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Palestine in Motion

By Quanita Diaz – 08 March 2015 With nearly 35000 race entries, a colourful river of cyclists filled the streets to start the 38th Cape Town Cycle Tour 2015. Many cyclists sported corporate-sponsored attire whereas other cyclists were kitted out in charitable organisation attire or awareness raising attire. Kwadukuza Cycling Club hails from Stanga, KwaZulu-Natal. Clothed in Free Palestine attire were ...

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9,500 Palestinians still living in Gaza UN schools

“I cannot even describe how miserable our life is,” says farmer who lost everything.

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One in five of Gaza’s herders ceases farming amid Israel’s attacks, siege

The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that 10,000 sheep and goats died between 2010 and 2014.

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Listen: Eleven-year-old Gaza boy performs Palestine’s anthem

Firas al-Shirafi was admitted to the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music when he was five.

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Listen: Eleven-year-old Gaza musician plays qanun

Firas al-Shirafi was admitted to the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music when he was five.

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I was “part of a terror organization,” says Israeli pilot turned activist

Israel’s policy of “targeted assassinations” prompted Yonatan Shapira to ask why he was serving in its military.

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“We’re being stripped of our dignity”: Gaza workers not paid for seven months

Why is Mahmoud Abbas making trips to Paris when his own people are struggling to cope?

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Gaza struggles to cope with siege and storms

People in Gaza have only six hours of electricity per day.

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Why Israel will never control Palestinian minds

A new book describes how Israel tries — and fails — to quell resistance.

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Gaza struggles with lack of shelter caused by two Israeli wars

The summer attack has added to the unresolved crisis caused by “Operation Cast Lead” six years ago.

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