Abdalhadi Alijla is a Palestinian-Swedish social and political scientist. He is Max Weber Stiftung’s Post-doctoral fellow at the Orient Institute in Beirut (OIB). He is the Co-Leader of Global Migration and Human Rights at Global Young Academy. He is a co-founder of Palestine Young Academy in 2020. He is an Associate Researcher, and the Regional Manager of Varieties of Democracy Institute (Gothenburg University) for Gulf countries.
Published in: North Africa, West Asia: OpinionThe killing of Nizar Banat and authoritarianism in Palestine
For many in Palestine, the death of an activist in police custody highights that the dream of a Palestinian state has failed
Why do Arabs trust the military?
Why do so many people in Arab countries trust armed forces, even though most armies in the region are highly corrupt?
A Palestinian house with many struggles
The struggle of Palestinians takes different forms, between living under the Palestinian Authority or the de-facto...
The Palestinians in Gaza: fighting for life, struggling for rights
Stuck between the hammer of the Israeli apartheid and the anvil of Palestinian political parties, the youth in Gaza...
The melancholy of the Palestinians: a heritage destroyed
Gaza's historical sites are under threat of destruction, but courageous young Gazan activists, archaeologists and...
Gaza: a city no one wants
The Gazans have been abandoned and left in the hands of Hamas to do with them as they please. This policy is...