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Dima Hamdan

Dima Hamdan


Dima Hamdan is a Palestinian journalist and filmmaker based in Berlin. She began her career as a correspondent for the Jordan Times in 1997 and then moved to the BBC World Service in London. She reported from Iraq, Palestine, Lebanon and Jordan. She is now the manager of The Marie Colvin Journalists' Network.

MERA25 will be contesting the upcoming European Elections on a radical platform with Israel's 'genocidal' attack on Gaza front and centre.

18 May, 2024

The inside story of how Germany deployed hundreds of police and 'cancelled' the likes of Ghassan Abu Sitta and Yanis Varoufakis for trying to speak for Gaza

16 April, 2024

Germany's support for Israel and fierce anti-Palestinianism have scared many into silence. But Gaza is slowly turning the tide, writes Dima Hamdan.

03 April, 2024

ChatGPT is all the hype these days, but when it comes to Arabic, the chatbot's capabilities are much less impressive. Through a personal interaction, Dima Hamdan reflects on the possibilities and risks of relying on artificial intelligence.

03 October, 2023