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Listen: Rafeef Ziadah on why “it’s difficult to separate politics from poetry”

Ziadah’s new poetry album draws on the connection between activism and art.

 

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The suffocating lionesses of Gaza

Gaza-born twins’ debut feature film has an almost entirely female cast.

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Thwarted hopes on Gaza’s border with Egypt

Egypt has kept the Rafah crossing almost hermetically sealed in 2015.

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Are toxins from Israeli bombs making Gaza babies ill?

Palestinian couple have lost a baby after each of Israel's recent wars.

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Israeli restrictions destroying Gaza’s furniture industry

Israel bans import of wood, carpentry tools and paint.

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Why has UN rebuilt just one house in Gaza?

UN must publish secret agreement with Israel on Gaza reconstruction, Palestinians say.

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Pregnant Gaza woman blocked from joining husband in Australia

The Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt has been shut since October 2014.

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Gaza child unable to walk because of Israeli bullet

Ammunition used by the Israeli military has left a hole in a fourteen-year-old’s spine.

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From A Palestinian Politician Perspective inside Israel

You may have heard these a few hundred times when discussing Palestine and Israel. “There are Arabs in the Knesset, how do you explain that if it isn’t a democracy?” “Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East”. But if different laws exist based upon race, religion or ethnicity then clearly it is not a democracy. Awad Abdel Fattah ...

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In photos: “Parkour is my oxygen”

Gaza youth find release from siege in urban gymnastic sport.

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