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New York Times distorts reality of Israel’s walls

All the news that’s fit to omit. Isabel Kershner reports Israelis, rather than Palestinians, are “walled in.”

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Gazans turn to their rooftops for sustenance

Scarce space, overpopulation, occupation, closure and poverty cannot tamp down human ingenuity.

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IT disruption panics Gaza’s new Internet entrepreneurs

Generators for phone company held up by Israel, and more disruption could harm online economy.

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My child died before my eyes

Palestinian Authority refuses to allow transfer of patients out of Gaza.

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Why is UN pushing for Gaza’s surrender?

There is no escaping that humanitarian catastrophe is one of Israel’s design.

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A cinematic rejection of Gaza’s isolation

Basma Alsharif's experimental first feature film draws on the tail-biting Ouroboros of Greek mythology.

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Qatar crisis cranks up pressure on besieged Gaza

Palestinians fear severing of Qatari lifeline to isolated territory.

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Video: Break the silence on Gaza with people power

Humanitarian catastrophe is result of Israeli policy, with international collusion.

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Gaza and the failure of the national project

BDS pressure is only “window of hope” for Palestinians in the besieged territory.

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When Haaretz explains Israel’s crimes

Leading “defense analyst” Amos Harel is a stooge to an apartheid state. 

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