SEATTLE / PARIS / GAZA – In keeping with its continued efforts to improve on and expand its expertise and information coverage, and as one of the world’s leading online newspapers on Palestine in the English language, the Palestine Chronicle is pleased to announce the launch of its sister publication: Chronique de Palestine.
This bold and exciting venture, The Palestine Chronicle French, can be accessed via its unique web address: http://chroniquepalestine.com.
The Palestine Chronicle has served the international community as a 501(c)3 non-profit organisation for over 15 years. During this time is has ceaselessly endeavored to educate the general public regarding the plight of Palestinians under Israeli occupation and siege.
The Palestine Chronicle is a forum that strives to highlight issues of relevance to human rights, national struggles, freedom and democracy in the form of daily news, commentary, articles, features, book reviews, photos, art, and so much more – on Palestine.
Palestine Chronicle Editor-in-Chief, Ramzy Baroud, said, “This is a huge step for Palestinian media. For over 15 years, we worked tirelessly to provide an alternative narrative on the Palestinian cause. We succeeded in doing so beyond our expectations, and now we are ready to take on yet another challenge with the hope of doubling the impact of our message.”
Chronique de Palestine editor, Claude Zurbach, brings to the Chronicle years of experience in editing and translation. His expertise are numerous, along with being the founder and Editor of Info-Palestine, one of the largest French media platforms on Palestine.
“Info-Palestine was created in December 2006 by a team of volunteers engaged in various solidarity organizations. Its goal was to provide the French public with relevant and useful information in support of the Palestinian cause, while giving greater prominence to the Palestinian narrative,” Zurbach said.
“The integration between our projects – the launch of Chronique de Palestine and the Palestine Chronicle, is an important step in ensuring the quality and pertinence of information and analysis provided to the French-speaking public,” he added.
“Starting today, Info-Palestine has become ‘Chronique de Palestine’.