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Emad Moussa

Emad Moussa


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

Despite bombastic declarations by PA officials of an Israeli "surrender" during a meeting between PA chairman Mahmoud Abbas and Israel's defence minister, everyone knows this was only about delaying a larger meltdown to come, writes Emad Moussa.

15 January, 2022

Palestinian journalist Majdoleen Hassouna, winner of this year's RSF Press Freedom Prize, was banned by Israel from leaving the West Bank to collect her award. She's not the first or last to face Israel’s punitive measures, writes Emad Moussa.

04 January, 2022

Whether through terror or by living peacefully in settlements built on Palestinian land, Israeli settlers remain a key dynamic in Israel's colonial plan to displace and replace the native population, writes Emad Moussa.

27 December, 2021

In-depth: Dating back to the fourth century, the Palestinian Christian community is at risk of disappearing in Gaza.

21 December, 2021

34 years since its founding, Hamas' trajectory reflects that of its political rival, Fatah, in many ironic ways, writes Emad Moussa.

13 December, 2021

34 years since the First Intifada erupted, there is a strong nostalgia for the most successful mobilisation in modern Palestinian history, especially as its goals remain unrealised and Palestine is still under colonial control, writes Emad Moussa.

08 December, 2021

In-depth: Israeli President Isaac Herzog's visit to Hebron was decried for legitimising the policies of segregation, dispossession, and settler violence which typify Israel's military occupation.

07 December, 2021

The decision by the Tory-led United Kingdom government to ban Hamas has nothing to do with fighting anti-Semitism, rather it merely seeks to benefit a settler-colonial enterprise, writes Emad Moussa.

22 November, 2021

BDS’ strength is in its ability to adapt, penetrate, and garner support, and it has triggered Israel's greatest fear of a shift in global public opinion regarding the state's history and legitimacy, writes Emad Moussa.

15 November, 2021

Analysis: Palestinians in Israel see the 1956 massacre as a painful event representing both their historic dispossession and the ongoing reality of being a second-class minority.

10 November, 2021