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Emad Moussa

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Dr Emad Moussa is a researcher and writer who specialises in the politics and political psychology of Palestine/Israel.

Analysis: The discovery of natural gas in Gaza once promised economic and energy independence. But as with every other aspect of Palestine's development, its potential was shackled by Israeli restraints.

26 May, 2021

Opinion: Recent Israeli aggression has resulted in a wave of national bonding that has united a fragmented Palestinian people, writes Emad Moussa.

24 May, 2021

Analysis: Palestinian political renewal is crucial to creating a unified national strategy to face Israel's occupation. Cancelling the elections effectively means maintaining the status quo.

20 May, 2021

Comment: As long as Israel continues to occupy and oppress Palestinians, the memory of the Nakba will continue to regenerate and re-emphasise itself, writes Emad Moussa.

14 May, 2021

Comment: Without the EU or any kind of substantial opposition, Tory pro-Israel policy has been allowed to run wild, and it's the Palestinians who will pay, writes Emad Moussa.

24 April, 2021

In-depth: Deeply intertwined with the history of the Palestinian struggle, the UN agency has faced defunding and political delegitimisation in a bid to deprive refugees of their rights.

20 April, 2021

Comment: With Barghouti and thousands of other Palestinians behind bars, imprisonment has become a defining part of the Palestinian national consciousness, writes Emad Moussa.

15 April, 2021

Analysis: When elected to the Knesset two years ago, few Israelis knew who Mansour Abbas was. Now the Islamist leader could shape the fate of Israeli politics.

08 April, 2021

Comment: After 45 years of historic dispossession, Palestinians are facing intensified Israeli efforts to cleanse them from their lands, writes Emad Moussa.

29 March, 2021

Comment: Palestinians in the diaspora are a significant intellectual and economic force that aids the Palestinian cause. We should be allowed to vote in the upcoming elections, writes Imad Moussa.

24 March, 2021