This article describes the newspaper named Al-Quds, for other uses of the term see Al-Quds (disambiguation)
Al-Quds ( Arabic: القدس) is a Palestinian Arabic language daily newspaper, based in Jerusalem. It is published in broadsheet format. It is the largest circulation daily newspaper in the Palestinian territories. It was founded in 1951 by Mahmoud Abu-Zalaf, who served as its [1 ] editor-in-chief until his death in 2005. It is currently edited by his son, Walid Abu-Zalaf.
Al-Quds is the most widely read Palestinian daily. In addition to paper circulation, the newspaper publishes its content online in [2 ] PDF and HTML format. On 17 December 2008, the newspaper's website began publishing content in Persian.
Controversies [ edit ]
In the edition of 30 November 1997, the newspaper claimed that
The Protocols of the Elders of Zion were a fact. On the other hand, it went against the traditional Palestinian boycott of Israeli elections in east Jerusalem by publishing full page ads and endorsing mayoral candidate [3 ] Arcadi Gaydamak. [4 ]
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