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About Mohammed Suliman

Mohammed Suliman is a Palestinian journalist and activist. He currently works at Al Mezan Center for Human Rights in Gaza City and is a regular contributor to Ceasefire. He recently earned a Master's degree in Human Rights at the London School of Economics.

Articles by Mohammed Suliman

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Julian Richards

Julian Richards is managing editor of openDemocracy.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Real justice, not ephemeral ceasefires

Mohammed Suliman's interview on CNN was abruptly interrupted by an Israeli missile exploding nearby. In a piece originally published in Ceasefire, he reflects on the experience and analyses the continuity of violence before and after last week's aerial bombardment.

Gaza War and M23 in the DRC

Associated Press on Gaza, exposed but unbowed

"My Muslim friends here in Gaza also wish me Merry Christmas and come to visit me at Christmas. So what the media says about Arabs and intolerance isn’t true." 

I saw Ramallah protest

Over the past few days, Ramallah has restored my faith in the untiring free spirit of the people of Palestine. It has given me hope.

My friend has a story

This isn’t my story. But it could have been, and it can be the story of any young Palestinian living in this small besieged part of the world.

Observing the Arab uprisings

Supporting al-Assad’s regime and calling the Syrian uprising an American plot is an irresponsible position, since similar accusations are already made to discredit the uprising in Bahrain and justify the crackdown on the Bahraini protesters.

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