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HuskMitNavn inspirerer palæstinensiske graffitimalere

maj 14, 2012

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Bustur med HuskMitNavn og palæstinensiske gadekunstnere, April 2012, et billedsæt fra Flickr. Danske graffitimaler og gadekunstner, HuskMitNavn var en tur på Vestbredden for at tagge palæstinensiske mure i stedet for danske. Inviteret af Det Danske Hus i Palæstina (DHIP) blev besøget brugt som en anledning for palæstinensiske gadekunstnere til at lade sig inspirere af den […]

‘Loven på disse kanter’

februar 26, 2012

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Jeg trodsede i går molotowcocktails og israelske kampberedte soldater for at komme i biografen. Det lyder umiddelbart lidt fjollet – og jeg må indrømme, at det heller ikke var en del af planen at havne i et opgør mellem oprørte palæstinensiske teenagere og de israelske soldater ved Qalandia – men det var besværet værd. I […]

Contemporary dance takes Ramallah by storm

maj 21, 2011

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First published by Palestine Monitor In a trippy mix of flashing lights and shadows, rhythmic drums and sudden stillness, the UK Akram Khan Company enveloped the audience at the Ramallah Cultural Palace into a world that defied gravity and stimulated the senses, as they presented the dance performance, “Vertical Road.” “This year’s festival was a […]

Palestinian Festival Of Literature Outro: Poems, Flames, Tears And Rap

april 21, 2011

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Violence erupted in Silwan last night, interrupting but not stopping the final day of the Palestine Festival of Literature. First published by Palestine Monitor (as photo story with pictures by Lazar Simeonov) Reportedly started by an Israeli shooting a young man’s face, the streets of tumultous Silwan rose up in rock-throwing protest. The road to and […]

Ready. Aim. Inspire

april 18, 2011

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I went to the TEDxRamallah this Saturday not knowing what to expect. And when I went home almost 12 hours later I barely knew what had hit me. One speaker after the other blew me away with messages of hope for a better future for Palestine. None of the messages were of hate or agression […]