Nebula

Articles from Vol. 5, No. 3, September

A One State Solution for the Palestine-Israel Conflict: An Interview with Ali Abunimah
In this interview, Abunimah discusses a 'one-state solution' for all the people of Palestine; Jews, Christians and Muslims A two-state solution, with the land of Palestine divided into the state of Israel and a state for Palestine seems racist and...
Edward Said: Agent Provocateur
And this role [the intellectual's] has an edge to it, and cannot be played without a sense of being someone whose place it is publicly to raise embarrassing questions, to confront orthodoxy and dogma (rather than to produce them) to be someone who...
Foreword
At this journal we have always sought scholarship in aid of the ancient human endeavour of a more equitable world. In this first themed issue of Nebula we bring you the articulations of scholars and intellectuals who have come together with the aim...
In Memory of Edward Said
I have never met Edward Said face to face. Our exchange was through the written words, often only through public written words. Still, he has had a formative role in my life. When I think about Said, I don't just think about the intellectual, the sharp...
Introduction: Countering the Nakba
"Refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbors should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date, and ... compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return and for loss of or...
Outsiders on the Inside
in the remains of the dawn I walk outside of my own body in the remains of the night I hear the footsteps of my own being Mahmoud Darwish Mahmoud Darwish's stanza from the poem " A State of Siege" (1) is part of a call for continued resistance...
Palestinian Art and Possibility: Made in Palestine, an Examination
Palestine is a place burdened with the weight of representation. (2) The majority of images projected by western media outlets are one-sided, showing Israeli defense against so-called Palestinian militants and terrorists. This carefully crafted narrative...
Roadmap to Genocide
Having lived for three years under Israeli military occupation in Palestine (1981-1984), I have been convinced that the daily violence and especially the contempt with which Israelis treat Palestinians meant that Israel intended ultimately to drive...
The One Palestine: Past, Present and Future Perspectives
A clear sense of 'Palestine' as a coherent geo-political unit dates back, according to both the Palestinian and Zionist narratives, to 3000 BC. From that time onward, and for another 1500 years, it was the land of the Canaanites. In around 1500 BC...
The Zionist-Palestinian Conflict: An Alternative Story
I know that history will have its say some day, but it will not be history as written in Brussels, Paris or Washington, it will be our own. Patrice Lumumba The New African. http://www.africasia.com/archive/na/00_02/nacs0201.htm But they are not...