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Mays Dagher

I am a Palestinian blogger who is interested in the new technical/social media revolution. I am a citizen media & blogging trainer with AMIN (Arabic Media Internet Network), which hosts a number of Palestinian blogs. My goal is to help Palestinian bloggers’ voices be heard around the world .

My blog on AMIN : http://blog.amin.org/shera3e

My blog on Blogger : http://www.shera3e.blogspot.com/

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Latest posts by Mays Dagher

4 February 2011

Palestine: Anger At Palestine Papers

Al Jazeera’s release of the Palestine Papers, hundreds of documents related to Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, has provoked strong reactions throughout the Palestinian blogosphere. In this post we hear from bloggers in...

12 July 2010

Palestine: Workshops Inspire Bloggers in Gaza and West Bank

Recently the director of Global Voices Advocacy, Sami Ben Gharbia, gave a series of blogging workshops in Gaza and the West Bank. The workshops were organised by the Arabic Media...

1 June 2010

Palestine: “Gaza wanted to greet you as victors”

People throughout the Middle East - and around the world - have been shocked and outraged at the news of the deaths on board the Freedom Flotilla early on Monday....

24 March 2010

Palestine: Anger At Opening Of Hurva Synagogue

Last week the rebuilt Hurva, or Ruin, Synagogue was opened in the old city of Jerusalem, amidst a wave of protests by Palestinians. The opening has been denounced by a...

3 March 2010

Palestine: Outrage At Israeli Announcement About Ibrahimi Mosque

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu recently announced his government’s intention to designate Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem and the Ibrahimi Mosque/Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron, both in the occupied West...

4 February 2010

Palestine: Dissatisfaction With New ADSL Policy By Paltel

A new ADSL internet service from Paltel (the Palestinian Telecommunication Group) has triggered a wave of online demonstrations by internet users in the West Bank and Gaza due to the...

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