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Samer Jaber


Samer Jaber is a Palestinian analyst and activist.

Analysis: Post-war planning has largely ignored Palestinian political parties, who have their own comprehensive vision for Gaza, and Palestine's, future.

31 January, 2024

Comment: Odeh's prolonged struggle with injustice in US courts after years of Israeli torture and imprisonment strikes a chord with every advocate of human rights, argues Samer Jaber.

01 September, 2015

Comment: The second part of Samer Jaber's study of the people who win big from the continuing fall-out from the Nakba focuses on academia and the Palestinian political leadership.

31 August, 2015

Comment: Who wins in Palestine's status quo? The first part of Samer Jaber's critique studies international organisations and NGOs.

29 June, 2015

Comment: Palestinian civil society groups rely on international funding agencies - but donors often mandate that workers have no history of opposing Israel.

19 May, 2015

Comment: While college life may be known as a bastion of liberalism, leftist thinking isn't always encouraged at the nation's seats of higher learning when it comes to Palestine.

04 May, 2015

Comment: Tight control of Gaza has been paramount in the relationship between Cairo and Tel Aviv, and Sisi's need for US funding is strengthening their friendship, says Samer Jaber.

26 April, 2015