There is a phrase uttered by Palestinians every day: “next year in Al-Quds (Jerusalem).” But, all of Palestine’s enemies (israel and their savage supporters) seem to be keen on one idea: “we’ll kill you all by then!” Such Savages! Israel reports that the shooting and killing of 100 Palestinian protesters was unavoidable because they couldn’t […] […]
Around 300 Jewish (ISIS-Like terrorists) settlers stormed into Al-Aqsa Mosque this past Sunday, May 19, 2018 taking advantage of “Jewish holidays”, amid tight security measures and Palestinian rejection. The wave of intruders provoked worshipers during the holy month of Ramadan, and almost led to clashes. Militant Settlers have responded to calls by extremi […]
The Demographic History of Palestine At the beginning of WWI (1914), the Jewish population in Palestine was 38,754 (5% of all population) of which 12,332 were Ottoman subjects and the rest were new European immigrants. By the end of the British Mandate (1920-1948), which was supposed to bring independence and freedom to the […]
Women on the front line in the deadly “no-man’s land” of Gaza’s “buffer zone” source “Then the Israeli snipers called me on the speaker, saying, ‘You, the woman with the keffieh, if you approach the fence again we will shoot you in the head’. In the deadly no-man’s land of Gaza’s buffer zone, a small […]
Humanitarianism is an informal ideology of practice, whereby people practice humane treatment and provide assistance to others; it is the doctrine that people's duty is to promote human welfare.
Humanitarianism is based on a view that all human beings deserve respect and dignity and should be treated as such. Therefore, humanitarians work towards advancing the well-being of humanity as a whole. It is the antithesis of the "us vs. them" mentality that characterizes tribalism and ethnic nationalism. Humanitarians abhor slavery, violation of basic and human rights, and discrimination on the basis of features such as colour of skin, religion, ancestry, place of birth, etc. Humanitarianism drives people to save lives, alleviate suffering and promote human dignity in the middle of man-made or natural disasters. Humanitarianism is embraced by movements and people across the political spectrum. The informal ideology can be summed up by a quote from Albert Schweitzer: "Humanitarianism consists in never sacrificing a human being to a purpose."