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Why Israel can’t defeat a Palestinian poet

Dareen Tatour remains under curfew, even though the terms of her house arrest have been eased.

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Mohammad Sabaaneh’s dangerous cartoons

Artist has been targeted by both Israel and the Palestinian Authority.

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Israel expels reporter from leading Dutch newspaper

Refusal to renew visa of NRC’s Handelsblad’s Derk Walters comes after months of harassment.

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Australia bars visit by Palestinian prisoner of conscience

Public “may react adversely” to views of Bassem Tamimi, immigration department claims.

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A guide to surviving Canary Mission

How to respond to Zionist attacks, both as individual activists and communities.

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Israel threatens to expel reporter who asked apartheid question

Antony Loewenstein targeted after smear campaign by pro-Israel group.

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Israel among world’s worst jailers of journalists

Palestinian reporters imprisoned for live reporting on Israeli raids, playing songs.

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Watch: What is the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act?

Charlotte Silver tells The Real News about latest efforts to shut down campus activism for Palestine.

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200 legal scholars back right to boycott Israel

Palestinians say landmark statement will help protect activists against repression.

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Pressure grows on Facebook over censorship

Social media giant to meet with organizers over deactivation of Palestinian journalists’ and Black activists’ accounts.

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