. I thought the curfew was lifted but I soon figured that people in Nablus were breaking the curfew and taking their kids to school. Read more about Nablus: We opened the schools
‘I want to go to school and play with my friends. We cannot get our of our homes. We cannot buy books. We cannot play. The summer holiday is finished and we spent it all locked up in our homes under Israeli curfew’, writes 10-years old Nabih, who is a seventh grade student. Read more about Nablus: 'Get the soldiers out of my town, I want to live too'
All taxi drivers were laughing at me, when I asked about Balata refugee camp. How could I know that Israeli bulldozers destroyed the street that connects the eastern part of the city with the western part. It is impossible to reach Balata by car. Read more about Nablus: 'Can you go to Balata?'
‘It is a shame’, says Ahmad. ‘It is a set up. This is so obvious. Look at what happened in Beitunia, Ramallah, Nablus and now the deal on the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem. Imagine, as the Israeli public openly speaks about transfer, the Palestinian Authority is approving a deal to deport Palestinians. Read more about 'It was a set up'