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Palestine in our century

THE PALESTINE ANNEX: The magazine Palestine in our century has both a current and historical perspective on # Middle East #'s long nuclear conflict over Palestine. Although it is well known, it is often with little detailed knowledge.

To avoid the customary stamp of "anti-Semite" here, we have let six Israeli Jews like Uri Avnery, Gideon Levy, Ilan cardboard, Ehud Barak, Einat Weizman and Avichai Chairs come up in the magazine. All of them, except former Prime Minister Barak (Camp David), are critical of Israel's occupation policy. But also Barak, as he told me in my interview with him in Tel Aviv, that Palestine should have had its own independent economy – something he had already presented to Prime Minister Yitzak Rabin before the Oslo agreement as military officer.

Among a selection of important previous articles in MODERN TIMES – marked with years in the paper edition – you will find Avnery who writes about Jewish AIPAC in the US, Levy's critique of the wall Pappe's critique of Israel's 10 myths, and soldier Stollar's mention of military service in the West Bank as harassment rather than security.

Weak health services

You can ask what makes this magazine relevant right now. One thing is corona pandemic affecting Palestinians who are already struggling, with poor health services. Well, a plane from the Arab Emirates had to get rid of medication, and some testing and protection equipment has reached the Palestinians. But the occupation and the siege of Gaza are harsh.

The second is that the situation of the Palestinians has deteriorated with the new political alliance between Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz in Israel.
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Truls Liehttp: /www.moderntimes.review/truls-lie
Editor-in-chief in MODERN TIMES. See previous articles by Lie i Le Monde diplomatique (2003–2013) and Morgenbladet (1993-2003) See also part video work by Lie here.
UtØya / JULY 22: In my opinion, the police could have panickedI transported 24 battered, shock-injured young people to safety on the mainland from Utøya. Several times I led the boat out to this hell on earth. Where were the police?
July 22nd / Generation Utøya (by Aslaug Holm,…)Utøya as a hotbed for budding party affiliation: This generation still cannot be gagged.
July 22nd / The legacy of July 22 (by Tommy Gulliksen)Tommy Gulliksen's second documentary about July 22 shows a vulnerability that is both reflective, wondering and sincerely honest.
Chronicle / The Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority's "recognized" institutionsDo the authorities overlook research in the field of radiation protection? For example, damage from the pulsation of the AMS meters – or damage from weak electromagnetic fields, such as mobile phone radiation?
China / François Jullien's Unexeptional Thought (by Arne de Boever)Via the sinologist François Jullien, Arne de Boever reveals blind spots, dangerous prejudices and decisive differences in mentality in the meeting between East and West.
Handke / My day in another country (by Peter Handke)An eternal relationship of tension between the individual and the community. With age, has Peter Handke gradually given up on rage?
NATO / At NATO's disposal During the NATO exercise Good Heart, the "enemy" were striking workers and named Norwegian organizations.
Freedom / Everyone (by Ferdinand von Schirach)Ferdinand von Schirach will inspire a modernization of the democratic system.
Photobook / To stick together right into the fall of lifeSome photographs in this book are perceived as ruthless, despite the fact that the photography was done among friends.
Oslo Agreement / Oslo (by Bartlett Sher,…)The escalating conflict between Israel and the Palestinians reminds us again that the Oslo agreement in 1993 did not lead to peace. And thus the HBO film Oslo almost feels like naive escapism.
Conversations with the speeds of light. The construction of the digital realm of the dead. (by Ole Sverre Olsen)Zuckerberg presents the visions for the 21st century, you should pay close attention to what is the concrete content of what they present of technology, researched in the laboratories of Silicon Valley.
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