New Published Article: Tomorrow (This Week in Palestine)

Publication: This Week in Palestine (July 2012 Edition –

This Week in Palestine – July 2012 Edition Cover

Abstract From Publishers:“Despite All” is July’s theme and the edition contains a mix of serious and less serious articles. Some of our regular contributors, such as Ali Qleibo and Riyam Kafri Abu Laban were kind enough to send great piece, while we’ve managed to engage new very talented writers such as Tala Abu Rahme and other experts in their own fields such as Khaldun Bshara, in addition to artists like Nabil Darwish who shared an uplifting blog and finally people who simply like to write and share their stories. This Week in Palestine remains an open forum for all to contribute and we actually feel this mix adds value to the magazine.”

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This Week in Palestine – July 2012 Edition – Page 32

About Nabil Darwish [ ndproductions::digital imaging:: ]

a Marketing Communications / Branding Specialist, a Certified Adobe Partner/Designer, and arts photographer. Along with extensive working experience in the field of Project/Program Management and Coordination, and Marketing Communications, ND also has a Masters of Science in Hospitality Management, a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, both specialising, (from the UK), in Strategic Marketing Communications and Development. Not to also forget, one of only 4 Adobe Service Providers in the country, (Adobe Designer), and Corel Approved Service Bureau Associate (Corel Designer). View all posts by Nabil Darwish [ ndproductions::digital imaging:: ]

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