"BITI PALESTINAC ZNAČI BORITI SE PROTIV NEPRAVDE BILO GDJE U SVIJETU"
TO BE A PALESTINIAN MEANS TO STAND UP AGAINST INJUSTICE THAT IS DONE ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences
Published by: Rijaset Islamske zajednice u Bosni i Hercegovini
Summary/Abstract: Mr. Yasir Suleiman, Professor of Modern Arabic Studies at the University of Cambridge, talks about Palestine, the Palestine issue and its future. He is of the opinion that the only possible solution is the existence of a state within the territory of Palestine, provided that the demography is not a key element of constituting that new state. Professor Suleiman also relates his experience of being a Palestinian away from his land, about pros and cons of life in exile, struggle against the apartheid, and making it clear that the Palestine issue is primarily a moral attitude issue. Professor Yasir Suleiman, a man who wakes up to every new day with a hope of hearing the news of free Palestine, is more “ camping” than living a life. Meanwhile, he is making an extensive research in the field of Arabic grammar, Middle East studies, modern language and literature, conflicts, culture and identity, in effort to show how a language form can often tell more than the very content that the same language relates.
- Issue Year: 2011
- Issue No: 45
- Page Range: 132-136
- Page Count: 5
- Language: Bosnian