The unsettling issue of Palestine


Mustafa K. Anuar

A Palestinian woman sits among the rubble in the destroyed Al-Ramal neighbourhood following an Israeli air strike on Gaza City, on October 10, 2023. More than 3,000 people, including 1,500 militants from Hamas, have been killed and thousands injured in Gaza and Israel since the October 7 attack carried out by Hamas. – EPA pic, October 11, 2023.

Commentary by Mustafa K. Anuar

THE united stand taken by our lawmakers from both sides of the divide in parliament to support Palestinians’ legitimate and long struggle for self-determination and justice is in the right direction.


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  • So the killings by Hamas are justified? Hamas is the voice of the Palestinians now and not Fatah? So Hamas is right to wipe Israel off the map? How can the two state solution work when one party wants to destroy the other and claim all the land for Palestine? The Palestinians were wrong to reject the UN partition plan in 1947. This problem would not have festered for so long if not for this rejection. Stop equating all Jews with Zionism. Its like calling all Muslims terrorists.

    Posted 4 months ago by Gerard Lourdesamy