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- Terror as an Object of Science (6 pp)
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Anis Online is a journalistic art website in German, English, French and Arabic with about 1500 pages. It contains music, poetry and prose, essays, children's stories, satires, interviews, media reviews, Palestiniana, Orient Online, drawings, a Beatles page, and a lot more.



Eleven Years of Anis Online

"Kings We Are, with Wings of Dust. Memories of the Shalom Salam Tour (2004)" (123 pp)

The Free Gaza Art Festival (2008)

Video Art: Sabine Yacoub's "Meer der Kraniche" (YouTube, Music by Anis)

 
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Alice Miller in Gaza (Article)

Giant picture brochure "Little Green Men", 8 x DIN A5

Anis' Giant Pictures in a Doctor's Practise (Commented Photos)

Drawing TRAFFIC

Catfish Cantos V: The Garden where Stories End (Published on dissidentvoice.org with Video)

Object "Snails on Sticks"

Flea Cartoons: The Third Book

Dialog THE BOYS: FRANKLIN

"Maybe There Are No Women Anymore": Excerpt from "Understanding Islam. A Practical Handbook" (2013)

Origami Video

Update: Flyer Anis Online Shop (PDF)

All Postcard Motifs

Nonviolence Monochrome: Sechs Portraits

Translation of the interview "Between Manic and Shamanic" on "Das Neue Rheingold" Blog (April 28)

On The Bridge (Poem)

Photos 1 2 3 4 5

Anis' Fasting Diary (March-May 2012)

Calamus. Detective in 14th Century Cairo

Sabine's World (Cartoons)

English Summary of audio play "Die Dichter" (The Poets), a medieval poetry slam at the court of Baghdad



Also on Anis Online ...

Books! Giant drawing +++ "Just a Word". Interview with Poet Mhara Costello +++ Portraits by Sabine Matthes (Celebrity photos) +++ Review "Elvis vs. Spankox Re: Versions" +++ A German Palestinian Identity. Anis Hamadeh, speech script, University of Leipzig 2005 (pdf, 8 pp) +++ Interview with Yahav Zohar, Senior Guide for Green Olive Tours +++ Anis Online has tested the new ultrasonic micro teeth cleaning method +++ an Elvis Page +++ Hamburg's Reeperbahn by Night, Around 1966. Review of Graham Sclater's beat novel "Ticket to Ride" +++ Artie Fishel and the Promised Band: Review of Gilad Atzmon's CD +++ Make Peace with the Arab Neighbors. Review of "Israel's Irrweg. A Jewish Point of View" (in German) by Rolf Verleger +++ Five Days in Iraq. Jürgen Todenhoefer's Book "Why do you kill, Zaid?" +++ Interview with the musician Ofer Golany from Jerusalem +++ Review Kai Wiedenhöfer: Wall +++ Summary of study on the Reproach of anti-Semitism +++ "Sharing the Land of Canaan" Study by Mazin B. Qumsiyeh, reviewed by Anis Hamadeh in June 2005 +++ Interview with Mazin on Lebanon, Israel, Palestine +++ Book review by Ludwig Watzal: Jonathan Cook, Blood and Religion +++ a published article about the concept of science in early Islam +++ Chess Interviews 1, 2, 3, 4 +++ Interview about Nonkilling with Professor Glenn D. Paige +++ Canada: Proposal for a Federal Department of Peace. Interview with Dr. Bill Bhaneja, University of Ottawa +++ Interview with David Zonshein: The Courage to Refuse by Andrea Bistrich (March 22), +++ an Elvis Presley Page +++ and on Orient Online: The Music of Doc Jazz +++ then there is Latuff's Room +++ Alaa's Room +++ and also Sabine's Room +++ the story of how the album "Anis Electric" was composed and recorded in a single day.





"The path of nonviolence is the path into the public."
(THE BOOK OF GAMES)






Calamus

City Views:

Liverpool

Palestine

Istanbul

Hawaii

Vienna

Cologne

Wiesbaden

Mainz



LUQA THE TRAVELER

(...) They call me Luqa. Since all times. The Traveler from
the Nile.

I want to show you
the worlds of yesterday
and of tomorrow.
A thousand loving hearts, writhing
on the ocean ground,
didn't dare to
breathe. Others
who did it. Right in the street.

< the whole piece > 

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