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Qassam Muaddi

Qassam Muaddi


Qassam Muaddi is TNA's correspondent in the West Bank. He is a Palestinian journalist and writer who has covered Palestinian social, political and cultural developments in Arabic, French and English since 2014. He was member of the editorial team of the Palestinian online and print monthly 'Etijah' until  2019, and wrote analysis articles for several French publications as well as Op-Eds and literary texts for several Palestinian media outlets. He co-published two books in French 'Terre Sainte, Guerre Sainte?' and  'Taybeh: Dernier village Chrétien de Palestine'. In 2021, he started the '7ara 36' blog in Arabic, featuring human stories from Palestine.


Areas of focus: Palestinian history, literature, art, politics, photography


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"My husband stopped the car and I got away for cover, while my husband was bleeding with my son in his lap," said the child's mother.

06 June, 2023

"My father has spent 13 years in prison, eight of which were administrative detentions, without charges," said Guevara Taha, the 19-year-old daughter of a Palestinian administrative detainee. "I grew up barely knowing my father."

06 June, 2023

Pradalié's visit came a few days after the Palestinian journalists' syndicate elected a new board of directors, amidst contestation of the elections legitimacy by hundreds of journalists.

31 May, 2023

Israel removes Waleed Daqqa from intensive care unit at hospital to prison despite health concerns.

25 May, 2023

In an exclusive interview, Palestinian-French human rights lawyer Salah Hammouri speaks to The New Arab about his life in forced exile, the conditions of his new activism, and his perspectives on Palestine's future.

23 May, 2023

Hundreds of Israeli forces took part in the raid on the Balata refugee camp in Nablus on Monday.

22 May, 2023

"1948 was not the year of the Nakba, but the year of the start of the Nakba, which we continue to live in today," said a resident of Masafer Yatta.

17 May, 2023

"He was too young, just like the other two young men who were killed with him," said Habash. "This is the occupation, there’s nothing we can do about it."

17 May, 2023

The public teachers' movement has been described as the largest Palestinian social movement in recent years.

10 May, 2023

"It was during the occupation's withdrawal that most of the injuries happened, all of them civilians, including a 14-year-old school boy who was hit in the chest," said a resident.

09 May, 2023