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Mohammed el-Kurd becomes the Palestine Correspondent for The Nation

CM 16/09/2021


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The American journal, The Nation, announced that it had taken on Mohammed el-Kurd as its new “Palestine correspondent” in a tweet on Tuesday.

Mohammed el-Kurd and his twin sister Muna are Palestinian activists from Sheikh Jarrah. The two were arrested in June on suspicion of “participating in disturbing the peace and in riots” and were released a few hours later.
One of Mohammed’s platforms for activism is Twitter, where the truth of his controversial tweets have often been disputed.
Last week, when six terrorists escaped from Gilboa prison, Mohammed rejoiced on Twitter, calling the terrorists political prisoners and calling for the abolishment of prisons. Later, when two were recaught, he called the terrorists “freedom fighters” and their capture a “heartbreaking development”
El-Kurd has also expressed anti-US sentiments, calling the US military a “murderous terrorist organization” and US President Joe Biden a “successful was criminal.” In a separate tweet, Mohammed expressed his hope that US troops’ “PTSD never heal”.

Israeli police officer arrests a man. (credit: ISRAEL POLICE)Israeli police officer arrests a man. (credit: ISRAEL POLICE)

Mohammed’s activism earned him a spot on Time’s 100 most influential people list alongside his sister Muna. He is joined on the list by others such as US President Joe Biden, former president Donald Trump and Israel’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennett.

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