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The world for a long time didn’t quite understand about Libya’s women. Thanks to the awful, negative and unfortunate faces that came out of the February 17 Revolution, many have wondered whether or not we were all victims of some sort or other. In the relative absence of a loud positive media thud, this has worried many.

 

Featuring Yusra Tekbali and History Notes by Ronald Bruce St John

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She was once young, beautiful and the talk of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern promise. But after four decades of enduring abuse, Libya has become an ugly, unhappy and miserable old woman. She can’t even recognize herself and is unable, try as she might, to recall any happy times.

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Attending the Palestine Film Festival 2010 – Part Two

 

In Part One, I briefly introduced the Annual Palestine Film Festival that I was fortunate to attend in London last month, which showcased at the Barbican and the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). Also, I let you know that its current team of directors, writers and producers are still touring the world and scheduled to bring the festival to a close in October in Boston, US and Toronto, Canada. So there is still time to watch the works on the big screen.

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Attending the Palestine Film Festival 2010 – Part One

 

When we address the awesome issue of Palestine and the desperate plight of many of its people held hostage, we are more or less aware of the historical and political details. Over the years, we have seen them fight and struggle with every ounce of their being to defend what’s left of their hope to live without oppression, control and fear which has been imposed on them by a mighty and powerful Israel. 

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