Blog About Palestine Day 2009

***UPDATE #1:*** A Facebook event for this initiative has been created. Please join the event and pass the message on to your friends (more info here).

***UPDATE #2:*** Topic Suggestions and a preliminary list of participating bloggers has been published here.

***UPDATE #3:*** A sample harvest list of blog posts contributed to this event has been published here.

Dear all,

It is my pleasure to invite you to this year’s second annual Blog About Palestine Day. Thanks to your efforts, last year’s event was a huge success with more than 70 articles published in at least 4 languages. I am confident that with your continued contribution and the contribution of new bloggers, this year’s event will turn out to be an even bigger success.

May 15th of this year is the 61st anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba –which marked the beginning of the modern age Palestinian plight and suffering. This date is remembered annually on local, regional, and global levels.

I am certain that many in the blogosphere will dedicate some posts to commemorate this tragic event. However, inspired by last year’s success, I would like to start a formal initiative to encourage everybody to dedicate one post on Friday, May 15th, to talk about Palestine or the Palestinian Experience.

There are no restrictions on what you can write, or the language that you can use. Really, anything that talks about Palestine, or the Palestinians; in the past, present, or future; political, social, economical, or any other aspect is welcomed. The goal of this event will be to share thoughts, and raise awareness about the Palestinian situation. Hopefully, with everyone’s support, this will be such a spectacular event that it will catch the eye of the mainstream media (specially that the Palestinian situation is inadequately and incorrectly represented in most of the western media outlets).

Blog About Palestine Day


  • Do I have to be Palestinian / Arab to participate ?
    No, everybody is welcomed to join in on this effort.
  • Does it have to represent the Palestinian point of view (or be a positive article) ?
    No, you are free, and encouraged, to write whatever you want.
  • Does it have to be about the Nakba precisely ?
    No, you can talk about the history of the Palestinian plight, current internal and external affairs, or outlooks for possible future resolutions to this conflict and how do you think can we achieve and maintain peace.
  • Does it have to be a political article ?
    No, you are free to talk about any aspect of the Palestinian life inside and outside Palestine. You are free to talk about whatever you want.

I would appreciate it if you could help me spread the word about this event. For your convenience, i have created some simple counters and web buttons for this event. You can find their code below:

Thank you in advance for your help and support.

**NOTE:** Blogs *hosted* on (and possibly other engines) might face some trouble embedding JavaScript code as is done above. If this is the case for you, you can use the following web buttons below:

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  1. [BAPD] Blog about Palestine 2009 « Sparkle - pingback on May 22, 2009 at 12:43 am
  2. go palestine go go go

  3. assalamualaikum

    go palestine.palestine we care

  4. With Passion...: tweet tweet? - pingback on October 16, 2009 at 5:26 am
  5. for those who said( palestine never existed !) we say izrael was never existed ,now not existing and would never exist ! ( the future is for 0ne palestenian democratic state for all palestenians no matterif they are jews ,muslims or christeans ) but no place for zionizim ,for zionists wesay got your staff and leave ! or quit zionizim!


  7. فلسطين ! - pingback on September 14, 2010 at 4:05 am
  8. Hope you and all Palestinians continue to fight your right.
    I do not like to mention this but perhaps this is the reality to all Palestinians. If you only fight in your own land, Israel has nothing to lose. They will just laugh. If they run out of military ammunition, “America the Israelis Supporter” will deliver it to them. If any of their trooper dead, they will always be able to send more new troops, well trained in America. If Israel lacks of money, America will always help, giving them as much as they want. Do all Palestinians see these? It seems to be no end. If you want to kill a snake, strike his head. If you want to remove gangs, make sure the activity center was destroyed. And that is not located in or near your beloved area. It will make them understand and comprehend what it is suffering and the fear that you and your kids have felt for almost 70 years!

    – Mr Think –

  9. Palestine is a very sensitive issue, but one that’s important and needs to be discussed.

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